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It's been a busy year in sport, from the Olympics and Euro 2016 to Andy Murray reaching the top of the tennis rankings.


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tennis rankings, Adam Wilde and Jess pricing are takers on a trip through

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the year's sporting highlights, in the review 2016, the in sport.

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Hello and welcome to Salford, the home of BBC sport.

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With the Olympics, the Paralympics, the European Championship, and a

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whole host of other major sporting events, 2016 was a year that began

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full of optimism, and it did not disappoint.

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2016 was eight years of extraordinary sporting achievement,

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athletes striving to go faster, higher, stronger, if those were the

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names then this is very much their award, heroes Parade, returning

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Paralympics and Olympians, many are living up to the high expectations,

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so many surpassing it. There's only one place really we can start this

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review of 2016, and that is some 6000 miles away, from the murky

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Manchester, Rio, where this heroes Parade, really began. Brazil

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welcomes the world. But just two would be lining up

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beside them after months of claims and revelations of widespread

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doping? Russia were at the Olympics, their track and field team were not.

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But as they say in sport you can only beat what is in front of you.

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Team GB, at times, were beating everybody.

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Adam Peaty takes Olympic call for Great Britain.

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In the pool, the best British games for over a century. Above the waves

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around the base, roaming in Rio was truly spectacular. And it is Great

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Britain who are men's Olympic champions. It is carnival time for

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Great Britain. History being written and then

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rewritten. These were tales of triumph, passion, Britain confound

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its golden touch. All games need their superstars, we had plenty.

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Some catapulted themselves onto the biggest stage. For others, a final

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flourish before a fond farewell. There were those that arrived as

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superstars, Levi's legend. He is going what he always does, it is

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called again. The triple trouble. The greatest ever. Andy Murray. A

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double Olympic gold medallist. Some were making history. Some were

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doing what no Brit had done before. Some award no one had done, for a

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very long time. Justin Rose of Great Britain takes Olympic gold. Whilst

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others, well, they were just doing what they have always done. Mo Farah

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has gone, he is away, he is going to get gold for Great Britain again.

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The double double. Arise Sir Mo Farah. But amidst such company even

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giving everything might not be enough. At times it was... Trust.

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That is the golden goal. Great Britain, they have won the Olympic

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gold medal. Marvellous moments in the marvellous city, and that was

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before the Paralympics arrived. When they did, those special moments just

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kept on coming. 147 medals for Paralympics GB, 64 of them gold.

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Again and again expectations were met, and then exceeded. You can see

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a detailed review of all the Rio games on the BBC News channel over

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the festive period. So many extraordinary achievements on which

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to look back and enjoy. Thank you, Rio. Few people could have predicted

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the scale of the success for Great Britain in Rio, but then perhaps

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2016 was the year of unexpected triumphs. And there were no bigger

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shocks anywhere than in the Premier League.

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In the beginning I felt something special of -- but of course I could

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never have imagined this. There were no odds I would have taken. 10

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million to one, I would have thought, no, it is just wasting ?1.

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It is impossible. In January, February... The more

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that the games past, we started to believe, maybe, you know?

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We are in the Champions League, man! Come on! There's only one chance in

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life. This is our chance. The title has

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gone for Tottenham. Claudio Ranieri, wins the Premier League, Leicester

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City are the champions of England. Seeing my team do this it has been

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amazing. We've done it! This is a team of players where they

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have been plucked from other clubs, free transfers, it is just the most

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incredible achievement, I believe, in British sport.

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I cannot get my head around it. I think it is genuinely the biggest

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sporting shock in... Probably all sport. I cannot think of anything

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that surpasses it in team sports. And it means I have to wear my pants

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presenting much of the dates? The fans are dreaming. Keep dreaming.

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Why wake up? A repeat of that season was always a

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lot to ask but they did continue the journey into the Champions League.

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There were hopes of another upset in the FA Cup, Crystal Palace went

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ahead, but their joy would not last. A rare moment of triumph for Louis

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Van Gaal is his reign came to a rather inevitable end. The League

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Cup went to Manchester also, city defeating Liverpool on penalties,

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the Reds were also defeated in the Europa League final. Manchester

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clubs dominated the domestic cup competitions, the woman also did

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their bit, Manchester City winning the Continental cup in the woman's

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super league. A more established name and the FA Cup. Arsenal ladies

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winning for a 14th time in front of a record crowd. In Scotland, Celtic

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were champions again. With Glasgow city dominant in the women's game,

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and at Hampden Park, the long wait for a Scottish Cup ended for Hibs.

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And Celtic, League Cup champions, after it was awarded for a second

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time in 2016. But for the other home nations, well, plenty of tales to

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tell from their summer holidays. With Wales, Northern Ireland, and

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England, all making it to the European Championship in France,

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hopes were high for a summer to remember. But at times those

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memories were threatened with being tarnished, violent England fans a

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worrying reminder of tournaments gone by. On the pitch,

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disappointingly it was the same story. A late Russian equaliser in

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Marseille set the tone for another tournament to forget. A horrible end

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to the night. But whilst they were underachieving, Northern Ireland and

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Wales, well, they were far exceeding expectations. 2-0, Niall McGinn! For

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those, it was a first European Championship. Even a late, late

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defeat against England could not stop the Wales journey. Air a high

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note for England, but it was Wales who carried on the song. Ramsey,

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on-site, Aaron Ramsey with a chip, and Wales have the lead! Ramsey, we

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think it through to Gareth Bale, he is onside, surely this time... Wales

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3-0 Russia. That is what it means to the fans. Look at them. In Paris

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they would meet Northern Ireland. What a moment for everybody

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involved. Only one team could progress, a heartbreaking end for my

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colonial's team, in particular, Gareth McAuley. Another Welsh win,

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and they go to the quarterfinals. With the Northern Ireland Truman

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over they left with plenty of credit and plenty of new friends. If only

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the same could be said for England. Ahead against one of the

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tournament's big surprises, Iceland, it did not last. Iceland have turned

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it round, they lead. Defeat was as humbling and humiliating as anything

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in living memory. There is disbelief right around the ground. From

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England fans, and Iceland supporters. The England manager, Roy

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Hodgson, has resigned in the past few minutes... Now was the time for

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somebody else to oversee the progress of this young, hungry,

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extremely talented group. So it was left to Wales to fly the

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flag for the home nations, a quarterfinal against Belgium,

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perhaps the most magnificent night in their football history. Williams!

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Towards Robson Carnot. Taylor is available. What a touring, and a

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goal. Go and wake your kids up. Something special is happening here

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tonight. Wales are going into the semifinal! Portugal were waiting.

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For most fans, even beyond their wildest dreams, passion,

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determination, and the desire, had carried them further than anybody

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thought possible, but even all that just was not quite enough. It is all

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over for Wales. It will be Portugal in the final on Sunday. Welcome to

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the end of the month long party. Too upset that fringe party, Portugal

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took the time. 109 minutes, to be precise. But the wait for a first

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major tournament win was over. The stadium is stunned. Kings of Europe.

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Portugal. Back home, for Wales, hopes that this now might begin a

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new era of success. Wales came to the airport and I got my shoe and my

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book signed. For England, a new era also. But there would be no success.

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Tonight at ten, a significant error of judgment means that Sam Allardyce

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is no longer the England football manager. He had been in the job for

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just two months. The FA has terminated its contract with

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immediate effect... So in came Gareth Southgate, the third manager

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in as many matches for England. And as the football Association

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continued to recover, above them, Fifa we trying to start afresh with

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a new man in charge of rescuing the damaged reputation of the

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organisation. Danny Willett was not even supposed

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to be at the US Masters, let alone win it, but the early arrival of his

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baby son are looking to take part. His round finished, he watched on

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from the courthouse as a Jordan Spieth collapsed. A quick call to

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tell his new family that he would be bringing home a very special

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souvenir. The 2016 US Masters champion, Danny Willett... There was

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a first major winner two at Royal Troon in the Open Championship, an

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astonishing final round from Henrik Stenson and in the claret jug. In

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the woman's British Open, we are in Chana Gann became the first major

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champion from Thailand, in fact this was a year of maiden major winners,

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Dustin Johnson taking the US open and Jimmy Walker securing the PGA.

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All this made for one of the most eagerly anticipated Ryder cups in

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recent memory. Raucous, emotionally charged, as we have come to expect,

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but, for Europe, they could not quite live up to the expectation, a

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first US triumph since 2008. 2016 was full of success for sporting

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great, but that still only one who can lay claim to being the greatest.

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And this was the year we said goodbye. In June, Dali died at the

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age of 74. We will not see like again. Boxing owes him a great debt,

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for British fighters and has been some year. They now have a

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glittering array of world champions. But Tyson Fury is no longer amongst

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them, his battles outside of the Ring continue. In Formula One, Lewis

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Hamilton was the defending champion, with his eyes and a fourth world

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title. The season began in Melbourne, and he quickly realise

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retaining that crown would not be easy. Victory for team-mate, Nico

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Rosberg, in the opening race, Hamilton second, the town set for

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the season. By the time they reach Barcelona the lead of Rosberg was 43

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points, on the track they too would be much closer. A crash on that one

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open the door for Max Mushtaq tapping, Formula One's youngest ever

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race winner. At Silverstone Hamilton was out on his own, leading from

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start to finish, now just one point separated the pair. But in Malaysia

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Hamilton's hopes appeared to go up in smoke. So down to the jewel in

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the desert in Abu Dhabi. Victory for Hamilton, but it was not enough to

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stop Nico Rosberg winning his first world title. It came just days

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before his shock retirement. The year in rugby union began as

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always with a bang, in the six Nations tournament, and whilst all

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teams had their moments, the story of success was built here at the

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home of English rugby. They had been, a site in crisis, but a new

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coach, a new captain, and suddenly they were looking like a new team,

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and in this tournament, nobody could compete.

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A glorious Grand Slam one on foreign shores but built in England. Fowler,

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just the beginning, they had to go to the other side of the world to

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see just how far they had come. A 3-0 whitewash of Australia and again

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the rugby world was taking note, fittingly, it was back at

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Twickenham, against Austria, that England completed the flawless year.

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They have beaten everybody put before them. In the woman six

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Nations, France were crowned champions. Whilst in the club game

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Saracens were all conquering, premiership and Champions Cup

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winners, core triumphing in the pro 12. Welcome to Wembley Stadium for

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one of the showpiece events of the sporting summer. In rugby league

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2016 was a year history making achievement and heartbreaking near

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misses. Alessi had famously never won at Wembley, ahead, just, against

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Warrington, but they managed to cling on, as the Wolves agonisingly

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it slip. Listen to the noise. The black-and-white. Warrington did win

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the league shield, when it really mattered, at the grand final, again,

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they fell short. Just, C, Wigan are the super league champions. The four

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nations then was there an opportunity to test British rugby

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league against the game down under, for Scotland, the progress continues

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apace. A draw with New Zealand, their greatest ever result. For

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England, disappointment. Defeat to the Kiwis and then eventual winners

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Australia shows the northern hemisphere is still some way behind.

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England's hearts are being ripped out.

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For England's cricketers, an eventful year. An historic series

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win over South Africa, and then against Sri Lanka, captain, Alastair

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Cook, became the youngest batsman ever to 10,000 test runs. Series

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against Pakistan, Bangladesh, and I, were rather less successful, but the

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real heartbreak came at the world T20, all the way to the final,

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before falling final hurdle. Victory battered from their grasp, Carlos

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Brathwaite and the West Indies, uncontrollable, Ben Stokes and

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England, inconsolable. It was a double for the West Indies as they

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claimed the women's title as well. Drama only rivalled by the end of

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the County Championship season. Middlesex, winners, and one of the

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tightest finishes in years. So much of sport is about getting across the

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line first. 33/1 shot rule the world lived up to his name, winning the

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Grand National. On-board was teenager, David Mullings, proving

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that even on his 169 running, this great rate is still a couple of

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fairy tales. There are others for whom crossing that line first is now

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a familiar feeling. A third to de France title for Chris Froome, it

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feels amazing, I mean, it really could be the first one all

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over it is just such a special, it is a combination of months of hard

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work, of Almighty made, all the support of the team, and what it

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symbolises, standing in this final podium, on the Shamsul user here in

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Paris, it is just,... It is monumental, such an amazing feeling.

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But being the first to cross the line is not always everything.

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Getting to the finish can be a triumph also. 2016 was the year of

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the 1,000,000th finisher of the London Marathon. Just a little

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behind Jim Imus Omron, and Elliot Chaudhry, who missed the world

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record by an agonising seven seconds. Getting to the end, just,

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was Johnny Brownlee. The heat of Cozumel taking its toll, even on one

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of sport's very best. Being helped toward the line by his brother,

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Alistair, one of the defining images of the. Second place, and second

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place overall in the world triathlon series. But there are some who won't

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mind being put to the line. Just 13 minutes after Leicester City won the

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Premier League, another of the city's sons, Mark Selby, became the

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World Snooker champion. Quite a double celebration.

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Even in this crowded year of sport of this corner of South West London

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remains centrestage, for two summer weeks at least, there history is

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rich in glory and triumph, still, for the British, Wimbledon had

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remained, for that one, something just to watch and admire. More

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recently, and in 2016 in particular, there was so much here to celebrate.

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The crowds stayed always come, and now with a little added expectation,

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to go with all that hope. Having lost the Australian

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Vienna French Open finals, Andy Murray was again the flag bearer for

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British tennis, but these days he is not quite alone. The Brodie on the

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other side of the net, and the all British VAT and the round one, the

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signs are encouraging is the result was. And it is a welcome back to

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this FW 19th for Andy Murray, straight sets. For Murray there

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would be tougher times ahead, not in round two. For a moment, it looked

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like he was in trouble, but it was only a moment. A tour de force from

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Andy Murray. John Millman, flawed in straight sets, Murray, through to

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but something far less familiar was happening on Court one. There will

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be no Novak Djokovic in week two at Wimbledon. There was no way chance

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for Andy Murray. All he had to do was take it. Against Nick curiosity

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that is exactly what he did. Ruthless, clinical, and he is a

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quarterfinalist yet again. But if you was making things look simple,

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the quarterfinal, against a Jo Wilfred Tsonga, was anything there

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will be no Novak Djokovic in week two at Wimbledon. There was now a

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chance for Andy Murray. All he had to do was take it. Against Nick

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curiosity that is exactly what he did. Ruthless, clinical, and he is a

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quarterfinalist yet again. But if you was making things look simple,

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the quarterfinal, against Jo Wilfred Tsonga, was anything arms raised

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aloft, another triumph on centre. A five set marathon. Thomas Berdych in

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the semifinal proved little obstacle. Andy Murray in straight

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sets, a demolition job, really. That is Sunday afternoon taking care of.

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The men's singles final is between Mule is Routledge Canada and Andy

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Murray of Thomas Berdych in the semifinal proved little obstacle.

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Andy Murray in straight sets, a demolition job, really. That is

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Sunday afternoon taking care of. The men's singles final is between meal

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is Routledge Canada and Andy Murray of Great Britain. He is there.

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Straight sets again. Wimbledon champing, and again, a supreme

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performance, a first-class tournament. Andy Murray. For the

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woman's Trophy, another familiar name. The Wimbledon champion, Serena

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Williams. A 22nd grand slam title, equalling the record by Steffi Graf.

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But this year at Wimbledon had a very British fiddle. Heather Watson,

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mixed doubles champion. Jordan while, wheelchair doubles champion.

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And as for Gordon Reid, he was peerless, winning the wheelchair

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doubles with Alfie Hewitt before going it alone to take he is there.

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Straight sets again. Wimbledon champing, again, a supreme

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performance, a first-class tournament. Andy Murray. For the

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woman's Trophy, another familiar name. The Wimbledon champion, Serena

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Williams. A 22nd grand slam title, equalling the record by Steffi Graf.

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But this year Wimbledon had a very British fiddle. Heather Watson,

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mixed doubles champion. Jordan while, wheelchair doubles champion.

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And as for Gordon Reid, he was peerless, winning the wheelchair

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doubles with Alfie Hewitt before going it alone to take the singles

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title. Brilliant moment for British tennis. And it was a story that

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would just get better. . Good luck Andy, you have always been our

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number one, we love you. Go on, world number one, win it. Come on,

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you can do this. You are world number one and you should stay good

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luck Andy, you have always been our number one, we love you. Go on,

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world number one, win it. Come on, you can do this. You are world

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number one and you should stay number one. Game, set and match,

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Andy Murray. 2-0, 6-2, 6-1. Wimbledon and Olympic champion, Andy

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Murray, finishing the year ranked as the best in the world. His brother,

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Jamie, doubles world number one, with Gordon Reid also at the top and

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Johanna Konta in the top ten, it has been an incredible year for British

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tennis. And there was still one more piece of history to be made. Nobody

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had ever been awarded the BBC sports personality of the year three times,

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game, set and match, Andy Murray. 2-0, 6-2, 6-1. Wimbledon and Olympic

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champion, Andy Murray, finishing the year ranked as the best in the

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world. His brother, Jamie, doubles world number one, with Gordon Reid

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also at the top and Johanna Konta in the top ten, it has been an

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incredible year for British tennis. And there was still one more piece

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of history to be made. Nobody had ever been awarded the BBC sports

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personality of the year three times, few have ever done more to deserve

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it than Andy Murray. . The BBC sports personality of the year 2016

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is Andy Murray. It has been an amazing year for sport and I am very

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proud to be a part of it, thank you, I hope you all have a the BBC sports

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personality of the year 2016 is Andy Murray. It has been an amazing year

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for sport and I am very proud to be a part of it, thank you, I hope you

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all have a great a rugby league World Cup, and the Ashes, there's

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plenty to look forward to. Thank you for watching.

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