Template:Infobox sports award

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{{{name}}}
[[File:{{{image}}}|{{{image_size}}}|alt={{{alt}}}|upright=1|{{{alt}}}]]
{{{caption}}}
Sport{{{sport}}}
Competition{{{competition}}}
Discipline{{{discipline}}}
Given for{{{givenfor}}}
English name{{{english}}}
Local name{{{localnames}}}
Nickname{{{nickname}}}
Sponsored by{{{sponsor}}}
Venue{{{venue}}}
Country{{{country}}}
Presented by{{{presenter}}}
History
First award{{{first}}}
Editions{{{number}}}
Final award{{{last}}}
First winner{{{firstwinner}}}
Most wins{{{mostwins}}}
Most recent{{{mostrecent}}}
Website{{{url}}}

Usage[change source]

{{Infobox sports award
| name        =
| image       =
| image_size  =
| alt         =
| caption     =
| sport       =
| competition =
| discipline  =
| givenfor    =
| english     =
| localnames  =
| nickname    =
| sponsor     =
| location    =
| country     =
| presenter   =
| first       =
| number      =
| last        =
| firstwinner =
| mostwins    =
| mostrecent  =
| url         = <!-- {{URL|example.com}} -->
}}

Purpose[change source]

The sports award infobox provides a standardised quick overview of all types of sports awards. It provides a quick overview of the main details of the award in an easy to view sideframe to the main article proper.

Parameters[change source]

Parameter Description
name common name, usually the same as the article title
image ideally a picture of the award
sports the type of sport the award is used in
competition the competition the award is used in
discipline the discipline the award is used in
givenfor the type of achievement that the award is given for
english name in English
localnames an {{unbulleted list}} for local names, use {{native name|xx|...}} (where xx is the two letter language code) to indicate language
nickname nickname (if any), if a local nickname then also supply a translation
sponsor the person, group or organisation that monetarily sponsors the award
location the location or venue where the award is presented
country the country of the presenter or where the award is presented
presenter the person, group or organisation that presents the award
first year the award was first used
number number of awards given
last year of final award, not most recent
firstwinner winner of the first award
mostwins an {{unbulleted list}} of record winners
mostrecent winner of the most recent award
pastwinners collapsed list of past winners of award
url web address; use {{URL}}

Style guide[change source]

Wikilinking[change source]

As per the manual of style entry on linking, years should not be linked as they do not provide much benefit to the user. Linking of other entries is discouraged as most of these links will present themselves in the article's introduction.

Nationality icons[change source]

Use {{flagathlete}} to fully comply with WP:MOSICON.

Example[change source]

Combativity award
Jersey red number.svg
SportRoad bicycle racing
CompetitionTour de France
Given forFighting spirit
Local nameLe Prix de la combativité  (French)
CountryFrance
History
Editions42 (as of 2050)
First winner Gérard Saint (FRA)
Most wins
  •  Eddy Merckx (BEL)
  •  Bernard Hinault (FRA)
  •  Richard Virenque (FRA)
3 times
Most recent Sylvain Chavanel (FRA)
{{Infobox sports award
| name          = Combativity award
| current_event =
| image         = Jersey_red_number.svg 
| sport         = Road bicycle racing
| competition   = Tour de France
| discipline    =
| givenfor      = Fighting spirit
| english       =
| localnames    = {{native name|fr|Le Prix de la combativité}}
| nickname      =
| sponsor       =
| location      =
| country       = France
| presenter     =
| first         = 1959
| number        = 42 (as of 2050)
| last          =
| firstwinner   = {{flagathlete|Gérard Saint|FRA}}
| mostwins      = {{unbulleted list|{{flagathlete|Eddy Merckx|BEL}}|{{flagathlete|Bernard Hinault|FRA}}|{{flagathlete|Richard Virenque|FRA}}}}
:''3 times''
| mostrecent    = {{flagathlete|Sylvain Chavanel|FRA}}
| pastwinners = {{unbulleted list
 |1953 {{flagathlete|Wout Wagtmans|NED}}|
 |1954 {{flagathlete|Lucien Lazarides|FRA}} {{flagathlete|François Mahé|FRA}}|
 |1955 {{flagathlete|Charly Gaul|LUX}}|
...
}}
}}

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