BBH Singapore and Innored South Korea each take home a prestigious Grand Award at the Clio Sports Awards in New York

Hero Shot Avatars.jpgTNF_image3.jpgThe Clio Sports Awards has just revealed its 2017 Grand Winners in a ceremony at the Capitale in New York.

Two of the nine Grand Clio winners were from Asia - BBH Singapore's Nike's "Unlimited Stadium" and Innored Korea's "Extreme Shopping" for The North Face.

Clio Sports Awards is an event honouring creative excellence in sports marketing and advertising. Annually, sports marketing executives, commissioners, broadcasters and athletes alike, convene to select from an international pool of submissions. Nike, Under Armour, Gatorade, North Face, Foot Locker, ESPN, Adidas and the Paralympics 'We're the Superhumans' are among the world-class sports brands that have been recognised this year.

BMF Sydney's 'You've Gotta Have a Team' for the Football Federation Australia (FFA) was awarded two Grand Clio awards.
We afl need a team.jpg4Creative London Paralympics' "We're the Superhumans" also won two Grand statues. Other Grand winners include ESPN Sao Paulo's "Kobe's Rules Book",  LatinWorks Austin for MLB's "Ponle Acento", SapientRazorfish New York for Dove's "Dear Media"

Clio Sports Awards is an event honouring creative excellence in sports marketing and advertising. Annually, sports marketing executives, commissioners, broadcasters and athletes alike, convene to select from an international pool of submissions. Nike, Under Armour, Gatorade, North Face, Foot Locker, ESPN, Adidas and the Paralympics 'We're the Superhumans' are among the world-class sports brands that have been recognised this year.

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