Dos sudamericanos dentro de los 10 mejores del mundo en Prensa Escrita

Por Constanza Mora Pedraza – AIPS Member 

BOGOTÁ, Colombia, 12 de enero de 2019.- Con la elección de los 10 mejores del mundo en Prensa Escrita, terminó la revisión por parte de los jurados, en las cinco categorías que están en competencia, en los AIPS Sports Media Awards, en esta fase.

Nuevamente, periodistas deportivos del continente americano están en la lista de los mejores, en esta oportunidad en la sub categoría Mejor Columna, ellos son Esteban Abarzua de Chile y quien pertenece a Las Ultimas Noticias y Sebastián Ignacio Torok de Argentina, del Diario La Nación de este país. En Mejor Nota de Color no hay representación de nuestro continente.

De esta manera, entramos a la recta final para conocer los tres finalistas en cada una de las categorías, listado que será revelado el 15 de enero de 2020. el orden en la terna será desvelado la noche del 3 de febrero en Budapest, en una gala que forma parte del 83° Congreso de AIPS. 

Top 10 Mejor Columna

*La lista puede contener más de 10 nombres, debido a empates en el momento de la votación” 

Esteban Abarzua (Chile), Cup re-conquerers of America – Las Ultimas Noticias 

Sebastián Ignacio Torok (Argentina), The notebooks of tennis: Marco Trungelliti, the Argentine who challenged the mafia that fixes matches – Diario La Nación de Argentina

Matthew Campelli (United Kingdom), Sport must take the concerns and values of young people seriously to remain relevant – The Sustainability Report

Saeedeh Fathabadi (Iran), Three bearded girls, ilna.ir

Tracey Holmes (Australia), Hypocrisy and bad blood: Mack Horton v Sun Yang and ‘THAT’ protest – The Saturday Paper

Slavko Jeric (Slovenia), What we can learn from Lindsey Vonn’s story and which part we’re not ready to accept? – RTV Slovenija

Kouagheu Josiane (Cameroon), Corruption in Cameroon, “A gangrene that kills football slowly” – Le Monde Afrique

Marco Knippen (The Netherlands), Dare to look in the mirror, Sifan – Holland Media Combinatie

Sergey Lisin (Russia), Crimea is ours, but run for ukraine is better. And using doping too – matchtv.ru

Carlos Matallanas (Spain), Letter to Rafael Nadal – AS

Prajwal Oli (Nepal), Barely plays 50 different sports, but hosts nearly 200 sports associations – The Kathmandu Post Nepal 

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ENGLISH

Two South Americans Sports Journalist, among the best in the world in the AIPS Sports Media Awards, in the writing category 

By Constanza Mora Pedraza – AIPS Member 

BOGOTA, Colombia, January 12, 2020.- With the election of the 10 best in the world in Writing, the review by the jurors has ended, in the five categories that are in competition, in the AIPS Sports Media Awards, in this phase. 

Again, Sports Journalists from the American continent are on the list of the best, this time in the Best Column sub category, they are Esteban Abarzua from Chile, who belongs to Las Ultimas Noticias and Sebastián Ignacio Torok from Argentina, from the Argentinian Newspaper La Nació. In Best Color category there is no representation of our continent. 

With this, we enter to the final path to meet the three finalists in each one of the categories, a list that will be revealed on January 15, 2020. 

Top 10 Best Column

* The list may contain more than 10 names, due to ties at the time of voting 

Esteban Abarzua (Chile), Cup re-conquerers of America – Las Ultimas Noticias 

Sebastian Ignacio Torok (Argentina), The notebooks of tennis: Marco Trungelliti, the Argentine who challenged the mafia that fixes matches – Diario La Nación de Argentina

Matthew Campelli (United Kingdom), Sport must take the concerns and values of young people seriously to remain relevant – The Sustainability Report

Saeedeh Fathabadi (Iran), Three bearded girls, ilna.ir

Tracey Holmes (Australia), Hypocrisy and bad blood: Mack Horton v Sun Yang and ‘THAT’ protest – The Saturday Paper

Slavko Jeric (Slovenia), What we can learn from Lindsey Vonn’s story and which part we’re not ready to accept? – RTV Slovenija

Kouagheu Josiane (Cameroon), Corruption in Cameroon, “A gangrene that kills football slowly” – Le Monde Afrique

Marco Knippen (The Netherlands), Dare to look in the mirror, Sifan – Holland Media Combinatie

Sergey Lisin (Russia), Crimea is ours, but run for ukraine is better. And using doping too – matchtv.ru

Carlos Matallanas (Spain), Letter to Rafael Nadal – AS

Prajwal Oli (Nepal), Barely plays 50 different sports, but hosts nearly 200 sports associations – The Kathmandu Post Nepal