Jamie Chadwick shortlisted for the BT Sport Action Woman of the Year Awards 2019


Motorsport UK Academy Team UK member Jamie Chadwick has been shortlisted in the BT Sport Action Woman of the Year Awards 2019.

BT has today announced the nominees for the seventh annual BT Sport Action Woman of the Year Award, in association with The Telegraph. In what has been yet another groundbreaking year for women’s sport, the award celebrates eight of 2019’s standout performances by British female athletes.

Twenty-one-year-old Jamie has been nominated for making history this year as she lifted the inaugural W Series trophy, making great strides for British female participation in motorsport in the process.

Jamie is nominated alongside:

  • Dina Asher-Smith – Athletics
  • Pippa Funnell MBE – Horse Riding
  • Jade Jones MBE – Taekwondo
  • Lucy Bronze – Football
  • Dame Sarah Storey – Para-Cycling
  • Bryony Frost – Horse Racing

The winner of the BT Sport Action Woman of the Year Award will be decided by a public vote via the website: btsport.com/actionwoman2019.

The winners will be announced at the BT Sport Action Woman of the Year Awards show, presented by Clare Balding and broadcast and open for anyone to watch, live on BT Sport 1, online and on Twitter from 7.30pm.

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