It is now time to cast your vote for who you think deserves to win at the 2017 TV Sports Awards (TVSA). The TVSA will showcase some of the most successful achievements from the sport media industry over the past year and will be held on 23rd October at the Salle Des Etoiles, Monte Carlo, Monaco.
Over thirty nominees have been shortlisted across 9 categories for their outstanding contributions to the sports media industry over the past year.
Also included, are three renowned and inspiring world-class athletes who are up for the Play for Change Award, these athletes are responsible for delivering extraordinary social responsibility work.
Choose your favourite from each category, register through the link and cast your vote until the 13th October 2017 at: www.tvsportsawards.org/vote.
The event will welcome sporting legends and high-profile guests from the world of sports, entertainment and media, government delegates and valued contributors to this global initiative.
“I’m delighted to be hosting such an important and prestigious event as the TV Sports Awards which recognise the outstanding achievements by colleagues within the sports media industry” Marc Edwards, presenter of TVSA 2017.
The gala dinner will feature live music, performances and an auction offering exceptional experiences and unique items.
TVSA will also be exclusively featuring, for the second time, the Golden Boy Award to celebrate the top young European footballer, last year’s winner was Bayern Munich’s midfielder Renato Sanchez. Check out the nominees for this year’s Golden Boy Award.
TVSA is in aid of Play for Change, which relies on raising valuable funds to be able to deliver it’s highly commended sport and education programmes. The replication of the Khelaun Khelaun programme in Nepal into a new district called Lalitpur was made possible by funds raised at the 2016 TV Sports Awards, making further positive impacts to the communities.
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