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AIS Sport Performance Awards

The AIS Sports Performance Awards (ASPAs) recognise Australia’s leading athletes, teams, coaches and administrators by celebrating their outstanding achievements.

The 2015 Award finalists and winners were recognised on Wednesday 24 February 2016 at an awards ceremony and cocktail function at The Star, Sydney.

Congratulations all of the winners, listed below. A big thank you to the sponsors for their generous support on the night.

Category Winner
Team of the Year (public vote)
Australian Diamonds (Netball)
Personality of the Year (public vote) David Pocock (Rugby Union)
Female Athlete of the Year Emily Seebohm (Swimming)
Male Athlete of the Year Jason Day (Golf)
International Team of the Year Australian Diamonds (Netball), Women’s Team Pursuit (Cycling)
Emerging Athlete of the Year Ben Simmons (Basketball)
Para Performance of the Year Alistair Donohoe (Cycling)
Coach of the Year Michael Bohl (Swimming)
Award for Leadership Mark Anderson (Swimming)
Sporting Moment of the Year (media vote) Michelle Payne wins Melbourne Cup

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