SportMalta Award Massimo Cremona gets it all !!

Wednesday, February 2, 2011, 12:31
Massimo Cremona (left) being presented with the SportMalta Award by Jean Todt and Hon. Clyde Puli

Massimo Cremona (left) being presented with the SportMalta Award by Jean Todt and Hon. Clyde Puli

 

During the second edition of the SportMalta Awards – L-Għazliet Sportivi Nazzjonali 2010, a number of exceptional athletes, officials and coaches took home awards, including Massimo Cremona who received the coveted SportMalta Award 2010.

Massimo Cremona, a table football player was selected through a voting processes not determined by the KMS but through set criteria which is made up of 40% of the votes cast by the sports journalists, another 40% from votes of association delegates present during the presentations’ night and the other 20% from a public vote through SMS voting. Massimo obtained 4.52% from the Journalists, 7.8% from the presidents of the national associations and was the favourite with the general pubic where he obtained 4.145% of the voting percentage, giving him the lead with a total of 16.47%. Massimo who also placed 2nd in the Sportsman of Year category, was presented the SportMalta Award trophy by Hon. Clyde Puli, Parliamentary Secretary for Youth and Sport and Mr. Jean Todt, the President of the FIA, motor sport’s world governing body.

 The SportMalta Awards– L-Għazliet Sportivi Nazzjonali 2010 was more than an awards ceremony, it was a vehicle to reach out to youths and students and bring sport and its message closer to them. This was successfully achieved as over 20 schools were included in a Roadshow program which resulted in over 4000 students coming into direct contact with the athletes; a novel approach which boosted their self esteem and as role models they encouraged youngsters directly to take up sport.  In addition, three pre-events were also organised including a mega event at Cottonera Sports Complex, Junior College and Bay Street. Six media events linked with the show were also organised in addition to 34 TV slots in sports programs, host shows, and specialised programs and over 1170 promo spots on TV and radio was given. In excess of 16 hours of TV coverage was given to the objective of instilling more awareness for sport and the achievements of local athletes.

These awards have successfully managed to create an event which has extended beyound the actual awards night.  It is clear that this activity will be remembered as the event that put local athletes in the forefront which involved them with numerous of students and the general public directly.

SportMalta Award Final results:

Athlete Journalist vote

40%

Presidents vote

40%

Public vote

20%

Total Points Classification
Winner:

Massimo Cremona (Table Football)

4.52 7.80 4.145 16.47 1
Danica Bonello Spiteri (Triathlon) 4.66 6.84 3.947 15.44 2
Mario Bonello (Athletics) 3.67 8.80 2.550 15.02 3
Nicola Borg Costanzi (Canoeing) 3.50 4.88 1.653 10.03 4
Andre Schembri (Football) 4.97 2.92 1.813 9.70 5
William Chetcuti (Shooting) 3.98 2.92 1.228 8.13 6
Davina Mangion (Swimming) 3.34 1.96 2.389 7.69 7
Rebecca Brincat Thoresen (Basketball) 4.52 2.92 0.142 7.58 8
Sue Abela (Ten Pin Bowling) 3.98 0.96 0.189 5.13 9
Christopher Camilleri 2.86 0.00 1.945 4.81 10
Total 40.00 40.00 20.00 100.00  




1 Comment

  1. Jason Pisani says:

    Well done to Massimo & the rest of the Malta Table Football National Team.

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