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The BT Sport Action Woman Awards celebrates the achievements of incredible and inspiring female athletes. The awards ceremony will be live on BT Sport 2 as well as btsport.com and the BT Sport App on Monday 3 December. The ceremony will also feature the Lifetime Achievement and Team of the Year awards.For full Terms and Conditions click here
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A sensational year saw Dina win gold in the 100m, 200m and the 4x100m at the European Championships and gold (4x100m) and bronze (200m) at the Commonwealth Games. She ended the season as the joint fastest woman in the world in the 100m and the fastest woman in the world in the 200m.
Lizzy Yarnold OBE
Britain’s most decorated winter Olympian announced her retirement in October after successfully retaining her gold medal in Pyeongchang in February.
Was named PFA and FWA Women’s Player of the Year, plus has been nominated for the inaugural women’s Ballon d’Or after stunning a 2017-18 campaign, which saw Chelsea win the WSL and FA Cup double.
The 22-year-old became the first English winner of the Women’s British Open in 14 years at Royal Lytham & St Annes, finishing two shots ahead of the pack at 17 under par.
Crowned triathlon world champion for the first time, after a fantastic second place finish in the Grand Final on Australia’s Gold Coast.
Laura Kenny CBE
Returned to competition after giving birth to her son, winning double gold at the European Championships in Glasgow and double gold at the recent World Cup event in Canada
Menna Fitzpatrick MBE & Jen Kehoe MBE
Visually impaired skiing
Britain’s most successful female Paralympians won four medals at the winter Olympics – including gold in the visually-impaired slalom.
Nominated for the Women's Ballon d'Or after winning the Champions League with French side Lyon, and helping them secure a twelfth straight league title.