As Laureus World Sports Awards' India partners, Firstpost brings you the five final nominees for Best Sporting Moment of the Year Award for the 2018 edition:
One of the October nominees for the Laureus Award for the 'Best Sporting Moment of the Year' is Bradley Lowery for his incredible bravery in his fight against neuroblastoma.
League Cup: Everton, Sunderland to sport Bradley Lowery Foundation shirts in upcoming clash to raise money
Everton and Sunderland, the two football clubs most associated with the late Bradley Lowery who became one of the iconic faces of last season's Premier League campaign, are to raise money for the foundation named after him on Wednesday.
Six-year-old die-hard Sunderland fan Bradley died on 7 July having been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer named neuroblastoma when he was 18 months old.
Lowery suffered from a rare form of cancer neuroblastoma and had of late been receiving palliative care at his home.
England striker Jermain Defoe visited best friend Bradley Lowery to say an emotional goodbye to the youngster on Friday after moving to AFC Bournemouth from Sunderland.
A five-year-old Sunderland fan, who has terminal cancer, was adjudged joint winner of the BBC's December goal of the month award.
5-year old Bradley Lowery, who has cancer, had his name chanted and received applause in the 5th minute of the PL game between Sunderland and Everton.