Female Athlete of the Year – History

This award is now named the Kristina Groves trophy.

2019: Ivanie Blondin, Speed Skating – two-time Olympian in 2014, 2018
2018: Isabelle Weidemann, Speed Skating – 2018 Olympian
2017: Rachel Homan, Curling – 2018 Olympian
2016: Erica Wiebe, Wrestling – 2016 Olympian, gold medallist
2015: Melissa Bishop, Athletics – two-time Olympian in 2012, 2016
2014: Ivanie Blondin, Speed Skating – two-time Olympian in 2014, 2018
2013: Rachel Homan, Curling – 2018 Olympian
2012: Courtnay Pilypaitis, Basketball – 2012 Olympian
2011: Kate Goodfellow, Rowing
2010: Kristina Groves, Speed Skating – two-time Olympian in 2006, 2010, four-time Olympic medallist
2009: Kristina Groves, Speed Skating – two-time Olympian in 2006, 2010, four-time Olympic medallist
2008: Kristina Groves, Speed Skating – two-time Olympian in 2006, 2010, four-time Olympic medallist
2007: Kristina Groves, Speed Skating – two-time Olympian in 2006, 2010, four-time Olympic medallist
2006: Kristina Groves, Speed Skating – two-time Olympian in 2006, 2010, four-time Olympic medallist
2005: Elizabeth Urbach, Rowing
2004: Kristina Groves, Speed Skating – two-time Olympian in 2006, 2010, four-time Olympic medallist
2003: Melanie Banville, Gymnastics – 2004 Olympian

Prior to 2003 there was just one Athlete of the Year selected. The history of those awards is available here.