Laureus World Sports Award for Sportswoman of the Year

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List of winners and nominees of the Laureus World Sports Awards: Sportswoman of the Year

List of winners and nominees[edit]

2000 United States Marion Jones (USA) (Rescinded) Athletics
United States Lindsay Davenport (USA) Tennis
Romania Gabriela Szabo (Romania) Athletics
2001 Australia Cathy Freeman (Australia) Athletics
Netherlands Inge de Bruijn (Netherlands) Swimming
United States Marion Jones (USA) (Rescinded) Athletics
Australia Karrie Webb (Australia) Golf
United States Venus Williams (USA) Tennis
2002 United States Jennifer Capriati (USA) Tennis
Netherlands Inge de Bruijn (Netherlands) Swimming
United States Stacy Dragila (USA) Athletics
Sweden Annika Sörenstam (Sweden) Golf
United States Venus Williams (USA) Tennis
2003 United States Serena Williams (USA) Tennis
United States Marion Jones (USA) (Rescinded) Athletics
Croatia Janica Kostelić (Croatia) Alpine Skiing
United Kingdom Paula Radcliffe (United Kingdom) Athletics
Sweden Annika Sörenstam (Sweden) Golf
2004 Sweden Annika Sörenstam (Sweden) Golf
Netherlands Inge de Bruijn (Netherlands) Swimming
Belgium Justine Henin-Hardenne (Belgium) Tennis
Mozambique Maria de Lurdes Mutola (Mozambique) Athletics
United Kingdom Paula Radcliffe (United Kingdom) Athletics
United States Serena Williams (USA) Tennis
2005 United Kingdom Kelly Holmes (United Kingdom) Athletics
Russia Yelena Isinbayeva (Russia) Athletics
Sweden Carolina Klüft (Sweden) Athletics
Russia Maria Sharapova (Russia) Tennis
Sweden Annika Sörenstam (Sweden) Golf
Netherlands Leontien Zijlaard-Van Moorsel (Netherlands) Cycling
2006 Croatia Janica Kostelić (Croatia) Alpine Skiing
Belgium Kim Clijsters (Belgium) Tennis
Ethiopia Tirunesh Dibaba (Ethiopia) Athletics
Russia Yelena Isinbayeva (Russia) Athletics
Sweden Carolina Klüft (Sweden) Athletics
England Paula Radcliffe (England) Athletics
Sweden Annika Sörenstam (Sweden) Golf
2007 Russia Yelena Isinbayeva (Russia) Athletics
Belgium Justine Henin (Belgium) Tennis
Sweden Carolina Klüft (Sweden) Athletics
France Laure Manaudou (France) Swimming
France Amélie Mauresmo (France) Tennis
Russia Maria Sharapova (Russia) Tennis
2008 Belgium Justine Henin (Belgium) Tennis
Russia Yelena Isinbayeva (Russia) Athletics
Sweden Carolina Klüft (Sweden) Athletics
Australia Libby Lenton (Australia) Swimming
Brazil Marta (Brazil) Soccer
Mexico Lorena Ochoa (Mexico) Golf
2009 Russia Yelena Isinbayeva (Russia) Athletics
Ethiopia Tirunesh Dibaba (Ethiopia) Athletics
Mexico Lorena Ochoa (Mexico) Golf
Australia Stephanie Rice (Australia) Swimming
United States Lindsey Vonn (USA) Alpine Skiing
United States Venus Williams (USA) Tennis
2010[1] United States Serena Williams (USA) Tennis
Jamaica Shelly-Ann Fraser (Jamaica) Athletics
Italy Federica Pellegrini (Italy) Swimming
United States Sanya Richards (USA) Athletics
Germany Britta Steffen (Germany) Swimming
United States Lindsey Vonn (USA) Alpine Skiing
2011[2] United States Lindsey Vonn (USA) Alpine Skiing
Belgium Kim Clijsters (Belgium) Tennis
United Kingdom Jessica Ennis (United Kingdom) Athletics
Croatia Blanka Vlašić (Croatia) Athletics
United States Serena Williams (USA) Tennis
Denmark Caroline Wozniacki (Denmark) Tennis
2012[3] Kenya Vivian Cheruiyot (Kenya) Athletics
United States Carmelita Jeter (USA) Athletics
Germany Maria Höfl-Riesch (Germany) Alpine Skiing
Japan Homare Sawa (Japan) Soccer
Czech Republic Petra Kvitová (Czech Republic) Tennis
Taiwan Yani Tseng (Taiwan) Golf
2013 United Kingdom Jessica Ennis (United Kingdom) Athletics
United States Allyson Felix (USA) Athletics
United States Lindsey Vonn (USA) Alpine Skiing
United States Missy Franklin (USA) Swimming
United States Serena Williams (USA) Tennis
Jamaica Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (Jamaica) Athletics
2014 United States Missy Franklin (United States) Swimming
United States Serena Williams (USA) Tennis
Jamaica Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (Jamaica) Athletics
Russia Yelena Isinbayeva (Russia) Athletics
Slovenia Tina Maze (Slovenia) Skiing
Germany Nadine Angerer (Germany) Football (Soccer)

Statistics[edit]

Nominations

  • By country:
    • 18: United States (S. Williams - Tennis, 5: V. Williams - Tennis, 3: Capriati - Tennis, 1: Davenport, - Tennis, 1: Dragila - Athletics, 1: Richards - Athletics, 2: Vonn - Alpine Skiing, 1: Jeter - Athletics, 1) Three additional nominations for Marion Jones have been rescinded.
    • 9: Sweden (5: Sörenstam - Golf; 4: Klüft - Athletics)
    • 7: Russia (5: Isinbayeva - Athletics; 2: Sharapova - Tennis)
    • 5: United Kingdom (3: Radcliffe; 1: Holmes; 1:Ennis - Athletics)
    • 5: Belgium (3: Henin-Hardenne; 2: Clijsters - Tennis)
    • 4: Netherlands (3: de Bruijn - Swimming; 1: Zijlaard-Van Moorsel - Cycling)
    • 4: Australia (1: Freeman - Athletics; 1: Webb - Golf; 1: Lenton - Swimming, 1: Rice - Swimming)
    • 3: Croatia (2: Kostelic - Alpine Skiing; 1: Vlasic - Athletics)
    • 3: Germany (1: Steffen - Swimming, 1: Höfl-Riesch - Alpine Skiing, 1: Angerer - Soccer)
    • 2: France (1: Manaudou - Swimming; 1: Mauresmo - Tennis)
    • 2: Ethiopia (2: Tirunesh Dibaba - Athletics)
    • 2: Mexico (2: Ochoa - Golf)
    • 1: Brazil (1: Marta [Silva] - Soccer)
    • 1: Italy (1: Pellegrini - Swimming)
    • 1: Jamaica (1: Fraser - Athletics)
    • 1: Mozambique (1: Mutola - Athletics)
    • 1: Kenya (1: Cheruiyot - Athletics)
    • 1: Japan (1: Sawa - Soccer)
    • 1: Czech Republic (1: Kvitová - Tennis)
    • 1: Taiwan (1: Tseng - Golf)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2010 Laureus World Sports Awards Winners are Announced". Laureus Foundation. 10 March 2010. Retrieved 7 October 2010. 
  2. ^ "2011 Laureus World Sports Awards Winners are Announced". Laureus Foundation. 7 february 2011. Retrieved 7 february 2011. 
  3. ^ "2012 Laureus World Sports Awards Winners are Announced". Laureus Foundation. 6 February 2012. Retrieved 15 July 2012. 

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