Lukas Rehmann (Germany) and Lisa Taylor (Great Britain) both won the Routledge Presentation Award for best conference presentation by an Early Career Scholar at the 2019 ISHPES Congress in Madrid.
Recent Western University (Canada) PhD Ornella Nzindukiyimana wins 2019 Gigliola Gori Early Career Scholar award at ISHPES Congress in Madrid, Spain, presenting her research: ‘That’s Jean Lowe’: On Being a Black Canadian Female Track Athlete in 1940s Toronto.
At the Congress in Madrid, Spain, ISHPES honored Heather Dichter as the 2019 ISHPES Award winner. The American scholar Heather Dichter, PhD, is Associate Professor at the De Montfort University, Leicester, UK, where she teaches in the Leicester Castle Business School and is a member of the International Centre for Sports History and Culture.
At the 2019 ISHPES Congress in Madrid, Spain, Dr Pierre-Olaf Schut, Professor of Sports History at Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University, presented the 2019 Routledge Keynote Address.