Categories and Prizes
For more than 30 years, the SPORTEL Awards have been rewarding the most beautiful sports footages of the year through two categories: The Georges Bertellotti Golden Podiums and the Sports Book Prize Renaud de Larborderie.
A Jury of experts from the sports and media world is invited each year to screen and judge the best sports footages from around the world. It is also responsible for selecting and rewarding the most beautiful sports books.
Trophy « Golden Podiums »
Original sculpture by Raymond Moretti
The Georges Bertellotti Golden Podium Awards are presented each year at the prestigious SPORTEL Awards ceremony. A Jury designates the sports videos that creatively highlight the sporting gesture, historical sports records and the beauty of sport through images and rewards the winners with several prizes.
Rewards the best sports slow motion highlighting the emotion of the moment.
Supported by the FNOSC
Rewards the best film to discover one sport, one team or one sports personality.
Rewards a sports sequence that shows an innovation in its production, image, and/or format and/or the technology used. Online service and app are accepted in this category. The innovation can be technical and/or technological and/or editorial.
Rewards the best sequence that promotes one sports TV show or one sports event.
Supported by THIRTY NINE Monte-Carlo
Rewards the creativity of an advertising film whose scenario involves sports.
Supported by A.S. Monaco Basket – Roca Team
Rewards the very favourite sequence of the Jury. Selected among the Official Selection.
Trophy « Renaud de Laborderie Sports Book Prize »
Original sculpture by Didier Noisetier
This prize rewards the most beautiful illustrated work honoring sports photography. By the richness of its illustrations, this beautiful book must highlight the emotion of the sporting moment.
This prize is based on an artistic creation where the quality of the photography, cover, format, composition, layout as well as the grammage of the pages are combined to enhance the art of sport.
Supported by the Monaco Olympic Committee
Two special prizes are presented each year by partner organizations during the ceremony.
Rewards the sequence that best conveys the Olympic values advocated by the IOC.
Sponsored by the International Olympic Committee
Rewards a filmmaker who, through a video clip or a movie, emphasises the positive role of sport in peace promotion.
Supported by Peace and Sport