Previous winners

Since 2015 we have been proud to honour some of the most outstanding work and initiatives through our awards, please see below our past winners

2017 Highlights and winners

Held in the Salle des Etoiles, Monte Carlo

 

Best Live Event Coverage:

Eurosport’s Coverage of Tour de France

 

Best Sports Thematic Channel: 

Olympic Channel

 

Best TV Rights Deal: 

Svensk Elitfotboll domestic deal with Discovery/Eurosport

 

Best Sports Broadcaster: 

BBC Sport

 

Agency of the Year: 

Infront Sport and Media

 

Media Executive for the Year: 

John Gleasure – Perform

 

Sports Media Company of the Year:

Perform

 

Best Sports Project: 

ATP Media- Tennis TV & DAZN by Perform

 

Play for Change Award:

Juan Mata for his work with Common Goal

2016 Highlights and winners

Held in the Fairmont, Monte Carlo

 

 

Best Live Event Coverage:

UEFA EURO 2016

 

Best Digital Media Project:

Adidas #BoostYourSummer campaign

 

Best Football Rights Deal:

Bundesliga’s new domestic rights deals with Sky Deutschland and Eurosport

 

Best TV Rights Deal:

FIBA’s deal with Perform

 

Best Sports Broadcaster:

Eurosport

 

Agency of the Year:

Infront/Wanda Sports

 

Media Executive of the Year:

Simon Denyer, Chief Executive and Founder, Perform Group

 

Play for Change Award:

Anne Wafula Strike – Olympia-Wafula Foundation and AbleChildAfrica

 

Winner of Golden Boy 2016 (Tuttosport):

Renato Sanches, Bayern Munich

2015 Highlights and winners

Held at the Yacht Club, Monte Carlo

 

 

Best Sports Broadcaster:

Eurosport (Discovery)

 

Best Live Event Coverage:

Amaury Sport Organisation for the Tour de France

 

Best Digital Media Project:

Omnigon Rugby World Cup App

 

Best TV Rights Deal:

Discovery and Eurosport agreement for European rights of the Olympic Games

 

Media Executive of the Year:

Peter Hutton, CEO, Eurosport

 

Play for Change Award:

Rio Ferdinand, Rio Ferdinand Foundation