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Lauren Jackson
Lauren Jackson enters the Australian Sports Hall of Fame for her decorated career in Women's Basketball.
Ashley Barty
Ashleigh Barty has credited the "unconditional love" from her parents for her Hollywood-style rise to world number one tennis player.

Key points:

This was Barty's third straight Newcombe Medal win
She finishes the year as world number one after winning the French Open and the WTA Finals
She also earned over $10 million prize money in 2019
The humble superstar paid a heartfelt tribute to her mother Josie, father Robert and first coach Jim Joyce after winning the Newcombe Medal for the third str
Westfield Matildas
The Australian women’s soccer team took out top spot on the BenchMark EC Ladder, a survey conducted by True North Research to gauge the emotional connection fans have with their teams. It’s the second successive year that a national women’s sporting team has taken out the No.1 ranking after the women’s rugby sevens side (second this season) took out top spot last year.
Rhiannon Iffland
Rhiannon Iffland is from Nords Wharf, and she is smashing records all over the world for the unique, and exhilarating sport of cliff diving.

She's just sealed her 4th World title with one event left to go in the series, after a jump from a bridge in Bosnia Hertzigovina earned her four perfect 10's from the judges.
Tracey Hannah
Tracey is Australia's Elite MTB World Champion.
Ellen Jones
Ellen Jones is Australia's first Open Women's World Champion in water Skiing.
Hannah Green
Australia’s latest major champion Hannah Green has capped an extraordinary 2019 season by receiving the most prestigious award in Australian golf, the Greg Norman Medal.
Ellyse Perry
Australia has been well represented in the ICC's annual women's cricket awards, but it is star all-rounder Ellyse Perry who shone brightest, winning the Rachael Heyhoe-Flint medal for women's cricketer of the year.
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Ellen Jones

Ellen Jones is Australia's first Open Women's World Champion in water Skiing.