Yes, Python won the Best Open Source Programming Language award in the Linux New Media awards at CeBIT 2009. (CeBIT is the world's largest computer expo.) Here's the link below:
CeBIT 2009: OpenStreetMap Wins Two Linux New Media Awards
Though the page linked above is titled "OpenStreetMap wins ...", it has a paragraph about Python winning the Best Open Source Programming Language award.
The paragraph says:
Knoppix inventor Klaus Knopper handed over the Best Open Source Programming Language prize, this year hotly disputed among the jury. The distinction went to Python. "The thing can do anything," Knopper expressed. Martin von Löwis of the Python Foundation accepted the award for the Python community.
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