Laureus World Sports Award for Sportswoman of the Year

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

Contents

  • List of winners and nominees 1
  • Statistics 2
  • References 3
  • See also 4

List of winners and nominees

2000 Marion Jones (USA) (Rescinded) Athletics
Lindsay Davenport (USA) Tennis
Gabriela Szabo (Romania) Athletics
2001 Cathy Freeman (Australia) Athletics
Inge de Bruijn (Netherlands) Swimming
Marion Jones (USA) (Rescinded) Athletics
Karrie Webb (Australia) Golf
Venus Williams (USA) Tennis
2002 Jennifer Capriati (USA) Tennis
Inge de Bruijn (Netherlands) Swimming
Stacy Dragila (USA) Athletics
Annika Sörenstam (Sweden) Golf
Venus Williams (USA) Tennis
2003 Serena Williams (USA) Tennis
Marion Jones (USA) (Rescinded) Athletics
Janica Kostelić (Croatia) Alpine Skiing
Paula Radcliffe (United Kingdom) Athletics
Annika Sörenstam (Sweden) Golf
2004 Annika Sörenstam (Sweden) Golf
Inge de Bruijn (Netherlands) Swimming
Justine Henin-Hardenne (Belgium) Tennis
Maria de Lurdes Mutola (Mozambique) Athletics
Paula Radcliffe (United Kingdom) Athletics
Serena Williams (USA) Tennis
2005 Kelly Holmes (United Kingdom) Athletics
Yelena Isinbayeva (Russia) Athletics
Carolina Klüft (Sweden) Athletics
Maria Sharapova (Russia) Tennis
Annika Sörenstam (Sweden) Golf
Leontien Zijlaard-Van Moorsel (Netherlands) Cycling
2006 Janica Kostelić (Croatia) Alpine Skiing
Kim Clijsters (Belgium) Tennis
Tirunesh Dibaba (Ethiopia) Athletics
Yelena Isinbayeva (Russia) Athletics
Carolina Klüft (Sweden) Athletics
Paula Radcliffe (England) Athletics
Annika Sörenstam (Sweden) Golf
2007 Yelena Isinbayeva (Russia) Athletics
Justine Henin (Belgium) Tennis
Carolina Klüft (Sweden) Athletics
Laure Manaudou (France) Swimming
Amélie Mauresmo (France) Tennis
Maria Sharapova (Russia) Tennis
2008 Justine Henin (Belgium) Tennis
Yelena Isinbayeva (Russia) Athletics
Carolina Klüft (Sweden) Athletics
Libby Lenton (Australia) Swimming
Marta (Brazil) Soccer
Lorena Ochoa (Mexico) Golf
2009 Yelena Isinbayeva (Russia) Athletics
Tirunesh Dibaba (Ethiopia) Athletics
Lorena Ochoa (Mexico) Golf
Stephanie Rice (Australia) Swimming
Lindsey Vonn (USA) Alpine Skiing
Venus Williams (USA) Tennis
2010[1] Serena Williams (USA) Tennis
Shelly-Ann Fraser (Jamaica) Athletics
Federica Pellegrini (Italy) Swimming
Sanya Richards (USA) Athletics
Britta Steffen (Germany) Swimming
Lindsey Vonn (USA) Alpine Skiing
2011[2] Lindsey Vonn (USA) Alpine Skiing
Kim Clijsters (Belgium) Tennis
Jessica Ennis (United Kingdom) Athletics
Blanka Vlašić (Croatia) Athletics
Serena Williams (USA) Tennis
Caroline Wozniacki (Denmark) Tennis
2012[3] Vivian Cheruiyot (Kenya) Athletics
Carmelita Jeter (USA) Athletics
Maria Höfl-Riesch (Germany) Alpine Skiing
Homare Sawa (Japan) Soccer
Petra Kvitová (Czech Republic) Tennis
Yani Tseng (Taiwan) Golf
2013 Jessica Ennis (United Kingdom) Athletics
Allyson Felix (USA) Athletics
Lindsey Vonn (USA) Alpine Skiing
Missy Franklin (USA) Swimming
Serena Williams (USA) Tennis
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (Jamaica) Athletics
2014 Missy Franklin (United States) Swimming
Serena Williams (USA) Tennis
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (Jamaica) Athletics
Yelena Isinbayeva (Russia) Athletics
Tina Maze (Slovenia) Alpine Skiing
Nadine Angerer (Germany) Football (Soccer)
2015 Genzebe Dibaba (Ethiopia) Athletics
Valerie Adams (New Zealand) Athletics
Li Na (China) Tennis
Tina Maze (Slovenia) Alpine Skiing
Serena Williams (USA) Tennis
Marit Bjørgen (Norway) Nordic Skiing

Statistics

Nominations

  • By sport:
    • Athletics: 32 (Szabo, Freeman, Dragila, Radcliffe, Mutola, Holmes, Isinbayeva, Klüft, Tirunesh Dibaba, Fraser[-Pryce], Richards, Cheruiyot, Jeter, Ennis, Felix, Genzebe Dibaba and Adams) Three additional nominations for Marion Jones were rescinded.
    • Tennis: 23 (Davenport, Capriati, Serena & Venus Williams, Henin[-Hardenne], Sharapova, Clijsters, Mauresmo, Wozniacki, Kvitová and Na)
    • Golf: 9 (Sörenstam, Webb, Ochoa and Tseng)
    • Swimming: 10 (de Bruijn, Manaudou, Lenton, Rice, Pellegrini, Steffen and Franklin)
    • Alpine Skiing: 9 (Kostelic, Vonn, Höfl-Riesch and Maze)
    • Soccer: 3 (Silva, Sawa & Angerer)
    • Cycling: 1 (Zijlaard-Van Moorsel)
    • Nordic Skiing: 1 (Bjørgen)
  • By country:
    • 22: United States (7:S. Williams - Tennis; 4: Vonn - Alpine Skiing; 3: V. Williams - Tennis; 2: Franklin - Swimming; 1: Capriati - Tennis; 1: Davenport, - Tennis; 1: Dragila; 1: Richards; 1: Jeter; 1: Felix - Athletics) Three additional nominations for Marion Jones have been rescinded.
    • 9: Sweden (5: Sörenstam - Golf; 4: Klüft - Athletics)
    • 8: Russia (6: Isinbayeva - Athletics; 2: Sharapova - Tennis)
    • 6: United Kingdom (3: Radcliffe; 2:Ennis; 1: Holmes - 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: Jamaica (3: Fraser[-Pryce] - Athletics)
    • 3: Germany (1: Steffen - Swimming, 1: Höfl-Riesch - Alpine Skiing, 1: Angerer - Soccer)
    • 3: Ethiopia (2: T. Dibaba; 1: G. Dibaba - Athletics)
    • 2: France (1: Manaudou - Swimming; 1: Mauresmo - Tennis)
    • 2: Mexico (2: Ochoa - Golf)
    • 2: Slovenia (2: Maze - Alpine Skiing)
    • 1: Romania (1: Szabo - Athletics)
    • 1: Brazil (1: Marta [Silva] - Soccer)
    • 1: Italy (1: Pellegrini - Swimming)
    • 1: Mozambique (1: Mutola - Athletics)
    • 1: Denmark (1: Wozniacki - Tennis)
    • 1: Kenya (1: Cheruiyot - Athletics)
    • 1: Japan (1: Sawa - Soccer)
    • 1: Czech Republic (1: Kvitová - Tennis)
    • 1: Taiwan (1: Tseng - Golf)
    • 1: New Zealand (1: Adams - Athletics)
    • 1: China (1: Na - Tennis)
    • 1: Norway (1: Bjørgen - Nordic Skiing)

References

  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. 

See also