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TGR’s ‘Lindsey Vonn: The Final Season’ Nominated for Two Emmy Awards

Lindsey Vonn: The Final Season, Teton Gravity Research's documentary following the legendary ski racer, has been nominated for two Emmy Awards: Outstanding Sports Promotional Announcement and Outstanding Camera Work. The full documentary is currently available on HBO and its related streaming services.

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“We’re thrilled that Lindsey Vonn: The Final Season has received the attention it has, and two Sports Emmy Nominations are a credit to the entire TGR crew that worked on this film in collaboration with HBO,” said directors Steve and Todd Jones. “Lindsey and her team gave us unprecedented access because they trusted and respected our crew, and the feeling was mutual throughout the production of the film. The film reveals Lindsey’s sacrifice as well as her unrivaled commitment to success, and we were thankful to play a role in telling the story of her last year on the mountain."

The awards ceremony has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, and has yet to be rescheduled, so it's hard to say when the winners will be revealed.

The full list of nominees is as follows:

OUTSTANDING SPORTS PROMOTIONAL ANNOUNCEMENT
2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup
ESPN-There’s No Place Like Sports
Lindsey Vonn: The Final Season
Pariah: The Lives and Deaths of Sonny Liston
Unrivaled: Earnhardt vs. Gordon

OUTSTANDING CAMERA WORK
24/7 (Kelly Slater)
The Dawn Wall
Inside the NFL
Lindsey Vonn: The Final Season
Super Bowl LIV

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