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2004


The Laureus Regatta/Panerai Trophy

Sponsored by Officine Panerai and Mercedes-Benz, the Laureus Regatta/Panerai Trophy is one of the high-profile sports events staged in the lead-up to the Awards ceremony. It is competed for over two days and is a contest between eight Nautor Swans, which are among the most distinguished high-performance sailing yachts of the high seas. They are all traditionally steered by skippers of international reputation, including helmsmen who have taken part in the America’s Cup in New Zealand. In the Laureus Regatta/Panerai Trophy there are the same competition rules as in the most prestigious sailing race in the world.On the first day, each team is opposed to the other seven boats. Each victory scores one point. On the second day, the four boats with the highest scores move to the semi-final, where the skipper with the highest score chooses his opponent. In each semi-final, the first skipper to score three victories will take part in the final. In the final the first skipper to win three victories will be judged the overall winner. Since 2002 the regatta has been dedicated to Sir Peter Blake, one of the greatest sailors who died tragically in 2001 after being attacked by pirates on a sailing expedition to the Amazon.


Luminor Marina Montecarlo 2000

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Automatic mechanical movement, exclusive Panerai calibre OP III. COSC certificate. 40mm diameter case, AISI 316L brushed steel. Blue dial with luminous markers and Arabic numerals. 300 m water-resistance. Brushed steel bracelet.


Laureus World Sports Awards

Laureus World Sportsman of the Year

Tiger Woods

Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year

Marion Jones

Laureus World Team of the Year

Manchester United

Laureus World Newcomer of the Year

Sergio Garcia

Laureus World Comeback of the Year

Lance Armstrong

Laureus World Sportsperson of the Year with a Disability

Louise Sauvage

Laureus World Alternative Sportsperson of the Year

Shaun Palmer

Sport for Good Award

Eunice Kennedy Shriver

Laureus Lifetime Achievement Award

PelĂŠ


Luminor Marina Regatta 2001

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Automatic mechanical movement, exclusive Panerai calibre OP III. COSC certificate. 44mm diameter case, AISI 316L polished steel. Black dial with luminous markers and Arabic numerals. 300 m water-resistance. Panerai personalised rubber strap and polished steel buckle.


Laureus World Sports Awards

Laureus World Sportsman of the Year

Tiger Woods

Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year

Cathy Freeman

Laureus World Team of the Year

French Men’s Football Team

Laureus World Newcomer of the Year

Marat Safin

Laureus World Comeback of the Year

Jennifer Capriati

Laureus World Sportsperson of the Year with a Disability

Vinny Lauwers

Laureus World Alternative Sportsperson of the Year

Mike Horn

Sport for Good Award

Kip Keino

Laureus Lifetime Achievement Award

Sir Steven Redgrave


Luminor GMT Regatta 2002

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Automatic mechanical movement, exclusive Panerai calibre OP VIII. COSC certificate. 44mm diameter case, AISI 316L polished steel. Black dial with luminous markers and Arabic numerals. 300 m water-resistance. Panerai personalised alligator strap and polished steel adjustable buckle.


Laureus World Sports Awards

Laureus World Sportsman of the Year Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year

Michael Schumacher Jennifer Capriati

Laureus World Team of the Year Laureus World Newcomer of the Year Laureus World Comeback of the Year

Australian Cricket Team Juan Pablo Montoya

Laureus World Sportsperson of the Year with a Disability Goran Ivanisevic Laureus World Alternative Sportsperson of the Year Sport for Good Award

Esther Vergeer

Laureus Lifetime Achievement Award

Bob Burnquist


Luminor Chrono Regatta 2003

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Automatic mechanical movement, exclusive Panerai calibre OP XII. COSC certificate. 40mm diameter titanium/steel case. Blue dial with luminous markers and Arabic numerals. 100 m water-resistance. Titanium/steel bracelet.


Laureus World Sports Awards

Laureus World Sportsman of the Year Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year

Lance Armstrong Serena Williams

Laureus World Team of the Year Laureus World Newcomer of the Year Laureus World Comeback of the Year

Brazil football team Yao Ming

Laureus World Sportsperson of the Year with a Disability Ronaldo Laureus World Alternative Sportsperson of the Year Sport for Good Award

Michael Milton

Laureus Lifetime Achievement Award

Dean Potter


Luminor Submersibile Regatta 2004


To celebrate the 2004 Laureus Regatta / Panerai Trophy within the framework of the Laureus World Sport Awards, Officine Panerai has created a diver’s professional watch in a strictly limited and numbered series, the Luminor Submersible Regatta, of which 500 units only will be produced. To celebrate the 2004 Laureus Regatta / Panerai Trophy within the framework of the Laureus World Sport Awards, Officine Panerai has created a diver’s professional watch in a strictly limited and numbered series, the Luminor Submersible Regatta, of which 500 units only will be produced. To celebrate the 2004 Laureus Regatta / Panerai Trophy within the framework of the Laureus World Sport Awards, Officine Panerai has created a diver’s professional watch in a strictly limited and numbered series, the Luminor Submersible Regatta, of which 500 units only will be produced.


Laureus Spor for Good Foundation

The Laureus Sport for Good Foundation was set up to promote the use of sport as a tool for social change. Its work focuses on helping young people overcome poverty, homelessness, war, violence, drug abuse, discrimination and AIDS. To achieve this goal, the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation supports 21 projects worldwide, a number of which is growing each year. It is the fundamental belief of the Foundation that the interplay of the rewards of participation, the spur of competition and the requirement for cooperation that sport provides produce an irresisitible force for progressive social change. Members of the Laureus World Sports Academy have volunteered their services in this cause as global ambassadors, visiting projects to encourage young people to participate in sport and to draw public attention to their plight. Since its formation, the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation has influenced the lives of over 100,000 young people.


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