Iberdrola incorporates in its third edition of the Supera Awards an award on Mental Health in Sport

Iberdrola incorporates in its third edition of the Supera Awards an award on Mental Health in Sport

The Awards will honor systems related to grassroots sport, objectification into competition, social integration, addition, dispersion and visibility, and internal health care • The Iberdrola Supera Awards contribute to SDG 5 (Gender Equality) and to the United Nations 2030 Agenda for 2030Iberdrola has just opened the call for the 3rd Edition of the Iberdrola Supera Awards, which will honor the stylish systems in favour of gender equivalency and women’s excellence through sport, to which it has added a new order concentrated on internalhealth.In aggregate, the awards will honor systems in six orders endowed with euros each. 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 internal health care in sport (Supera Mental Health). For the Chairman of Iberdrola, Ignacio Galán,”the Iberdrola Supera awards have established themselves as an excellent platform for raising mindfulness and supporting equivalency and the creation of women through sport. We entered numerous nominations in the first two editions, which shows us that enterprise like this are still veritably necessary and encourages us to continue supporting them”. Nominations may be submitted until 31 May and the awards are open to allied sportspeople, sports associations and clubs, public or indigenous coalitions, seminaries, institutes and other public or private realities with duty fireside in Spain. In October, a Jury of Honour, made up of famed personalities from the world of sport, will elect the winningprojects.MORE THAN 700 Operations IN 2021 The 2021 edition entered further than 700 operations from associations, sports clubs and coalitions, seminaries, institutes and public or private realities that manage systems aligned with the objects of theawards.Among them, the winners were the systems of the Donosti Mug in the World Foundation (Basque Country); Club de Gimnasia Acrobática Baruca (Andalusia); Club Deportivo Bolaños (Castilla La Mancha); Las Libélulas (Navarre), Escuela de Ciclismo Adaptado (Valencia) and Días de las Aguas Limpias, of the Real Federación Española de Piragüismo (Royal Spanish Canoeing Federation). The Iberdrola Supera Awards are aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for 2030, specifically with Thing 5 (Gender equivalency and commission of women). IBERDROLA, A Colonist IN PROMOTING SPORT FOR WOMENThe 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 75 othercompetitions.In parallel, Iberdrola’s donation of coffers, installations, medical services and arbiters and the creation and backing of enterprise has not only helped to increase the number of members in the forenamed disciplines-to over-, but is also enabling Spanish elite athletes who have developed their sporting careers in other countries to return to contend in Spain, helping to increase the position and visibility of public competitions.