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    In 2019, Ash Barty reached No. 1 in the world in singles by the Women's Tennis Association, making her one of only five Australians to ever hold the title. Ash returned to tennis in 2016 after taking time off to pursue her love of cricket. On her return, she was ranked 325th in the world. Since then Ash has gone from strength to strength, winning multiple titles including the Grand Slam singles title at the 2019 French Open and the Grand Slam doubles title at the 2018 US Open. Ash’s outstanding return to the game has seen her climb the ranks at breathtaking pace whilst her down-to-earth nature has earnt her respect from players, fans and commentators around the globe.

    To keep her ahead of the game, Ash drives the Jaguar F-PACE, offering a unique combination of everyday practicality, efficiency and performance.


    Tara Rushton is a leading broadcaster at Fox Sports Australia, where she presents and hosts live football coverage everywhere from the studio to the side-lines. Tara forged her own path, working and living in Hong Kong, London and Singapore, and has earned her position as one of Australia’s best sports presenters. Tara intrigues audiences with her fresh perspective, shining a new light on contemporary sport in Australia and around the globe.

    Tara drives the Jaguar F-PACE, our luxury performance SUV. The F-PACE is a sporty drive that combines intuitive features and versatile storage. Keeping Tara at the top of her game.


    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.