The Don Award is an annual award presented in Australia, in recognition of the sporting achievement of the year which has inspired the people of Australia.
The ward is named after legendary Australian cricketer Donald "Don" Bradman. It can be awarded to an individual or a team. Tennis player Ash Barty, hurdler Sally Pearson and pole vaulter Steve Hooker are the only athletes to have won the award twice.
|2020||Australia Women's Cricket Team||Cricket|
|2018||Kurt Fearnley||Paralympic athletics|
|2016||Michelle Payne||Horse Racing|
|2010||Lydia Lassila||Aerial Skiing|
|2006||The 2006 Socceroos||Football|
|2003||Damien Oliver||Horse Racing|
|2002||Steven Bradbury||Short Track Speed Skating|
|2002||Alisa Camplin||Aerial Skiing|
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