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Vote: final stage of the official euronews/sportaccord awards

Vote: final stage of the official euronews/sportaccord awards
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The official euronews/sportaccord awards are entering their final stages and it’s time for you to choose a winner from among the top sport stars of the year.

After the initial round of public voting there are just four finalists in each category and your votes will decide who takes home the prizes.

Sport Accord represents more than 200 sport federations and administrations who nominated their biggest stars for this year’s awards.

You can vote for your choices here

You can find out who wins live as euronews broadcasts the Awards ceremony from Russia on April 23rd from 18:10pm CET.

Sportsman of the year finalists are:

  • Avtandil Tchrikishvili (Georgia / Judo)
  • Camil Moldoveanu (Romania / Ju-Jitsu)
  • Kilian Jornet Burgada (Spain / Ski mountaineering)
  • Mariusz Wlazly (Poland / Volleyball)

Sportswoman of the year finalists are:

  • Geva Mentor (England / Netball)
  • Kaillie Humphries (Canada / Bobsleigh)
  • Marit Bjørgen (Norway / Cross-country skiing)
  • Yana Kudryavtseva (Russia / Gymnastics)

Sport Hero finalists are:

  • Alex Zanardi (Italy / Motor Race / Para-Cycling)
  • Kōhei Uchimura (Japan / Gymnastics)
  • Lindsey Vonn (USA / Alpine skiing)
  • Teddy Riner (France / Judo)

Play for Change Media Award finalists are:

  • #LikeAGirl – Always
  • 805 Million Names – United Nations World Food Programme with Zlatan Ibrahimovic
  • I will what I want – Under Armour
  • Thank You, Mom | Tough Love – P&G (Procter & Gamble)

Sport City of the year finalists are:

  • Glasgow (Scotland)
  • Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
  • Sochi (Russia)
  • Warsaw (Poland)

You can vote for your choices here

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