IOC Women and Sport Awards

 

The IOC Women and Sport Trophy represents opportunity, recognition and empowerment.

Each year, the IOC Women and Sport Awards are given to women, men or organisations who have made remarkable contributions to the development, encouragement and reinforcement of women and girls’ participation in sport

Introduced in 2000, the award highlights role models and change agents in the pursuit of gender equality. Six trophies are distributed each year, one for each of the five continents and one at world level. In 20 years of Awards, there have been 116 recipients from 65 different nations.

The winners’ work to promote gender equality through different projects is also supported with a grant to help them continue and extend their work.

Call for Applications

The call for applications for the 2021 IOC Women and Sport Awards is now open. Six trophies will be awarded to individuals or organisations who have made remarkable contributions to the development, encouragement and reinforcement of women and girls’ participation in sport on and off the field of play.

The IOC invites you to nominate one candidate deserving of such recognition via the nomination form no later than 31 March 2021. Additional information regarding the nomination criteria and procedure can be found in the attached rules and regulations.

Winners of the 2020 IOC Women and Sport Awards

 

Winners of the 2019 IOC Women and Sport Awards

 

Winners of the 2018 IOC Women and Sport Awards

 
Winners of the 2017 IOC Women and Sport Awards
Winners of the 2016 IOC Women and Sport Awards

Watch the whole ceremony here!
 

Winners of the 2015 IOC Women and Sport Awards

 
Winners of the 2014 IOC Women and Sport Awards

 
Find out more about previous trophy winners:

2020 Winners
2019 Winners
2018 Winners
2017 Winners
2016 Winners
2015 Winners
2014 Winners
2013 Winners
2012 Winners
2011 Winners
2010 Winners
2009 Winners
2008 Winners
2007 Winners
2006 Winners
2005 Winners
2004 Winners
2003 Winners
2002 Winners
2001 Winners
2000 Winners

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