Welcome to The Musial Awards, a one-of-a-kind event celebrating extraordinary sportsmanship and all that’s right in sports. Hosted annually in St. Louis,
The Musial Awards recognize the greatest moments and stories of sportsmanship
from around the country. It is the most meaningful and inspiring night in sports.
Representing all levels of athletics – pro, college, high school and youth –
Musial award winners are honored for remarkable acts of class, character,
kindness, perseverance and selflessness in sports. Those in attendance are
treated to an incredibly uplifting, entertaining and unforgettable program.
Formerly the National Sportsmanship Awards, the event is now named in honor of
St. Louis sports icon and Cardinals Hall of Famer Stan Musial. Stan the Man
embodied dignity, generosity, excellence, civility and integrity – attributes that
define the recipients of “the Musial.” A fitting tribute to Stan, The Musial Awards
will forever celebrate his legacy of class and sportsmanship.
KSDK-TV (NBC) in St. Louis was the
broadcast home for the 2012 National Sportsmanship Awards. You can watch the uplifting show that aired in December by
clicking on the video player below.
In addition to viewing the KSDK broadcast, you can interact with the
Musial Awards by clicking on the following links:
The Musial Awards are produced by the National Sportsmanship Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit organization managed by the St. Louis Sports Commission. The National Sportsmanship Foundation is a national movement based in St. Louis aiming to change the way society views and values sportsmanship. Its focus is on positively impacting youth through sportsmanship behaviors. By building better sports, the organization strives to help shape more productive, responsible and healthy adults for the future who will contribute to a more civil society.
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The Musial Awards are produced by the St. Louis Sports Commission and the National Sportsmanship Foundation.
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