Sports ‘Oscar’, Laureus Award Announcement 2021 Finalist; see all

Sports 'Oscar', Laureus Award Announcement 2021 Finalist;  see all

In view of the ‘Oscars’ of the World Games, the organization of the Laureus Prize released a list of finalists for the 2021 edition of the event on Wednesday morning.

The final list does not include the presence of Brazilians. Nominees were defined in six categories: Athlete (Male), Athlete (Female), Team of the Year, Revelation of the Year, Return of the Year and Sports for Good.

Voted Robert Lewandowski, the world’s best footballer last season, as well as himself Bayern Munchen, Are among the nominees. Big names like Naomi Osaka, Current australian open champion And star NBA LeBron James is present.

See all Laureus Award candidates:

Athlete (Male)

Joshua Cheptegi (Athletics – Uganda)

Armand Duplantis (Athletics – Sweden)

Lewis Hamilton (Motorsport – United Kingdom)

Lebron James (basketball-US)

Robert Lewandowski (Soccer – Poland)

Rafael Nadal (Tennis – Spain)

Athlete (Female)

Ana van der Bregen (Ciclismo – Holland)

Federica Brigon (skiing – Italy)

Brigade Kosegi (Athletics – Kenya)

Naomi Osaka (Tennis – Japan)

Wendy Renard (Football – France)

Breanna Stewart (Basketball – USA)

Team of the year

Argentina’s men’s rugby team

Bayern Munchen

Kansas City Chief


Los Angeles Lakers

Mercedes (Formula 1)

Revelation of the year

Anu Fati (Football – Spain)

Patrick Mahomes (American Football – USA)

Joan Mir (Moto – Spain)

Tadej Pogakar (Cycling – Slovenia)

Inga Svotec (Tennis – Poland)

Dominic Thiem (Tennis – Austria)

Return of the year

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Daniel Byrd (Baseball – USA)

Kento Momota (Badminton – Japan)

Alex Morgan (Soccer – USA)

Max Parrot (Snowboarding – Canada)

Mikela Shiffrin (Ski – USA)

Alex Smith (American Football – USA)

Sport for good

Boxgirls Kenya (Boxing – Kenya)

Colombian Foundation (General Sports – Colombia)

KickForMore (Football – Germany)

About the author: Sarah Gracie

Sarahis a reporter covering Amazon. She previously covered tech and transportation, and she broke stories on Uber's finances, self-driving car program, and cultural crisis. Before that, she covered cybersecurity in finance. Sarah's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Politico, and the Houston Chronicle.

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