Laureus World Sports Academy Members and Ambassadors will be turning out in force at the Laureus World Sports Awards in Monaco on February 18.
A group of world-famous Laureus Ambassadors are the latest to confirm their attendance, including celebrated football player and manager Fabio Capello, former Formula One star David Coulthard and prolific South African rugby try scorer Bryan Habana.
They are joined by retired Olympic swimmer Missy Franklin, England rugby’s Nolli Waterman, Italian para fencer Beatrice Vio, US surfer Garrett McNamara and adventurer Annabelle Bond.
“I am delighted that so many members of the Laureus Family will be in Monaco for this great event,” said Laureus Chairman Sean Fitzpatrick.
While celebrating the greatest sporting successes of the year, the Laureus World Sports Awards also showcases the work of Laureus Sport for Good, which uses the power of sport to end violence, discrimination and disadvantage, showing how sport can change the world. Today Laureus supports more than 160 programmes in over 40 countries, working to transform society and improve the lives of young people. Laureus Sport for Good is championed by the members of the Laureus World Sports Academy, 66 of the greatest living legends of sport.