A aggregate of 600 systems will contend in the third edition of Iberdrola’s Supera Awards to promote equivalency through sport
The action, aimed at promoting gender equivalency through sport, will honor systems in six orders grassroots sport, objectification into competition, social integration, addition, dispersion and visibility, and internal health care.
In this edition, Susanna Griso, Sonsoles Ónega and Eli Pinedo will join the Jury of Honour, joining thirteen other Spanish sports personalities similar as Carolina Marín, Manu Carreño and Vicente del Bosque.
The Iberdrola Supera Awards, which will honor the stylish systems in favour of gender equivalency and women’s excellence through sport, entered a aggregate of 600 nominations in its third edition. The awards, which this time include a new order in the field of internal health, are each worth euros. The enterprise are related to the creation of grassroots sport among girls up to the age of 16( Supera Base); helping the objectification of women into competition( Supera Competition); the addition of women with special capacities in sport( Supera Addition); the integration of women into society through sport( Supera Social); adding the visibility of women’s sport( Supera Dissemination); and the sustainable development and care of internal health within the sporting sphere( Supera Mental Health). The Jury of Honour, which will have to elect the winning systems, will be joined this time by the intelligencers Susanna Griso and Sonsoles Ónega, as well as the handball player Eli Pinedo, who join the eleven women and four men, all of them well- known personalities from the world of sport and Spanish journalism Ona Carbonell, Amanda Sampedro, Carolina Marín, Javier Fernández, Jesús Carballo, Manu Carreño, Marta Arce, Paloma del Río, Sandra Sánchez, Silvia Navarro, Teresa Perales and former public football trainer, Vicente delBosque.With 600 candidatures submitted in this edition alone, the Iberdrola Supera Awards have extensively consolidated the interest of allied athletes, sports associations and clubs, public and indigenous coalitions, seminaries, institutes and different public and private realities in getting involved in theinitiative.WINNING enterprise IN 2021Among the enterprise presented in the 2021 edition, the winners were the following systems Training in Values through Acrobatic Gymnastics( SuperA Base); Women’s Hands, we contend to inspire( SuperA Competition); It’s noway too late( SuperA Dispersion); 1st academy of acclimated cycling( SuperA Addition); Donosti Cup( SuperA Social) and Clean Water( SuperA Sustainability). The Iberdrola SuperA Awards are aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals( SDGs) of the United Nations 2030 Agenda, specifically number 5 Gender equivalency and commission ofwomen.IBERDROLA, A colonist IN PROMOTING SPORT FOR WOMEN The creation of sport by women has come a crucial switch for Iberdrola and the creation of real equivalency between men and women, one of its core values. In 2016, Iberdrola came the first company to make a establishment and global commitment to equivalency and the commission of women through sport. The company presently supports 32 coalitions slimnastics, triathlon, rugby, canoeing, badminton, football, handball, volleyball, hockey, table tennis, calisthenics, karate, boxing, surfing, ice sports, fencing, aquatic conditioning, bowling, downtime sports, toning, judo, Olympic wrestling, mountaineering and climbing, swimming, skating, pelota, rowing, squash, taekwondo, tennis, archery and sailing. It also gives its name to 32 leagues, all of them at the loftiest position, and to 100 other competitions with a pickingright.Reducing the gender gap in sport is a commitment to women’s equivalency through excellence and translates into an important reference point for girls, from their practice of physical exertion and sport at all situations of the education system, to show them that the path to allied sport and high performance is also possible for them.