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It’s Christmas time – and that means it’s also time for the 2019 BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards.
On Sunday, stars from across the sporting world will gather at the P&J Live Arena in Aberdeen to celebrate a memorable 12 months.
Aside from the coveted main honour – first presented back in 1954 – there will be a host of other prizes dished out.
But when is the programme broadcast? How can I follow it? And where can I vote?
What is Sports Personality of the Year?
BBC Sports Personality of the Year – or SPOTY for short – is one of the most prized awards in British sport, as it is voted for by the general public.
Past winners include Sir Mo Farah, Sir Andy Murray, Andrew Flintoff, Dame Kelly Holmes, Jonny Wilkinson, David Beckham, Paula Radcliffe and Bobby Moore.
Presenters Gary Lineker, Clare Balding and Gabby Logan will take to the stage to celebrate the year of sport in front of an audience of 10,000, with millions more watching live on BBC One.
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Who is shortlisted for Sports Personality?
The six contenders, chosen by an expert panel, were announced last month. They are:
- Dina-Asher-Smith – Athletics:First British woman to win a major global sprint title as she claimed world 200m gold in a new national record time. Also picked up silver medals in the 100m and 4x100m.
- Lewis Hamilton – Formula 1: Claimed sixth world title, one behind Michael Schumacher’s record. His overall career tally of 83 grand prix
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