BT Sport Action Woman Awards

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The BT Sport Action Woman Awards are a series of monthly and yearly awards presented by BT Sport to the sports-woman or female sports team, usually British, who has been adjudged to have been the best of that month or year. The public vote for the winner from a list of nominations picked by BT Sport.

Action Woman of the Year[edit]

BT Sport Action Woman of the Year
CountryUnited Kingdom
Presented byBT Sport
First awarded2013

The BT Sport Action Woman of the Year Award is decided based on a public vote, which features a list of ten nominations picked by BT Sport. Every nominee is backed by their own ambassador, whether it be from the world of sport or entertainment. The first winner of the award in 2013 was announced and presented with the award on The Clare Balding Show in January 2014.[1] The 2014 award winner was announced and presented with it at the first BT Sport Action Woman of the Year Awards ceremony held at the BT Sport studios in December 2014.[2][3] The same will happen in 2015.[4][5][needs update]

Year Winner Runner-up Third place Other Nominations Ref
2013 Rachel Atherton
(Downhill mountain biking)
Natasha Dowie
(Association football)
Non Stanford
(Triathlon)
Ellie Simmonds (Swimming)
Heather Knight (Cricket)
Sophie Christiansen (Equestrian)
Charley Hull (Golf)
Katie Summerhayes (Skiing)
Christine Ohuruogu (Track and field)
Laura Robson (Tennis)
[6][7]
[8][9]
[10][11]
[12][13]
2014 Charlotte Dujardin
(Equestrian)
Shauna Coxsey
(Rock climbing)
Jo Pavey
(Track and field)
Charlotte Edwards (Cricket)
Jordanne Whiley (Tennis)
Fara Williams (Association football)
Emily Scarratt (Rugby union)
Helen Glover and Heather Stanning (Rowing)
Claudia Fragapane (Artistic gymnastics)
Lizzy Yarnold (Skeleton)
[14][15]
[16][17]
[18][19]
[20][21]
2015 England national team
(Association football)
England national team
(Field hockey)
Rachel Atherton
(Downhill mountain biking)
Jessica Ennis-Hill (Track and field)
England national team (Association football)
Nicola Adams (Amateur boxing)
Oxford Boat Race crew (Rowing)
Rachel Atherton (Downhill mountain biking)
Sarah Outen (Adventure)
England national team (Field hockey)
Georgina Hermitage (Track and field)
Johanna Konta (Tennis)
Lizzie Armistead (Road cycling)
[22][23]
[24][25]
[26][27]
[28][29]

Action Woman of the Month[edit]

BT Sport Action Woman of the Month
CountryUnited Kingdom
Presented byBT Sport
First awarded2014

The BT Sport Action Woman of the Month Award is decided based on a public vote, which features a list of usually five nominations picked by BT Sport. Each winner is announced and presented with their award on The Clare Balding Show.

2014[edit]

Month Winner Other Nominations Ref
January
February Lizzy Yarnold (Skeleton)
Eve Muirhead (Curling)
Jenny Jones (Snowboarding)
Susie Wolff (Formula one)
Joanna Rowsell (Track cycling)
[30]
March Kelly Gallagher (Alpine Skiing)
Charlotte Evans (Skiing)
Laura Massaro (Squash)
Katarina Johnson-Thompson (Track and field)
Charley Hull (Golf)
Quevega (National hunt racing)
[31]
April Zoe Smith (Weightlifting)
Charlotte Evans (Skiing)
Jazz Carlin (Swimming)
Charlotte Dujardin (Equestrian)
Lizzie Armitstead (Road cycling)
[32]
May Heather Watson (Tennis)
Shauna Coxsey (Rock climbing)
Becky Downie (Artistic gymnastics)
Morgan Lake (Track and field)
Helena Costa (Association football)
[33]
June Helen Glover and Heather Stanning (Rowing)
Jo Harten (Netball)
Dina Asher-Smith (Track and field)
Katie Ormerod (Snowboarding)
The Elena Baltacha Foundation
[34]
July Libby Clegg (Track and field)
Claudia Fragapane (Artistic gymnastics)
Shona Richards (Track and field)
Jordanne Whiley (Tennis)
Kat Copeland and Imogen Walsh (Rowing)
[35]
August Emily Scarratt (Rugby union)
Eniola Aluko (Association football)
Jo Pavey (Track and field)
Zara Phillips (Equestrian)
Great Britain 4x100 m relay team (Track and field)
[36]
September Joanne Eccles (Equestrian)
Samantha Murray (Modern pentathlon)
Emma Pooley (Road cycling)
Tiffany Porter (Track and field)
The Members of the Royal & Ancient
Golf Club at St Andrews (Golf)
[37]
October
November
December

2015[edit]

Month Winner Other Nominations Ref
January Katie Summerhayes (Skiing)
Heather Watson (Tennis)
Stephanie Roche (Association football)
Sarah Outen (Adventure)
[38]
February Katarina Johnson-Thompson (Track and field)
Jade Jones (Taekwondo)
Sarah Storey (Track and Road cycling)
Samantha Murray (Modern pentathlon)
Katy McLean (Rugby union)
[39][40]
March Lizzy Yarnold (Skeleton)
Heather Watson (Tennis)
Zoe Gillings (Snowboarding)
Nina Carberry (National hunt racing)
Bethany Firth (Swimming)
[41]
April Anastasia Chitty (Rowing)
Ellie and Becky Downie (Artistic gymnastics)
Jazmin Carlin (Swimming)
Charlotte Dujardin (Equestrian)
Dani King (Road cycling)
[42]
May Dina Asher-Smith (Track and field)
Rachel Atherton (Downhill mountain biking)
Pamela Cookey (Netball)
Bianca Walkden (Taekwondo)
Great Britain 4x400 m relay team (Track and field)
[43]
June Samantha Davies (Yachting)
Great Britain national team (Field hockey)
Kat Copeland and Charlotte Taylor (Rowing)
Nicola Adams (Amateur boxing)
Hannah Barnes (Road cycling)
[44]
July England national team (Association football)
Tully Kearney (Swimming)
Jordanne Whiley (Tennis)
Shu Pillinger (Ultra cycling)
Shara Proctor (Track and field)
[45]
August Jessica Ennis-Hill (Track and field)
Bianca Walkden (Taekwondo)
Victoria Pendleton (Amateur jockey)
Maddie Hinch (Field hockey)
Rachel Atherton (Downhill mountain biking)
[46]
September Danielle Carter (Association football)
Non Stanford and Vicky Holland (Triathlon)
Johanna Konta (Tennis)
Lizzie Armistead (Road cycling)
Abbey Ling, Charlotte Kerwood and Kirsty Barr
(Trap shooting)
[47]
October
November
December

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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