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VOTE: Action Woman 2017

BT Sport's Action Woman 2017

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Voting, is now closed. The BT Sport Action Woman Awards celebrates the achievements of incredible and inspiring female athletes. The 2017 awards ceremony is live on BT Sport on Monday 4 December . Viewers can watch on BT Sport 2, as well as on BTSport.com and the BT Sport app. The ceremony will feature also feature the Lifetime Achievement and Team of the Year awards - as well as the public vote for Action Woman of the Year. The Action Woman nominees are shown below.

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Tammy Beaumont - Cricket

Was voted player of the tournament, after scoring 410 runs, as England won the 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup on home soil

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Elise Christie - Short-track Speed-skater

Became the first British woman to win world titles at 1000m, 1500m and the overall gold at the 2017 World Championships in Rotterdam

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Hannah Cockroft MBE - Para-athlete

Secured three gold medals at the World Para Athletics Championships in London and broke the world record in the T34 100m race.

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Mallory Franklin – Canoeing

The slalom canoeist became C1 World Champion in both individual and team events

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Johanna Konta - Tennis

Reached a career-high ranking of world number four and became the first British woman to reach the Wimbledon singles semi-finals since in 1978

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Katy McLean MBE – Rugby

England’s record point-scorer guided her side to the final of the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup, where they lost their crown to New Zealand

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Anya Shrubsole – Cricket

Bowled a record 6/46 and was named player of the match in the final as she helped England to victory in the 2017 Women's World Cup

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Jodie Taylor – Football

Won the Euro 2017 Golden Boot, including a hat-trick against arch rivals Scotland, as her goals fired England to the semi-finals