After the success of the last edition, II Woman SPORT Awards, an Iberian Press channel to which this newspaper belongs, appreciated the work of athletes, organizations, initiatives and institutions that succeeded in setting an example and benchmark. All this at a Gala held at Antiga Fàbrica Estrella Damm, which supports, recognizes and makes women visible in different categories of sports with national and international projection.

In this year’s edition, the winners of the II Woman SPORT Awards were:

  • WOMEN’S SPORTS AWARD: In recognition of Lydia Valentín’s striving and perseverance to reach the highest point. She holds the record for the third best active Olympics in Spain competing in weightlifting. His appearance with three Olympic medals, four at the World Championships and twelve at the European Championships, caused a ‘blast’ in weightlifting.
  • COMMUNICATION AWARD: Izaskun Ruiz for her work in promoting women’s sports. The TV presenter and journalist has extensive experience in this field and has covered the Olympic Games, Paralympics, Athletics and Swimming World Championships, all of which together with the MotoGP World Championship and the Dakar Rally.
  • ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: Carolina Marín as an example of progress and proof that anything is possible. The badminton player reached number 1 in the world rankings. She is an Olympic champion, three-time world champion, and six-time European champion in She Rio de Janeiro.
  • MANAGEMENT AWARD: Asunción Loriente, president of the Olympic Rowing Federation. She is the only female president of an Olympic Federation in Spain.
  • TEAM AWARD: FastHolaluz was created to support and encourage women’s alpine skiing, helping young skiers become a benchmark in Spain.
  • CAREER AWARD: Gemma Mengual in recognition of a successful, stable, sustained and exemplary professional career. In her extensive list of winners, 17 gold, 18 silver and 12 bronze medals stand out from World Championships, European Championships and Olympic Games she.
  • E-SPORTS AWARD: Mayichi is one of the pioneers of women’s esports. She also encourages women’s participation in this field, she.
  • EVOLUTION PRIZE: Teresa Portela, canoeist in calm water modality. At the age of 38, she won 15 medals at the World Canoe Championships and 17 medals at the European Championships and an Olympic silver medal at Tokyo 2020. His reward is the reward of his long and sustained career.
  • BARCELONA 92 SPECIAL AWARD: We make champions of the most relevant women of the Barcelona 92 ​​Olympic Games, who managed to win medals in each category.