Canada Cup, Eisenhower Trophy, Inter-Continental Cup, Maekyung LG Fashion Open Trophy, Muthiah Gold Cup, Nomura Trophy, Paralamdi Trophy, President's Trophy, Prince of Wales Cup, Ryder Cup, and Solheim Cup are some of the most famous trophies in sport.
They were created to recognize excellence in individual sports. The awards are administered by different organizations across the world. They are given out at various times during the year for events held over a series of days or throughout the year for events that don't have a specific end date.
Some trophies remain unclaimed. The James Cagney Award is given out annually by the Major League Baseball Players Association to a player who exhibits the qualities of good citizenship. The award is named after the former player and actor who served as mayor of New York City from 1943 to 1945.
The George Rhodes Memorial Trophy is given out by the Amateur Hockey Association of Canada to an outstanding junior player who has made a significant impact on his team's success. It was established in 1992 in honor of George Rhodes, who was killed in a car accident before the start of the season. The younger brother of Bob Ramsay, who won the first two editions of the Memorial Cup, he was just 17 years old when he died. The oldest surviving recipient of the award is Justin Braun of the Ottawa 67's with five wins.
B.C. Raj Trophy, Rovers Cup (National Championship) The Jules Rimet Award Santosh Award (National Championship) Cup of Kalinga FIFA World Cup Scissor Cup IFA Shield Sir Ashutosh Mukherjee Trophy, Subroto Mukherjee Cup The Todd Memorial Award Cricket Anthony D Trophy Vittal Trophy The Mellow Trophy Ashes Cup, Asia Cup, Benson and Hedges Cup, and Bose Trophy are all competitions.
The original Lord's Cricket Ground was built in 1750 by Henry Blofeld for £10,000 ($15,500). The first recorded match played on the ground occurred in 1805 when London society people watched Thomas Gray's cricket team defeat Cambridge University. In 1877, the ground became the home of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), who have owned it ever since.
Lord's has been the venue for many historic matches and events in English cricket history. It was here that William Lillywhite's XI played England in 1849, and here that Alfred Shaw scored his only century on Test debut against Australia in 1877-78. Charles Bannerman has the record for highest individual score at Lord's - he made 383 not out for Australia against England in 1886-87.
In 1900, Henry Blofeld rebuilt the pavilion at Lord's and in 1909 added the dressing rooms behind it. These buildings were designated as a protected structure under British law because they were able to retain much of their original character. They now serve as one of the headquarters of the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).
Trophies and International Cups
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One of the three domestic or three European prizes is a significant trophy: the League Championship (also known as the Premiership, Premier League) and the FA Cup. The League Cup (also called the Milk Cup, Littlewoods Cup, Rumbalows Cup, Coca-Cola Cup, Worthington Cup, and Carling Cup) is an annual knockout competition open to all professional football clubs in England and Wales. It is played during the winter break between the end of the league season and the start of the new season. A total of four games are played over eight days; each club plays every other team once at home and once away.
The Europa League is an annual international club football tournament contested by the top teams from Europe's top national leagues. It is organized by the European Club Association (ECA), which controls the rights for negotiating with broadcasters and distributing profits. The final phase of the tournament is known as the Champions League. Teams that win their groups advance to the round of 16, where they are seeded based on their performance in the group stage. The two winners of this round qualify for the next year's UEFA Super Cup.
The International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS) has annually since 1990 ranked the most important trophies in world football. In its latest ranking published in 2016, the IFFHS listed the UEFA Champions League as the highest-ranked club trophy in the world. The IFFHS also lists the Taça de Portugal as the highest-ranked cup trophy in the world.
Keep the explanation hidden. Rowing is related with the Wellington Trophy. The Agha Khan Cup, Azlan Cup, and Champions Trophy are the trophies related with hockey. The Davis Cup and Wimbledon are two trophies connected with tennis. The Golden Fleece Award and Silver Scroll Award are two awards given out at the Hollywood Film Awards.
Hollywood has a number of other awards to recognize talent in television, film, and music. The Oscars are awarded for best picture, best director, best actor, best actress, best original score, best adapted score, and best sound editing. There are also several other awards that can be won by individuals or groups of artists or technicians. One of these is the Golden Globe Award, which is presented at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's annual glitzy ceremony celebrating the best in film and television.
The Saturn Award is given out at the American Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' annual event honoring the best in science fiction and fantasy television. It was created by artist and filmmaker Jim Starlin in 1994. He wanted to create an award that would focus on quality over quantity and so he came up with this category. Since its creation it has been won by such talents as Alain Delon (1995), Sylvester Stallone (1996), Peter Jackson (1997), Julie Taymor (1998), Jonathan Nolan (2001), Christopher Nolan (2010, 2011), and J.J.