Swedish Sports Awards


The Swedish Sports Awards (Swedish: Svenska idrottsgalan) is a show to honor the past year's Swedish sports and athletes' achievements. It is hosted annually at Ericsson Globe in Stockholm in mid or late January. The event was first held in the year 2000.[1]

Swedish Sports Awards
Awarded forExcellence in sports
LocationEricsson Globe, Stockholm
CountrySweden
First awarded2000
Websiteidrottsgalan.com
Television/radio coverage
NetworkSveriges Television (SVT)

In the year 2021, the event was held in Annexet instead, following the Coronavirus pandemic reducing the number of spectators.[2]

Awards and winners


Anja Pärson (alpine skiing)
Christian Olsson (athletics)
Marcus Hellner (cross-country skiing)
Carolina Klüft (athletics)
Lisa Nordén (triathlon)

Sportswoman of the Year

Year Winner Sport
2000Ludmila EnquistAthletics
2001Therese AlshammarSwimming
2002Annika SörenstamGolf
2003Kajsa BergqvistAthletics
2004Annika Sörenstam (2)Golf
2005Carolina KlüftAthletics
2006Anja PärsonAlpine skiing
2007Anna Carin OlofssonBiathlon
2008Anja Pärson (2)Alpine skiing
2009Emma JohanssonCycling
2010Helena JonssonBiathlon
2011Charlotte KallaCross-country skiing
2012Therese Alshammar (2)Swimming
2013Lisa NordénTriathlon
2014Abeba AregawiAthletics
2015Charlotte Kalla (2)Cross-country skiing
2016Sarah SjöströmSwimming
2017Sarah Sjöström (2)Swimming
2018Sarah Sjöström (3)Swimming
2019Sarah Sjöström (4)Swimming
2020Tove AlexanderssonOrienteering
2021Linn SvahnCross-country skiing

Sportsman of the Year

Year Winner Sport
2000Lars FrölanderSwimming
2001Lars Frölander (2)Swimming
2002Per ElofssonCross-country skiing
2003Christian OlssonAthletics
2004Christian Olsson (2)Athletics
2005Stefan HolmAthletics
2006Tony RickardssonMotorcycle speedway
2007Björn LindCross-country skiing
2008Zlatan IbrahimovićFootball
2009Robert KarlssonGolf
2010Zlatan Ibrahimović (2)Football
2011Marcus HellnerCross-country skiing
2012Marcus Hellner (2)Cross-country skiing
2013Zlatan Ibrahimović (3)Football
2014Henrik StensonGolf
2015Zlatan Ibrahimović (4)Football
2016Johan OlssonCross-country skiing
2017Henrik StensonGolf
2018Daniel StåhlAthletics
2019Armand DuplantisAthletics
2020Daniel Ståhl (2)Athletics
2021Armand Duplantis (2)Athletics

Team of the Year

Year Winner Sport
2000Men's national teamHandball
2001Men's national teamTable tennis
2002Men's national teamFootball
2003Men's national team (2)Handball
2004Women's national teamFootball
2005Henrik Nilsson and Markus OscarssonCanoeing
2006Men's national team (2)Football
2007Men's national teamIce hockey
2008C. J. Bergman, B. Ferry, H. Jonsson and A. OlofssonBiathlon
2009Thomas Johansson and Simon AspelinTennis
2010Robert Karlsson and Henrik StensonGolf
2011M. Hellner, J. Olsson, D. Richardsson and A. SödergrenCross-country skiing
2012Ida Ingemarsdotter and Charlotte KallaCross-country skiing
2013Fredrik Lööf and Max SalminenSailing
2014Men's national team (2)Ice hockey
2015A. Haag, I. Ingemarsdotter, C. Kalla and E. WikénCross-country skiing
2016Men's national under-21 teamFootball
2017Women's national team (2)Football
2018Men's national team (3)Ice hockey
2019P. Femling, J. Nelin, S. Samuelsson, F. LindströmBiathlon
2020E. Andersson, F. Karlsson, C. Kalla and S. NilssonCross-country skiing
2021Team Hasselborg: A. Hasselborg, S. McManus, A. Knochenhauer, S. Mabergs and J. HeldinCurling

Coach of the Year

Year Winner Sport
2000Bengt JohanssonHandball
2001Hans ChrunakSwimming
2002Sven-Göran ErikssonFootball
2003Ulf KarlssonAthletics
2004Ulf Karlsson (2)Athletics
2005Yannick TregaroAthletics
2006Yannick Tregaro (2)Athletics
2007Bengt-Åke GustafssonIce hockey
2008Anders PärsonAlpine skiing
2009Nanne BergstrandFootball
2010Staffan EklundBiathlon
2011Joakim Abrahamsson and Magnus IngessonCross-country skiing
2012Per JohanssonHandball
2013Pia SundhageFootball
2014Pär MårtsIce hockey
2015Rikard GripCross-country skiing
2016Håkan EricsonFootball
2017Lars LagerbäckFootball
2018Graham PotterFootball
2019Janne AnderssonFootball
2020Peter GerhardssonFootball
2021Greg and Helena DuplantisAthletics

Newcomer of the Year

Year Winner Sport
2000Anna-Karin KammerlingSwimming
2001Jonas EdmanShooting
2002Susanna KallurAthletics
2003Kim KällströmFootball
2004Linus ThörnbladAthletics
2005Joachim JohanssonTennis
2006Emma GreenAthletics
2007Nicklas BäckströmIce hockey
2008Jens ByggmarkAlpine skiing
2009Sarah SjöströmSwimming
2010Jonas JerebkoBasketball
2011Angelica BengtssonAthletics
2012Moa HjelmerAthletics
2013Gabriel LandeskogIce hockey
2014Irene EkelundAthletics
2015Sandra NäslundSki cross
2016Khaddi SagniaAthletics
2017Jesper SvenssonBowling
2018Armand DuplantisAthletics
2019Elias PetterssonIce hockey
2020Frida KarlssonCross-country skiing
2021Dejan KulusevskiFootball

Performance of the Year

Year Winner Sport
2000Ludmila EnquistAthletics
2001Lars FrölanderSwimming
2002Christian OlssonAthletics
2003Carolina KlüftAthletics
2004Carolina Klüft (2)Athletics
2005Stefan HolmAthletics
2006Kajsa BergqvistAthletics
2007Anette NorbergCurling
2008Carolina Klüft (3)Athletics
2009Charlotte KallaCross-country skiing
2010Sarah SjöströmSwimming
2011Björn FerryBiathlon
2012Therese AlshammarSwimming
2013Lisa NordénTriathlon
2014Johan OlssonCross-country skiing
2015A. Haag, I. Ingemarsdotter, C. Kalla and E. WikénCross-country skiing
2016Men's national under-21 teamFootball
2017Jenny RissvedsCross-country Cycling
2018Östersunds FKFootball
2019Armand DuplantisAthletics
2020Mattias FalckTable tennis
2021Armand Duplantis (2)Athletics

Lifetime Achievement Award

Year Winner Sport/Profession
2003Lennart JohanssonPresident of UEFA
2004Sven PetterssonJournalist
2005Ingemar JohanssonBoxing
2006Not awarded
2007Not awarded
2008Sven TumbaIce hockey
2009Arne LjungqvistLeader in athletics
2010Not awarded
2011Ingemar StenmarkAlpine skiing
2012Not awarded
2013Toini Gustafsson RönnlundCross-country skiing
2014Not awarded
2015Not awarded
2016Peter Forsberg, Nicklas Lidström, Mats SundinIce hockey
2017Jan-Ove WaldnerTable tennis
2018Not awarded
2019Pernilla WibergAlpine skiing
2020Annika SörenstamGolf
2021Mats WilanderTennis

Sportsperson of the century

Year Winner Sport
2000Björn BorgTennis

Svenska Spel and the Swedish Sportjournalist Federation's Grant

Year Winner Sport
2015Mattias LöwWomen's Ice hockey

See also


References


  1. http://idrottsgalan.se/priser/pristagare
  2. Pelle Bäckman (12 November 2020). "Idrottsgalan blir av" (in Swedish). SVT Sport. Retrieved 18 January 2021.