It was in Monaco where the very first Laureus Awards were held in 2000 and where President Nelson Mandela made the speech which ushered in the creation of Laureus Sport for Good, a movement that uses the power of sport to end violence, discrimination and disadvantage and shows that sport really can change the world.
Now Laureus is back, still honouring the greatest sporting achievements of the year, and also showcasing our humanitarian work around the world.
The greatest names in sport, past and present, will join celebrities from the worlds of entertainment, fashion and business at the Awards Ceremony on what promises to be an evening to remember.
"Sport has the power to change the world" 🌎 https://t.co/A15DS6Alow
No racquet, no problem! 😅 @rogerfederer https://t.co/6en3EXEsRI
An incredible performance from Laureus Academy Member @CathyFreeman! 👏 https://t.co/ORoPocpb0r
Check out a few of our best moments from the weekend's sport! Which were yours? https://t.co/LHO63JNr7c
Congratulations Laureus Ambassador @marcmarquez93 on another #MotoGP win! 🏍🏁👏 https://t.co/kqvww03Hv6
Congratulations to Team Europe on winning the inaugural Laver Cup! 🏆🇪🇺🎾 https://t.co/qX1KfcKFuf
3️⃣5️⃣ Grand Slams 🎾 7️⃣ Laureus Awards 🏆 2️⃣ Legends 🙌 https://t.co/VKRLNTwicr
Congratulations again boys on this incredible achievement! 🏌🏼🇲🇳👏🐶 @TheLongestHole https://t.co/mp41uKlZce