HBO Sports earns 5 Sports Emmy Awards

What’s My Name | Muhammad Ali (Part I) Earns Outstanding Long Sports Documentary Award


Warner Media

NEW YORK, N.Y., August 12, 2020 – HBO Sports was the recipient of five awards during the 41st Annual Sports Emmy Awards®, which were announced tonight virtually, highlighted by its ninth Sports Emmy Award® for Outstanding Long Sports Documentary for What’s My Name | Muhammad Ali (Part 1).

HBO Sports’ landmark franchise 24/7, which launched in 2007, captured three awards, including Outstanding Edited Sports Special or Series for 24/7: Kelly Slater. In total, the franchise has now captured 21 Sports Emmy Awards®.

Any One of Us, the documentary chronicling pro-mountain biker Paul Basagoitia’s life-changing journey to recovery after suffering a spinal cord injury, received the award for Outstanding Editing – Long Form.

The following HBO Sports programs received awards:

Outstanding Long Sports Documentary
What’s My Name | Muhammad Ali Part I
[Sutter Road Picture Company/Fuqua Films/SpringHill Company]

Outstanding Edited Sports Special or Series
24/7 Kelly Slater

Outstanding Camera Work
24/7: Kelly Slater

The Dick Schaap Outstanding Writing Award
24/7: Kelly Slater

Outstanding Editing – Long Form
Any One of Us
[Red Bull Films]

Click BELOW for a full list of winners.

Source Warner Media

August 12, 2020 1:07pm ET by Pressparty  


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