Sports Oscar back in Monte Carlo
Usain Bolt, Nico Rosberg, Michael Phelps, Bebe Vio and Simone Biles. These are just some of the names of athletes winning in Monte Carlo during the gala of the 18th edition of the Laureus World Sports Awards. The event, which awards athletes from various award winning sports disciplines during the previous year, was established May 25, 2000, and is remembered for the presence and the words of Nelson Mandela: "Sport has the power to change the world."
A forward-looking message indeed still the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation, which sees IWC Schaffhausen of the main sponsors, is a force capable of conveying a positive change, using the sport to put an end to discrimination, violence and inequality.
Laureus has created in world sports awards for a variety of cuisine and then use their leadership and contributions to the world social service projects partners who use sport as a tool for social emancipation.
Having walked the Red Carpet samples were entertained by Hugh Grant that with class and elegance stood out among the stars of the World sports.
Also present was the Olympic Team of refugees, led by Tegla Loroupe, who was awarded the Laureus Sport for Good Award for Sporting Inspiration. Among other awards to the year Revelation for the F1 world champion Nico Rosberg and the Laureus Spirit of Sport Award for Leicester Claudio Ranieri champion of England.
inevitable guests Chris Grainger-Herr the new CEO of IWC, Sean Fitzpatrick Chairman of the Laureus World Sports Academy and Beppe Ambrosini Brand Manager IWC.
Bedetti, official licensee IWC, is waiting for you in his store in Piazza San Silvestro to show you all the news of the Schaffhausen brand.