In addition to the 17 items, special distinctions will be given to sporting merit and awards for career.
Among the athletes from Rio de Janeiro, Pablo Aimar, Belem Bevilacqua, Maximiliano Medina and Veronica White.
In the 2021 edition of the Condor Awards these are the nominees:
Category 1: Professional sports technical driving
Category 2: Amateur sports technical driving
Héctor “Bochi” Sosa.
Category 3: Technical driving adapted sport
Item 4: Amateur sports leadership
Association of Triathlon, Duathlon and Combined Events of the Province of Córdoba
Cordoba Tennis Federation
Paddle Federation of the Province of Córdoba
Golf Federation of the Province of Córdoba.
Item 5: Professional sports leadership
Athletic Club Workshops
Club Atlético Racing
Independent Sports Social Club (Oliva)
Juan Manuel Cavagliatto.
Item 6: Arbitrators, judges and prosecutors
Item 7: Amateur male athlete
Cordovan members of Pumas 7: Gastón Revol, Luciano González, Lautaro Bazán Vélez and Germán Schulz
Martín Dopazo (horse jumping).
Item 8: Amateur female athlete
Item 9: Male athlete in adapted sport
Item 10: Female athlete in adapted sport
Maria Laura Belvedere.
Item 11: Professional male athlete
José María “Pechito” López
Item 12: Professional female athlete
Item 13: Amateur team sport
Lasalle Hockey Club. First division ladies “A”
Baguales Rugby Club (Jesús María). Women’s rugby team.
Club Atlético Belgrano. Women’s soccer team.
Item 14: Adapted team sport
Empalme Sports Club
Club Municipality of Córdoba Club Almafuerte (Las Varillas)
FUDIAG-MAG (High Grace).
Item 15: Sports as a professional team
Central Athletic Institute Córdoba (basketball)
Club Atlético Talleres (football)
Club Atlético Racing (football).
Item 16: Sports, community, social and school entrepreneurship
Jean Maggi Foundation
Matías Albornoz (Picnic Area Los Petaquitas)
Civil Association of Blind Athletes (Bell Ville)
Carlos Sacomano (Spa)
Gabriel Carletti (Serrano).
Item 17: Extreme athletes
On this occasion, the athlete is rewarded for his greatest sporting achievements both nationally and internationally.
José “Maligno” Torres
To the Olympic and Paralympic athletes: Facundo Campazzo, Leandro Bolmaro, Juan Pablo Vaulet (basketball), Joaquín Blázquez, Santiago Colombatto, Adolfo Gaich, Martín Payero (soccer), Julieta Jankunas (hockey), Gastón Revol, Germán Schulz, Lautaro Bazán Vélez , Luciano González (rugby seven), Julieta Lazcano, Yamila Nizetich (volleyball), Martín Dopazo (show jumping), Virginia Bardach (swimming), Cecilia Biagioli (open water swimming), Romina Biagioli (triathlon), Agustín Destribats (wrestling), Ariel Atamañuk (paracanotaje), Gustavo Fernández (tennis), Verónica Blanco, Fernando Eberhardt (table tennis), Elizabeth Noriega (swimming), Maximiliano Espinillo, Nahuel Heredia and Nicolás Véliz (football for the blind).
To the sports career:
Rubén Magnano (basketball), Zarina Antonicelli (rhythmic gymnastics), Silvina “Pipi” Trapiella (basketball) and Romina “Pepa” Gómez (soccer).
To the sporting merit:
Unión Oncativo Sports and Cultural Club, Leandro Bolmaro (basketball), Catalina Primo (soccer), Florencia Quiñonez (soccer) and José María Saponara (blind chess) and Jorge Fernández Valdés.
Awards to clubs that turned 100 years old in 2021:
April 14, 1921: Independent Social Club (Oliva).
August 10, 1921: Club Matienzo (Monte Buey).
June 2, 1921: Progressive Lawn Tennis Club (Captain Bernardo O’Higgins).
November 25, 1921: Jockey Club (Villa María).
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Four from Rio de Janeiro, nominated in their respective categories for the Condor Awards