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AIPS Looking for Young Reporters to Cover 2021 World University Games
AIPS is selecting young journalists (19-25 years of age) for the sixth edition of the Young Reporters Program, that will be delivered at the Chengdu 2021 FISU World University Games from August 18-29.
At 109 years old, Robert Marchand challenges Covid: “Those who play sports clutter up hospitals less”
PARIS, December 21, 2020 - On November 26, as always, Robert Marchand celebrated his birthday on a bicycle, but this time, for his 109th birthday, it was on an exercise bike. Like all French people, Robert Marchand had to respect the confinement which prohibited him from going out for sports more than a kilometer from his home.
IOC President Bach to stand unopposed for re-election in 2021
LAUSANNE, December 1, 2020 – Thomas Bach will stand unopposed next year for a second term as president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the governing body confirmed on Tuesday (1 December).
AIPS Members: Vote for the Champions of 2020
The year 2020 has been an exceptional one for sport and sports journalism because of the Covid-19 pandemic. In spite of a calendar riddled with suspensions, postponements and cancellations, several sporting events were still organised and concluded, albeit under very specific conditions. As a mark of respect for the preparation and efforts of all the professional athletes, AIPS opens its usual end-of-the-year poll to choose the very best from a peculiar year of sport.
AIPS members from all over the world can vote for the Best Athletes and Team of 2020.
AIPS Sport Media Awards’ third edition confirms global interest with high participation
LAUSANNE, November 11, 2020 - In an extraordinarily complicated year due to the coronavirus pandemic, the AIPS Sport Media Awards can proudly announce that the third edition, whose submission period closed last Monday, will showcase 1871 works (in 34 different languages) coming from 129 different countries.
AIPS Sports Media Award Deadline - November 9
As we approach the deadline of November 9, the third edition of the AIPS Sport Media Awards is already considered a massive success both in terms of global interest and overall quality.
Applications open for Chengdu 2021 FISU-AIPS Young Reporters Programme
LAUSANNE, October 19, 2020 – The International University Sports Federation has opened applications for the sixth edition of the Young Reporters Programme, that will be delivered at the Chengdu 2021 FISU World University Games from 18-29 August next year.
Reminder: AIPS Sports Media Award Submissions Due Before November 9
Submissions for this year's AIPS Sport Media Awards are due before November 9 in the following categories:
- Young Reporters.
Important announcement: Deadline extended for AIPS Sport Media Awards 2020 submissions
LAUSANNE, September 2, 2020 - As a goodwill gesture to all the colleagues that are still battling with the tougher working conditions in the post COVID-19 scenario, the AIPS Sport Media Awards have decided to extend the deadline for submissions until November 9.
Are you a young reporter under 30? Here’s what you need to know about the AIPS Sport Media Awards
LAUSANNE, August 19, 2020 - The AIPS Sport Media Awards 2020 are open to submissions. Professional journalists from all over the world can participate in the nine categories, while the young reporters competing in their dedicated category will have the chance to win a scholarship to cover a top sports event.
Christine Brennan: “Sports journalists play a unique role in covering this huge story“
From AIPS Media
LAUSANNE, July 9, 2020 - A handful of questions that only time could answer, has been at the heart of Christine Brennan's speech on the World Sports Journalists Day. The US columnist whose lucid analysis have appeared on USA Today, CNN, ABC News, took the virtual stage at the 1st AIPS World e-Conference on July 2, together with Editors-in-Chief from all over the world.
AIPS launches new digital seminar to address gender inequality
LAUSANNE, July 8, 2020 - Statistics have shown that majority of journalism students are female, yet bylines and newsrooms remain male-dominated. From pay disparity to sexual harrassment, the challenges women are having to face on the job are glaring, but even the limited progress that has been made so far on gender equality and women’s rights is now being threatened by the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic.