Winners of ISOH Awards

Richard Pound, winner of the 2005 ISOH Lifetime Award

Richard Pound, winner of the 2005 ISOH Lifetime Award

ISOH Lifetime Award

  • 2005 Dick Pound (CAN)
  • 2006 Harry Gordon (AUS)
  • 2007 John Lucas and David C. Young (USA)
  • 2008 Volker Kluge (GER)
  • 2009 Allen Guttmann (USA) and Robert K. “Bob” Barney (CAN/USA)
  • 2010 Monique Berlioux (FRA)
  • 2011 Ove Karlsson (SWE)
  • 2012 Manfred Lämmer (GER)
  • 2013 Conrado Durántez (ESP)
  • 2014 Wayne Wilson (USA)
  • 2015 Roland Renson (BEL)
  • 2016 Lamartine DaCosta (BRA)

 

Allen Guttman (right), winner of the 2009 ISOH Lifetime Award

Allen Guttmann (right), winner of the 2009 ISOH Lifetime Award

Harry Gordon, winner of the 2006 ISOH Lifetime Award

Harry Gordon, winner of the 2006 ISOH Lifetime Award

David C. Young and John Lucas, winners of the 2007 ISOH Lifetime Award

David C. Young and John Lucas, winners of the 2007 ISOH Lifetime Award

 

Volker Kluge (right), winner of the 2008 ISOH Lifetime Award

Volker Kluge (right), winner of the 2008 ISOH Lifetime Award

ISOH Karl Lennartz Memorial Book Award

  • 2006 Åge Dalby, Jan Greve and Per Jorsett (NOR) for Olympiske Sommerleker – 1896-2004.
  • 2007 Barbara Keys (AUS) for Globalizing Sport.
  • 2008 Xu Guoqi (CHN) for China and Sports: 1895–2008.
  • 2009 Olympiaboken 2008 published by C.A. Strömberg AB in Vällingby, Sweden.
  • 2010 Kevin McCarthy (IRE) for Gold, Silver and Green: The Irish Olympic Journey 1896-1924
  • 2011 not awarded
  • 2012 Ansgar Molzberger (GER) for Die Olympischen Spiele 1912 Stockholm – Zwischen Patriotismus.und Internationalität
  • 2013 Daniel James Brown (USA) for The Boys in the Boat
  • 2014 Harry Gordon (AUS) for From Athens with Pride – The Official History of the Australian Olympic Movement 1894 to 2014; and Roger Boin, Michel Roosens, Monique van Rulo (BEL) for Victor Boin – Sport als levenskunst
  • 2015 Luke Harris (GBR) for Britain and the Olympic Games 1908 – 1920

 

Genādijs Maričevs, the Olympic historian from Latvia, was honored with the Vikelas Plaque. David Wallechinsky and Markus Osterwalder travelled to Riga to make the presentation: Far right: Latvia’s NOC President Aldons Vrublevskis. [Photo: Markus Osterwalder]

ISOH Vikelas Plaque

  • 2007 Georgios Dolianitis, Konstantinos Georgiadis and Thanassis Tarassouleas (all GRE)
  • 2008 Don Anthony, Philip Barker, Stan Greenberg and Peter Lovesey (all GBR) and Roland Renson (BEL)
  • 2009 C. Robert Paul, Bud Greenspan and Harold E. “Rusty” Wilson (all USA)
  • 2010 André Drevon, Eric Lahmy and Thierry Terret (all FRA)
  • 2011 Åge Dalby and Arild Gjerde (both NOR)
  • 2012 Vladimir Rodichenko and Oleg Milshteyn (both RUS) and Dongguang “Donnie“ Pei (CHN)
  • 2013 Richard Cashman and Ian Jobling (both AUS)
  • 2014 Vilmos Horváth (HUN) and Maria Bulatova (UKR)
  • 2015 David Miller (GBR) and Carlos Hernández Schäfler (MEX)
  • 2016 Stephen Harris (USA); Gennadi Maritchev (LAT); Ruud Paauw (NED)

 

Conrado Durántez, winner of the 2013 ISOH Lifetime Award

Conrado Durántez, winner of the 2013 ISOH Lifetime Award

Journal of Olympic History Article Award

  • 2005 John Findling (USA) for Chicago Loses the 1904 Olympics [JOH 12(2004)3, pp. 24-29]
  • 2006 Guy-Lionel Loew (FRA) for Amateurism and the Olympic Movement: The Stakes of a Definition of Amateurism under the Light of the Case of Karl Schranz [JOH 13 (2005)1, pp. 22-30]
  • 2007 Fabrice Auger for The African Games [JOH 14(2006)1]
  • 2008 Bob Wilcock for The 1908 Olympic Marathon
  • 2009 Marcia De Franceschi Neto-Wacker & Christian Wacker for Rio de Janeiro goes Olympic
  • 2010 Richard Baka for Olympic Glory: An Analysis of Australia’s Success at the Summer Olympics
  • 2011 not awarded
  • 2012 Peter Frenkel for his article Remembering the Munich Massacre: Never Should We Give Way to Terror
  • 2013 Volker Kluge for his article Jesse and Luz – A Century since their Birth – is their Legend still Stronger than the Truth?
  • 2014 Matthew Baniak and Ian Jobling for their article Homosexuality and the Olympic Movement
  • 2015 Laurie Keskinen for her article Morality of the 1912 Olympics: American and British Perspectives on Decadence

 

Wayne Wilson (center), winner of the 2014 ISOH Lifetime Award

Wayne Wilson (center), winner of the 2014 ISOH Lifetime Award

Ian Buchanan Memorial Scholarship

  • 2005 Thomas Zawadzki (GER)
  • 2006 Thomas Wiegand, Heather Dichter and Jan C. Rode
  • 2008 Byron Peacock and Mathew Llewellyn
  • 2009 Toby C. Rider, Rebecca Leopkey, Pascal Charitas
  • 2010 Thomas Ameye (BEL) and Allison Stewart (GBR)
  • 2011 John T. Gleaves (USA)
  • 2013 Brad Congelio (CAN)
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