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    • Sports halls of fame

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    • BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards

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    • College sports trophies and awards in the United States

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    • ESPY Awards

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    • Professional Inline Hockey Association trophies and awards


    • Laureus World Sports Awards

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    • Medal tables

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    • Most valuable player awards

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    • Olympic medals

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    • Sports awards honoring women

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    • Team of the century

    • In team sport, team of the century and team of the decade are hypothetical best teams over a given time period. For the century team, it can be either 100 years, or for a century (always the 20th). Similarly the team of the decade can be for 10 years or a decade (for example the 1980s). Teams of the decade and century ... Read »


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    • AE-COPSD Sports badge

    • AE-COPSD Sports badge

      The AE-COPSD Sport badge (French, Brevet Sportif des Polices Européennes (B.S.P.E.); English, "European Police Sports Badge") is a decoration awarded by the European association of the Bodies and Public Organisms of Security and of Defense (French, Association Européenne des Membres de Corps et Organismes Publics ... Read »


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    • List of America's Cup challengers and defenders


    • America's Polo Cup


    • Amsterdam Sportsman of the year

    • The Amsterdam Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year is an annual award given to sportspeople associated with Amsterdam (through birth or otherwise), organised since 1999 by the city's division for elite sport named Topsport Amsterdam in cooperation with the city council. Awards are also given for the "Coach of the Year ... Read »


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    • APBA Gold Cup

    • APBA Gold Cup

      APBA Gold Cup is the premier hydroplane boat race in the United States, which is sanctioned by the American Power Boat Association and run as part of the H1 Unlimited season. The race has been contested annually since 1904, and, up until 1990, rotated regularly between locations. The Gold Cup is the oldest active ... Read »


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    • Asian Sportsman of the year

    • The Asian Sports Award (ASA) is a recognition programme conceived by Stropt and Sports Limited (HK) in collaboration with the Asian Sports Press Union (ASPU). Its aim is to honour, champion and promote the world-class sports heroes of Asia. They named Liu Xiang and Nicol Ann David as the recipients of the inaugural Asi ... Read »


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    • Associated Press Athlete of the Year

    • The first Athlete of the Year award in the United States was initiated by the Associated Press (AP) in 1931. At a time when women in sports were not given the same recognition as men, the AP offered a male and a female athlete of the year award to either a professional or amateur athlete. The awards are voted on annual ... Read »


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    • Athlete of the Year

    • Athlete of the Year is an award given by various sports organizations for the athlete whom they have determined to be deserving of such recognition. The awards are also sometimes called player of the year, most valuable player (MVP), sportsperson (sportsman or sportswoman) of the year, or Mr./Ms. X sport. For exam ... Read »


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    • Austrian Sports Badge

    • Austrian Sports Badge

      The Austrian Sports Badge (German: Das Österreichische Sport- und Turnabzeichen, ÖSTA) is a decoration presented for physical fitness by the Republic of Austria. The Austrian Sports Badge was created in 1920 as a sports badge, similar to other sports badges offered by Germany or Sweden. The decoration is awa ... Read »


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    • BBC Sports Personality of the Year

    • BBC Sports Personality of the Year

      The BBC Sports Personality of the Year is an awards ceremony that takes place annually in December. Devised by Paul Fox in 1954, it originally consisted of just one, the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award. Several new awards have been introduced, and currently eight awards are presented. The first awards to be ad ... Read »


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    • Billabong XXL

    • The Billabong XXL is a global big wave award. This event gathers big wave surfers from all around the world in a one contest. Every year, surfers ride big waves for prizes, for example; Pacifico Paddle, Biggest Wave, Pacifico Tube, Performance Champion (women's and men's), Ride of the Year. ... Read »


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    • Blue (university sport)

    • A blue is an award earned by athletes at a university and some schools for competition at the highest level. The awarding of blues began at Oxford and Cambridge universities in England. It is awarded at British, Australian and New Zealand universities. The first sporting contest between the universities of Oxford ... Read »


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    • Blue Darter Trophy

    • The Blue Darter Trophy is awarded annually to young persons playing in the Lee's Summit Baseball Association and Lee's Summit Girls Softball Association. It is not awarded to baseball and softball players based on skill or athletic ability, but on the basis of their sportsmanship, "hustle," and having a positive attit ... Read »


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    • Boston Teapot Trophy

    • The Boston Teapot Trophy is an international award given to the sail training vessel that covers the greatest distance within a 124-hour period. ... Read »


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    • Bruce-Mahoney Trophy

    • The Bruce-Mahoney Trophy is a trophy awarded annually to the winner of an annual sports competition series between Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory and St. Ignatius College Preparatory in San Francisco, California. The two Catholic high schools are longtime cross-town rivals. The trophy was inaugurated in 1947 and is ... Read »


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    • Coupe Deutsch de la Meurthe

    • The Coupe Deutsch de la Meurthe was an international aeronautical speed competition instituted on 25 August 1909 by the French oil magnate Henry Deutsch de la Meurthe. The race was reinstated three times through the years at the initiative of the Aéro-Club de France, and later by Deutsch de la Meurthe's widow Suzann ... Read »


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    • David Dixon Award

    • David Dixon Award is a four-yearly award given to the outstanding athlete of each Commonwealth Games, based on their performance at the event, fair play, and overall contribution to their team's participation at the Commonwealth Games. The award was introduced in the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester and is named ... Read »


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    • Defensive Player of the Year Award

    • Defensive Player of the Year is the name of an award given in sports for outstanding defensive play by a single player over the course of a season. Many sports leagues award this type of award. A listing of the league awards for Defensive Player of the Year is included below: American football: Basketball: ... Read »


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    • Dyson Award

    • The Mussabini Medal was a sports award recognising the coaches of British sports people and teams, named after Sam Mussabini. Mussabini, who died in 1927, is considered to be the first professional (paid) coach in sport, breaking the occupation's amateur (voluntary) public school roots. Introduced in 1998, it was award ... Read »


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    • Egebergs Ærespris


    • Elcho Shield

    • The Elcho Shield is an annual match rifle competition between national teams of eight from England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales. The trophy holder is able to choose the venue of the competition, however, since the NRA's move to Surrey from Wimbledon in the 19th century, the competition has been held at Bisley Ranges, ... Read »


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    • ESports Award

    • The eSports Award was an annual award ceremony held since 2004 by Turtle Entertainment in which individuals, teams and organisations are recognized in several categories for their contribution or achievements to or in the field of competitive gaming. The awards have not been given since 2009, but the remaining Journali ... Read »


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    • ESPY Award

    • ESPY Award

      An ESPY Award (short for Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly Award) is an accolade currently presented by the American broadcast television network ABC, and previously ESPN, to recognize individual and team athletic achievement and other sports-related performance during the calendar year preceding a given annual c ... Read »


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    • European Police Achievement Badge

    • European Police Achievement Badge

      The European Police Achievement Badge (German: Europäisches Polizei Leistungsabzeichen (EPLA)) (French: Brevet Sportif du Policier Européen) is a decoration offered by the European Police Sports Association (Union Sportive des Polices d'Europe, USPE). It is awarded for proficiency in marksmanship, swimming, and r ... Read »


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    • FIH All-Star Teams

    • The FIH All-Star Teams are a group of selected players and coaches chosen every year after the recommendations and opinions of field hockey players, officials, coaches and journalists. These players are considered to have given their best during the year in every competition and contributed in some way to improve the s ... Read »


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    • FIH Player of the Year Awards

    • The FIH Player of the Year Awards are awarded annually by the International Hockey Federation to the male and female field hockey players adjudged to be the best in the world. The awards were established in 1998 and have been awarded annually ever since. In 2001 the FIH Young Player of the Year award was created, to be ... Read »


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    • Fingal Memorial Shield

    • The Fingal Memorial Shield is a trophy in the sport of shinty. It is currently the trophy presented to the winners of the St Andrew's Sixes, an international six-a-side tournament. The shield was presented in memory of Hugh MacCorquodale, (1866-1937) who wrote for the Oban Times, under the nom-de-plume, Fingal.[1] The ... Read »


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    • Flandrien of the Year

    • The Flandrien of the Year (Dutch: Flandrien-Trofee) is an annual award presented by the Flemish newspaper Het Nieuwsblad to the best Belgian cyclist of the year. The prize has been awarded since 2003 and was originally awarded based on a vote by the public, and open to any nationality. Since 2008, people from within th ... Read »


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    • Franjo Bučar State Award for Sport


    • German Sports Badge

    • German Sports Badge

      The German Sports Badge (German: Deutsches Sportabzeichen (DSA)) is a decoration of the German Olympic Sports Federation DOSB, of the Federal Republic of Germany. The German Sports Badge test is carried out primarily in Germany, and in other 39 countries abroad. In 1993 the DOSB opened an international office called Au ... Read »


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    • Glasgow Celtic Society Cup

    • The Glasgow Celtic Society Cup, known for sponsorship reasons as the Gregor Cameron Consultancy Celtic Society Cup, is a knock-out cup competition in the sport of shinty. Entry is open to all senior teams from the South District playing in the Premier Division and South Division One. It is the oldest competition in the ... Read »


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    • Gordon Bennett Cup (auto racing)

    • As one of three established by James Gordon Bennett, Jr., millionaire owner of the New York Herald, the automobile racing award was first given in 1900 in France. In 1899 Gordon Bennett offered the Automobile Club de France (ACF) a trophy to be raced for annually by the automobile clubs of the various countries. The ... Read »


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    • Gordon Bennett Trophy (aeroplanes)

    • Gordon Bennett Trophy (aeroplanes)

      The Gordon Bennett Aviation Trophy was an international airplane racing trophy awarded by James Gordon Bennett, Jr., the American owner and publisher of the New York Herald newspaper. The trophy is one of three Gordon Bennett awards: Bennett was also the sponsor of an automobile race and a ballooning competition. The ... Read »


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    • Hall of Game Awards

    • The Hall of Game Awards was an award show held by Cartoon Network. The inaugural show was hosted by Tony Hawk and aired on February 25, 2011. The second show aired in 2012 with Shaquille O'Neal as the host. The 2011 Hall of Game awards were hosted by Tony Hawk and featured musical performances by Travie McCoy and ... Read »


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    • Hickok Belt

    • The S. Rae Hickok Professional Athlete of the Year award, known as the Hickok Belt, is a trophy that originally was awarded for 27 years (from 1950 to 1976) to the top professional athlete of the year in the United States, and was re-established in 2012. It was created by Ray and Alan Hickok in honor of their father, S ... Read »


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    • Holmenkollen Medal

    • The Holmenkollen medal is Norwegian skiing's highest award for competitors. It signifies top placings in international championships and other international events, including the Holmenkollen events. The medal is mostly awarded to skiers in the Nordic events. ... Read »


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    • Island Sports Media

    • Island Sports Media is a Hawaii sport news organization. Island Sports Media Magazine is published quarterly. It is published by JAMK Photography owned by Steve Kajihiro in Everett, Washington. The group also publishes a blog. The annual Island Sports Media Athlete of the Year Award is given to an athlete (of any spo ... Read »


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    • Crystal Bicycle

    • The "Kristallen Fiets" (Dutch for "Crystal Bicycle") is a cycle racing award, created in 1992 by the Belgian newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws. The award is given annually to the Belgian rider considered to have performed the best over the year. As of 2013, Johan Museeuw holds the record, winning the award five times. Only ... Read »


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    • L'Équipe Champion of Champions


    • Laureus World Sports Awards

    • The Laureus World Sports Awards is an annual award ceremony honoring remarkable individuals from the world of sports along with the greatest sporting achievements throughout the year. It was established in 1999 by Laureus Sport for Good Foundation founding patrons Daimler and Richemont and supported by its global partn ... Read »


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    • Soviet Union top ten athletes of the year

    • Since a certain time until 1991 in the end of each year the Federation of Sports Journalists of the USSR held an inquest among its members to name top ten athletes of the year of the USSR. Here is a list of them. Alphabetical order. Ordered by number of points: Announced on December 28, 1984. Announced on Decem ... Read »


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    • List of UFC bonus award recipients

    • UFC Bonus Awards are three separate cash bonuses usually awarded to four fighters after each UFC event, based on internal decision by UFC management. More/fewer bonuses have been awarded at some events, especially when no knockouts or submissions occurred. List of WEC bonus award recipients ... Read »


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    • List of United States bandy champions

    • United States bandy champions are the winners of the annual play-offs following the regular league of the Division I in the American Bandy League, the top league for bandy in the United States. The championship trophy is called the Gunnar Cup. Winners since 1981. The championship is usually decided in a play-off at th ... Read »


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    • Littlejohn Vase

    • The Littlejohn of Invercharron Challenge Vase, also known as simply the Littlejohn Vase, is a trophy in University Shinty. The second most expensive sporting trophy in Scotland, [1] after the Scottish Cup, the Littlejohn Vase is competed for by University Shinty teams on an annual basis, in a one-day event traditionall ... Read »


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    • LKL Champions

    • The LKL Championship is a trophy awarded to the Lithuanian Basketball League (LKL) team that wins the LKL Finals at the conclusion of every basketball season. The winning team of the LKL Finals receives the LKL Championship Trophy. Žalgiris were the first winner of the trophy in 1994 after defeating the Atletas thr ... Read »


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    • Macaulay Cup

    • The MacAulay Association Camanachd Cup is a trophy in the Scottish sport of shinty. It is competed for by the eight highest-placed league teams from the north and south areas of Scotland at the end of the previous season. The first winner of the cup, in 1947, was Newtonmore. It will be sponsored by Artemis from the 201 ... Read »


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    • MacTavish Cup

    • The MacTavish Cup is a knock-out cup competition in the sport of shinty. It is competed for by senior teams from the North of Scotland district. It is one of the five trophies considered to be part of the Grand Slam in the sport of shinty. The current holders are Newtonmore' The final is habitually played at the Bught ... Read »


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    • Master of Sports of Russia

    • Master of Sports of Russia (MS) (Russian: Мастер спорта России (МС)) is a sports title in the Russian Federation. To assign the title of MS prerequisite is to participate in the judging of the competition at least 3 judges of the All-Russia and international ... Read »


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    • Mod Cup

    • The Mod Cup is a trophy in the sport of shinty first competed for in 1969, traditionally played for by the two teams who are based closest to the host venue of the Royal National Mod. The current holders are Oban Camanachd. The Cup is presented by the Aviemore branch of An Comunn Gaidhealach as part of the week-long M ... Read »


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    • Most valuable player

    • In sports, a most valuable player (MVP) award is an honor typically bestowed upon the best-performing player (or players) in an entire league, for a particular competition, or on a specific team. Initially used in professional sports, the term is now also commonly used in amateur sports, as well as in other completely ... Read »


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    • Newron Cup

    • The Newron Sports Cup is an inline hockey club championship trophy, awarded annually to the Major League Roller Hockey (MLRH) playoffs champion. The Newron Sports Cup is the oldest professional inline hockey trophy in North America. Originally inscribed the Jason Cup, the trophy was first awarded during the 1998 seaso ... Read »


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    • Olympic Medal Nobre Guedes

    • The Olympic Medal Nobre Guedes (Portuguese: Medalha Olímpica Nobre Guedes) is the most prestigious annual award given by the Olympic Committee of Portugal (COP) to still-active Portuguese sportspeople which stood out for their sporting results and achievements in the previous year. It is named in honour of the forme ... Read »


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    • Olympic Cup

    • The Olympic Cup (French: Coupe olympique) is an award given annually by the International Olympic Committee. It was instituted by Pierre de Coubertin in 1906 and is awarded to an institution or association with a record of merit and integrity in actively developing the Olympic Movement. Its recipients have included a ... Read »


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    • Olympic diploma

    • An Olympic diploma is a paper certificate awarded to the top eight finishers in competitions at the Olympic Games. While the top three finishers have received medals since the 1896 Olympics, in 1949 diplomas for athletes placing fourth, fifth, and sixth were established, and in 1981 diplomas for seventh- and eighth-pla ... Read »


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    • Olympic Laurel

    • Olympic Laurel

      The Olympic Laurel is a distinction awarded by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to honour those who have "made significant achievements in education, culture, development and peace through sport". It was officially introduced in 2016 to implement a recommendation of Olympic Agenda 2020, and they will be presen ... Read »


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    • Olympic Order

    • The Olympic Order is the highest award of the Olympic Movement and is awarded for particularly distinguished contributions to the Olympic Movement, i.e. recognition of efforts worthy of merit in the cause of sport. It was established in May 1975 by the International Olympic Committee as a successor to the Olympic Certi ... Read »


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    • Order of the Geoduck

    • Order of the Geoduck is an international award issued by the International Rogaining Federation for long-term high level contributions to international rogaining. The award takes the form of a replica geoduck, a saltwater clam found on the Pacific coast of North America. Geoduck Awardees have been: ... Read »


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    • Palatinate (award)

    • Palatinates are awards given by Durham University to its athletes or former athletes who demonstrate the following qualities: 'Ability of a High Standard' (international representation), 'Service to a Club' and 'Attitude and Commitment'. It is similar to 'blues' awarded at many other British universities but with sligh ... Read »


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    • Panathenaic amphora

    • Panathenaic amphorae were the amphorae, large ceramic vessels, that contained the olive oil given as prizes in the Panathenaic Games. Some were ten gallons and 60-70 cm high. This oil came from the sacred grove of Athena at Akademia. The amphorae which held it had the distinctive form of tight handles, narrow neck a ... Read »


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    • The PBA Leo Awards

    • The PBA Leo Awards

      The PBA Leo Awards, formerly known as the PBA MVP Awards Night (1975–1992) and PBA Annual Awards (1993–2002) is an annual awards ceremony of the Philippine Basketball Association to honor the achievements of its players for the season. The winners are awarded with The Leo, named in honor of the league's first ... Read »


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    • PDC Awards Dinner

    • The PDC Awards Dinner is an awards ceremony organised by the Professional Darts Corporation. It is held at the Dorchester Hotel in London. It has been held annually since 2005. Hall Of Fame:John PartNine Dart ClubGold Pins:Michael Van Gerwen,Adrian Lewis,Alan NorrisSilver Pins:Ross Smith, Jamie Caven, Mark Dudbrid ... Read »


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    • Player of the year award

    • Several sports leagues honour their best player with an award called Player of the Year. In the United States, this type of award is usually called a Most Valuable Player award. The awards with the "player of the year" phrasing include these. In association football, this award is held on both an international and ... Read »


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    • PRCA All-Around Cowboy Champion

    • This is a list of PRCA All-Around Cowboy Champions. The championship is awarded at the National Finals Rodeo by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association to the top All-Around Cowboy. ... Read »


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    • Premios Juventud

    • Premios Juventud

      Premios Juventud (Youthfulness Awards) is an awards show for Spanish-speaking celebrities in the areas of film, music, sports, fashion, and pop culture, presented by the television network Univision. Winners are determined by online vote at univision.com. Premios Juventud is set apart by their unique categories, inclu ... Read »


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    • Rotterdam Sportsman of the year

    • The Rotterdam Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year is an annual election, organised by the city's division for topsport named Rotterdam Topsport. The award goes to sportspeople who were born or have lived in Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland. Rotterdam was the first city in the Netherlands to honour its sportspeople for their a ... Read »


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    • Ruban Jaune

    • The Ruban Jaune (English; Yellow Ribbon) is a cycling trophy created in 1936 by Henri Desgrange, awarded to the rider recording the fastest average speed in a professional cycling race or stage longer than 200 km. The trophy’s name is thought is to have come from comparison with the Blue Riband trophy awarded t ... Read »


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    • Segrave Trophy

    • The Segrave Trophy is awarded to the British national who accomplishes the most outstanding demonstration of the possibilities of transport by land, sea, air, or water. The trophy is named in honour of Sir Henry Segrave, and has been awarded in most years since 1930. A subsidiary award, the Segrave Medal, may a ... Read »


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    • Sobers–Tissera Trophy


    • Sports Cartoons Award

    • The National Cartoonists Society Division Awards is an award for cartoonists organized by the National Cartoonists Society. In 2015, the Division Awards were renamed as the Silver Reuben Awards. From its inception until 1975 this award was known as the Advertising and Illustration award. The following year, it div ... Read »


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    • Sports Industry Awards

    • Sports Industry Awards

      The Sports Industry Awards, known as SPIA, is an awards ceremony encompassing all relevant categories of the sporting industry organised by Sport360. The event consists of a cocktail reception, a 3 course gourmet meal with beverages, awards ceremony, live entertainment and an after-party of which the location changes e ... Read »


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    • Sports Technology Awards

    • The Sports Technology Awards[1], a British business, is an internationally - recognized mark of excellence and a globally unique celebration of technology -led innovation across sport worldwide. The awards brand, which also includes the awards process and ceremony, the Power list and the STA Hub, is owned by the Sports ... Read »


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    • Stanley Cup

    • Stanley Cup

      The Stanley Cup (French: La Coupe Stanley) is the championship trophy awarded annually to the National Hockey League (NHL) playoff winner. Originally commissioned in 1892 as the Dominion Hockey Challenge Cup, the trophy is named for Lord Stanley of Preston, then–Governor General of Canada, who awarded it to Canada ... Read »


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    • Star (football badge)

    • In association football, some national and club sides include one or more stars as part of (or beside) the badge (often referred to as a "crest") appearing on their shirt, to represent important trophies the team has previously won. Often this is a unilateral decision by a team itself, rather than a specific privilege ... Read »


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    • Steve Patterson Award for Excellence in Sports Philanthropy

    Founded 1972 Founder Robert Wood Johnson II Focus Healthcare reform, quality of care, childhood obesity, human capital, vulnerable populations, public health, health coverage Location
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    Health and health care Method Grantmaking and social change
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    Risa Lavizzo-Mourey Disbursements ~$400 million annually Endowment $9.2 billion
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  • The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) is the United States' largest philanthropy focused solely on health; it is based in Princeton, New Jersey. The foundation's goal, through the use of grants, is "to improve the health and health care of all Americans." The foundation has $9.2 billion in assets, generating grants ... Read »


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  • The Ashes urn

  • The Ashes urn is a small urn made of terracotta and standing 11 cm high, believed to contain the ashes of a burnt cricket bail. It was presented to Ivo Bligh, the captain of the England cricket team, as a personal gift after a friendly match hosted at Rupertswood mansion in Sunbury during the 1882–83 tour in Au ... Read »


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  • The President's Challenge


  • United Press International Athlete of the Year Award

  • The United Press International Athlete of the Year Award was conferred annually between 1974 and 1995, one each to the individuals adjudged, without restriction to nationality or sport contested, to be the male and female athlete of the year by a panel of sportswriters and editors constituted under the auspices of the ... Read »


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  • Valerie Fraser Trophy

  • The Valerie Fraser Camanachd Cup also known as the Valerie Fraser Trophy or the Women's Camanachd Cup is the premier trophy in Women's shinty and is currently sponsored by Peter Gow. It is played on a knock-out basis by the teams in the National Division 1 League and is administered by the Women's Camanachd Association ... Read »


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  • Vélo d'Or


  • Victor ludorum

  • Victor ludorum is Latin for "the winner of the games." It is usually a trophy presented to the most successful team, club, or competitor at a sports event. It is common at rowing regattas and was traditional at some British state and public school sports days. It is usually presented to the athlete/competitor who has w ... Read »


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  • Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award

  • The Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award is named after South Korean Dr. Whang Youn Dai, who contracted polio at the age of three. She contributed her life for the development of Paralympic Sport in Korea and around the world. At the 1988 Paralympic Summer Games in Seoul, Korea, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) ... Read »


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  • Wimbledon Cup

  • The Wimbledon Cup is a marksmanship trophy that was established in the 1870s. It is awarded annually during the National Rifle & Pistol Matches which are held at Camp Perry, Ohio. Each year the high-power phase of these matches traditionally takes place during the first two weeks of August. The Wimbledon Cup is awarde ... Read »


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  • World MMA Awards

  • The World MMA Awards are awards presented by Fighters Only magazine to honor exceptional performance in various aspects of Mixed martial arts. Winners are presented with the Fighters Only silver statuette. The World MMA Awards are divided into over twenty categories. The first World MMA Awards ceremony was held in 2008 ... Read »


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  • World Poker Tour bracelet

  • The World Poker Tour bracelet is the World Poker Tour's (WPT) answer to the World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet. Beginning in 1976, the WSOP started awarding bracelets to winners of WSOP events. The WSOP bracelet has become synonymous with greatness. "It's impossible to overstate the value of a World Series of Poker ... Read »


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  • World Series of Poker bracelet

  • The World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet is considered the most coveted non-monetary prize a poker player can win. Since 1976, a bracelet has been awarded to the winner of every event at the annual WSOP. Even if the victory occurred before 1976, WSOP championships are now counted as "bracelets". During the first years ... Read »


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