Tag Archives: Sportswoman of the Year

The Sports History Chronicle Sportswoman of the Year 2019 is Brigid Kosgei. The Greatest Sportswomen of the Decade

My shortlist for world sportswoman of 2019 is: Brigid Kosgei (Kenya- Athletics) – unbeaten in eight races on the road including three half-marathons and both marathons.  She smashed the world record. Tove Alexandersson (Sweden – Orienteering) – won three golds … Continue reading

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Sports History Chronicle British Sportswoman of the Year 2019: Alice Tai – @alice__tai and The Greatest British Sportswomen of the Decade

As I have done for the previous seven years I have decided on my choices as the outstanding British and world sportsman, sportswoman and team in the year 2019.  This year I have also made my choices in the same … Continue reading

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Sports History Chronicle World Sportswoman of the Year 2018: Simone Biles

My shortlist for world sportswoman of 2018 is: Shaunae Miller-Uibo (Bahamas – Athletics) – Unbeaten across five events in 15 races (13 finals and 2 preliminaries) – World lead and three wins at 400m with the world’s fastest time since … Continue reading

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Sports History Chronicle British Sportswoman of the Year 2018: Dina Asher-Smith

As I have done for the previous six years I have decided on my choices as the outstanding British and world sportsman, sportswoman and team in the year 2018. Firstly my choice as the British sportswoman of the year. Some … Continue reading

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The Sports History Chronicle World Sportswoman of the Year 2017 is Evgenia Medvedeva

The outstanding sportswomen of 2017 who I considered for my choice of world sportswoman of the year: Svetlana Kolesnichenko the Russian who won four golds in synchronized swimming at the world championships. Laura Dahlmeier the German who won five gold … Continue reading

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Sports History Chronicle British Sportswoman of the Year 2017: Bianca Walkden

As I have done for the last five years I have decided on my choices as the outstanding British and world sportsman, sportswoman and team in the year 2017. Firstly my choice as the British sportswoman of the year for … Continue reading

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The Sports History Chronicle World Sportswoman of the Year 2016: Katie Ledecky

My shortlist for world sportswoman of the Year is: Almaz Ayana (Ethiopia – Athletics)- the woman who produced the most extraordinary performance of the Olympics when she smashed the world 10,0000m record.  The record had stood since 1993 and had … Continue reading

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