Ash Barty is currently ranked No 1 in Australian Tennis for both women's singles and doubles having recently returned to the professional game. Ash has gone from strength to strength, winning the Malaysian Open singles, her first Grand Slam double title at the US Open and just recently, the prestigious Newcombe Medal. Ash will be teaming up with Australian No 4 Matt Ebden at the upcoming Hopman Cup in Perth. To keep Ash ahead of the game, she will be driving the Jaguar F-PACE, offering a unique combination of everyday practicality, efficiency and performance.
Curtis McGrath, an ex Combat Engineer for the Australian Army, lost both his legs to an IED blast while serving in Afghanistan. 20 minutes after being injured, Curtis told his mates "You'll see me at the Paralympics". Since then, Curtis has gone from strength to strength. He is now representing his country in the Australian Paracanoe Team, and is the current World Champion in both the 200m KL2 200m sprint kayak and the VL2 200m outrigger canoe sprint.
Adam Gilchrist AM, nicknamed "Gilly" or "Churchy", is a former Australian cricketer and one of the most explosive batsmen in world cricket. He was the captain of Australia and Middlesex; an attacking left-handed batsman and record-breaking wicket-keeper who redefined the role for the Australia national cricket team through his aggressive batting. He is widely regarded as the greatest wicket-keeper–batsman in the history of the game.
Milos Raonic, a Canadian professional tennis player, is currently ranked as tennis’ world number seven. On the court, his strong serve has won him a Grand Slam final at the 2016 Wimbledon Championships. While off the court, his work in philanthropy led him to open the Milos Raonic Foundation for children with physical disabilities. He joins an impressive list of Jaguar ambassadors including fellow ATP top 10 players, Andy Murray and Kei Nishikori.