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Sport's Personality of the Year 2013

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Sport's Personality of the Year 2013

Tonight from 19:40 on BBC 1.
Shortlist for the Sport's Personality of the Year are:
Sir Ben Ainslie - Sailor
Ian Bell - Cricketer
Hannah Cockroft - Wheelchair racer
Mo Farah - Runner
Chris Froome - Cyclist
Leigh Halfpenny - Rugby Player
AP McCoy - Jockey
Andy Murray - Tennis Player
Christine Ohuruogu - Runner
Justin Rose - Golfer
Been a year of many great sporting achievements which is why there are so many potential candidates. All of them worthy winners in their own right.
My prediction for the title is:
1) Mo Farah
2) Sir Ben Ainslie
3) Andy Murray
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Re: Sport's Personality of the Year 2013

Can't argue with your prediction.

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Re: Sport's Personality of the Year 2013

For some reason, I thought the Olympics were in the summer  Huh
I am going mad! Well...I think it's a lot more open than I thought.
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Re: Sport's Personality of the Year 2013

AP McCoy in third...Lee Halfpenny in second....Andy Murray winner
That's a bit of a surprise.
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Re: Sport's Personality of the Year 2013

especially as Murray has no personality..

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Re: Sport's Personality of the Year 2013

A fact he freely admits too.

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