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Cast your ESPY vote: Best Female Action Sports Athlete  

Layne Beachley
Credentials: From Manly, Australia, she won her first surfing world title in 1998 and hasn't looked back since, setting an unprecedented record by winning her sixth consecutive ASP world title in 2003.

Past ESPY's: none

Aleisha Cline
Credentials: Since 1999, Cline has won five golds of the six years at the Winter X Games in Skier X. From January 2002 until November 2003, Aleisha won nine out of 14 skiercross competitions.

Past ESPY's: none

Dallas Friday
Credentials: For 2003, Dallas performed the best run in the history of women's wakeboarding at the Malibu Open. She took first at the Masters and finished first in both the Vans Triple Crown and the Pro Wakeboard Tour.

Past ESPY's: none

Hannah Teter
Credentials: For the 2002 and 2003 season, Teter stood on the podium for eight of the eleven halfpipe competitions. The 16-year-old was ranked second overall in the Vans Triple Crown, Grand Prix and World Snowboard Federation Halfpipe. Winning the gold at the 2003 Winter X Games, Hannah went on to win the title for the Vans Triple Crown in halfpipe and took home silver for slopestyle. Hannah is the first woman to land a 900 in halfpipe competition.

Past ESPY's: none.

past winners
'03 Shaun White

'02 Kelly Clark

'01 Shaun Palmer

'00 Tony Hawk

The 2004 ESPY winners will be announced during the ESPY Awards on July 14, 2004 and on the ESPN telecast on July 18 at 9 p.m. ET.

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