February 25, 2014
A worldwide panel of legendary Laureus sportspeople will be announcing the Nominees for the 2014 Laureus World Sports Awards tomorrow.
For the first time, Nominations events held across the globe in Kuala Lumpur, New York and London will highlight an entire day of debate where journalists and sport fans everywhere can get involved on social media to voice their opinion on which Nominees should win.
The first event in Kuala Lumpur, Host City of the 2014 Awards, welcomes French World Cup winner Marcel Desailly, top football coach André Villas-Boas and five-times world motor cycling champion Mick Doohan, who will reveal the names of the six outstanding sportsmen, sportswomen and teams in seven different categories, to the world for the first time.
In London, UK, Former New Zealand All Black and Laureus World Sports Academy Member Sean Fitzpatrick and British tennis star Tim Henman will have their say on the Nominations as well.
Laureus Academy Members Michael Johnson, Nadia Comaneci and Mark Spitz will also be taking part in New York, USA.
It’s a day of debate for everyone to get involved. So be sure to head to Laureus.com tomorrow to take part in the big #LWSA14 debate!