Sarah Jones, Bianca Chatfield and Lara Pitt hosting Women in Sport Awards

Women in Sport

The WinS Awards ceremony recognises women who have made an exceptional impact in their sporting code

The Women’s Health Women in Sport (WinS) Awards returns this Sunday, October 16 at 7.30pm AEDT, with Fox Sports exclusively broadcasting the event as part of an ongoing commitment to celebrate and champion female athletes competing from grassroots through to the elite level.

The WinS Awards ceremony – now in its tenth year – recognises women who have made an exceptional impact in their sporting code and inspire the next generation of sporting talent in Australia.

Fox Sports’ Sarah Jones

The event, hosted by Fox Sports’ Sarah Jones, Bianca Chatfield and Lara Pitt, will be exclusively broadcast live and ad-free on Fox Sports, available to watch on Foxtel and stream on Kayo Sports via Kayo Freebies.

The evening will begin with a star-studded list of Australian athletes on the red carpet, before the awards ceremony commences – celebrating unforgettable moments, competitors and teams.

The 2022 award categories include: Local Sporting Champion, Leadership Legend, Outstanding Woman in Sport, Person of Sporting Influence, One to Watch, Champion Team, Standout Moment, Young Achiever, Women’s Health Athlete 2022 and Hall of Fame Induction.

Jessica Fox of Australia competes in the first round of heats during the 2022 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup Final on September 02, 2022 in La Seu d’Urgell, Spain. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)

Fox Sports has also recently launched a new campaign, Just Watch Me, to celebrate and spotlight the very best in female sporting talent as part of the biggest month ever of women’s sport on Foxtel and Kayo Sports.

The blockbuster month sees AFLW, NRLW, Netball Internationals, WBBL, LPGA and select Ladies European Tour events, and more crossover throughout September and October with wall-to-wall action for the Foxtel Group’s 2.5 million sports subscriber base.

The campaign leverages Fox Sports’ on-air talent, ambassador and editorial network to put women’s sport front and centre – championing those leading the way on and off the field.

The Women in Sport Awards begins at 7.30pm AEDT this Sunday on Fox Sports Channel 505, directly following New Zealand taking on Australia in the netball Constellation Cup.

Cara Koenen of Australia (R) and her team mates line up for their national anthem prior to the Constellation Cup International Test Match between the New Zealand Silver Ferns and the Australia Diamonds at Christchurch Arena on March 06, 2021 in Christchurch, New Zealand. (Photo by Kai Schwoerer/Getty Images)

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