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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 1 HD as well as btsport.com and the BT Sport App on Monday 9 December from 7.30pm. The ceremony will also feature the Lifetime Achievement and Team of the Year awards.

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Dina Asher-Smith

Dina Asher-Smith

Athletics

It was another year to remember for last year’s Action Woman of the Year as the 23-year-old grabbed a gold (200m) and two silver (100m & 4x100m) medals from this year’s World Championships, sending British records tumbling in the process.

Jade Jones MBE

Jade Jones MBE

Taekwondo

The two-time Olympic champion won the first World Taekwondo title of her career as she looks to become the first British woman to win three individual golds at three separate Olympics next year in Tokyo.

Dame Sarah Storey

Dame Sarah Storey

Para-Cycling

The cycling legend took her World Championship gold medal tally to 35 following her victories in the road race and time trial at this year’s UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships.

Jamie Chadwick

Jamie Chadwick

Motorsport

The youngster made history this year as she lifted the inaugural W Series trophy, making great strides for British female participation in racing in the process.

Bryony Frost

Bryony Frost

Horse Racing

The 24-year-old made history in March when she became the first female jockey to win a Grade One race over fences at the Cheltenham Festival. Shortly afterwards she was crowned Champion Conditional jockey of the year.

Katarina Johnson-Thompson

Katarina Johnson-Thompson

Athletics

KJT ended her wait for a global outdoor title as she stormed to heptathlon gold at the World Championships, setting a personal best and a new British Record along the way.

Pippa Funnell MBE

Pippa Funnell MBE

Horse Riding

Funnell’s return to winning ways after 14 years was testament to the 50-year-old’s dedication and perseverance: winning the Burghley Horse Trials and a team silver at the European Championships.

Lucy Bronze

Lucy Bronze

Football

2019 saw Bronze cement herself as one of the best players in the world, with great success both domestically and internationally. The defender helped Lyon to an historic treble, lifted the She Believes Cup with the Lionesses, won the FIFA Women’s World Cup Silver Ball and UEFA's Women’s Player of the Year Award.

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