SPORTEL celebrates the best books and images in sports

The SPORTEL AWARDS Ceremony took place last night in Monaco to announce winners of the Georges Bertellotti Golden Podium Competition and Renaud de Laborderie Sports Book Competition. They respectively reward the world most beautiful sports images and the best sports books of the year.

Personalities such as Evander Holyfield, Yoann Huget, Christophe Soumillon, Tia Hellebaut, Loïc Pietri, Ludovic Giuly, Carlos Takam, Hervé Dubuisson, Ladji Doucouré, René Jacquot, Daniel Herrero, Leonardo Jardim, Jean-Marie Pfaff, Dan Luger, Danka Bartekova, Muriel Hurtis, Romain Febvre, Michaël Llodra, and Nathalie Péchalat were present at the Grimaldi Forum to award the prizes.

Georges Bertellotti Golden Podium Laureats

Best Slow Motion Prize – supported by FNOSC
“Colors of Winter”, Max Larsson, Husky Motion (Sweden)

Best Trailer Prize – supported by AS Monaco FC
“Le Briefing”, Jean-Baptiste Sourel, Canal+ & BETC (France)

Discovery Prize – supported by UUU, Ultimate Luxury Group
“Ocean Gravity”, Guillaume Nery & Julie Gautier, Bluenery (France)

Innovation Prize – supported by Puressentiel
“Innovative Use of Mini HSSM Cameras”, Felix Marggraf, Koen Van Mourik & Ursula Romero, International Sports Broadcasting (Spain)

Prize for the Best International Film of the Year Christian Blachas – supported by Form & You
“Cantona swims channel”, Ogilvy & Mather (United Kingdom)

L’Equipe 21 Public Prize
“Best of FISE World Montpellier 2015”, Vincent Biraud, Hurricane Action Sports (France)

The Best Sport Sequence of the Year – supported by Lacoste
“Dibaba dans l’histoire” Record du Monde du 1500m, Jean-Jacques Amsellem, Canal+ (France)

Peace and Sport Documentary Prize
“Into the Sea”, Marion Poizeau (France)

International Olympic Committee Grand Prize
“42,195 kilomètres de course à pied pour vivre cet instant”, Jean-Philippe Hunault, A.S.O. & France Televisions (France)

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