AS 50th Anniversary gala

AS Sports Awards 2017

AS 50th anniversary gala

AS Awards winners 2017.

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His Majesty the King Felipe VI.

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His Majesty the King Felipe VI.

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His Majesty the King Felipe VI.

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Juan Luis Cebrián, president of Prisa Group.

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AS 50th anniversary celebrations

Award for the Best Sportsman went to Rafa Nadal.

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GALA 50 ANIVERSARIO AS 2017

Rafa Nadal's acceptance speech

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The award for best sportwomen went to swimmer Mireia Belmonte, winner of the triple crown: Olympics, World and European titles.

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The lifetime achievement award went to British athlete Sebastian Coe, double Olympic champion at 1,500m.

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1967-1977 award. Manuel Orantes, winner of the US Open in 1975 (Tennis).

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1977-1987 award. Poli Rincón, Spanish footballer who played in the famous 12-1 win over Malta in 1983, which secured qualification for the European Championships in France in 1984.

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1977-1987 award. Juan Antonio Corbalán, Spanish basketball player who won the silver medal in Los Angeles in 1984.

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AS 50th anniversary celebrations

Miguel Induráin, five times winner of the Tour de France.

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Vicente del Bosque,former player and coach of Real Madrid, with who he won two Champions League titles, and World Cup winner as Spain coach in 2010 in South Africa.

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Fermi­n Cacho, Olympic champion in Barcelona in the 1,500m.

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Pedja Mijatovic, the hero of Real Madrid's seventh European Cup.

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Jorge Garbajosa, president of the FEB.

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Rising star award. Alejandro Davidovich, Junior Wimbledon Champion.

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Ruth Beitia, Olympic high jump champion in Rio 2016.

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