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Sports Personality of the Year: Who's on the shortlist?

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Six of the UK’s most impressive sporting champions are up for the honour of being named Sports Personality of the Year tomorrow night. Who is nominated this year, and who is the bookies favourite to win?

Tomorrow’s Sports Personality of the Year ceremony will be a close competition with six of the UK’s favourite athletes up for the top prize.

The BBC has shortlisted Tom Daley, Tyson Fury, Adam Peaty, Emma Raducanu, Raheem Sterling and Dame Sarah Storey for the Sports Personality of the Year 2021.

Recent winners include Lewis Hamilton, Sir Mo Farah and Andy Murray.

The last female winner of the coveted award was Zara Phillips in 2006; this year’s favourite Emma Raducanu would have only been four years old!

How do I watch Sports Personality of the Year?

The awards ceremony will be broadcast on BBC One tomorrow, Sunday, December 19.

The programme starts at 6:45pm and finishes at 9pm.

Gary Lineker, Clare Balding, Alex Scott and Gabby Logan will be hosting the awards ceremony.

The biggest win of the night – Sports Personality of the Year – is usually the last award to be given, following other awards championing coaches, young people and other athletes.

Who’s most likely to win Sports Personality of the Year 2021?

Emma Raducanu, who made history when she won the US Open this summer aged just 18, is the current frontrunner, with odds of 1/20 according to betfair.

Tom Daley’s odds of winning are 12/1 following his Olympic Gold win in Tokyo, and a Bronze medal in the same competition making him the first British diver to win four medals.

Boxer Tyson Fury’s odds are at 20/1 currently.

Gold medallist swimmer Adam Peaty’s odds are currently at 66/1.

One of England’s top players in the Euros this summer, Marcus Rashford faces odds of 100/1 according to betfair.

Dame Sarah Storey is Britain’s most decorated paralympian with 28 Paralympian medals in swimming and cycling. Her odds are 150/1.

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Every Sports Personality of the Year winner from 1954 to 2020

1950s

1954 Sir Chris Chataway

1955 Gordon Pirie

1956 Jim Laker

1957 Dai Rees

1958 Ian Black

1959 John Surtees

1960s

1960 David Broome

1961 Sir Stirling Moss

1962 Anita Lonsbrough

1963 Dorothy Hyman

1964 Mary Rand

1965 Tommy Simpson

1966 Bobby Moore

1967 Sir Henry Cooper

1968 David Hemery

1969 Ann Jones

1970s

1970 Sir Henry Cooper

1971 HRH Princess Anne

1972 Dame Mary Peters

1973 Sir Jackie Stewart

1974 Sir Brendan Foster

1975 David Steele

1976 John Curry

1977 Virginia Wade

1978 Steve Ovett

1979 Lord Sebastian Coe

1980s

1980 Robin Cousins

1981 Lord Botham

1982 Daley Thompson

1983 Steve Cram

1984 Torvill and Dean

1985 Barry McGuigan

1986 Nigel Mansell

1987 Fatima Whitbread

1988 Steve Davis

1989 Sir Nick Faldo

1990s

1990 Paul Gascoigne

1991 Liz McColgan

1992 Nigel Mansell

1993 Linford Christie

1994 Damon Hill

1995 Jonathan Edwards

1996 Damon Hill

1997 Greg Rusedski

1998 Michael Owen

1999 Lennox Lewis

2000s

2000 Sir Steve Redgrave

2001 David Beckham

2002 Paula Radcliffe

2003 Jonny Wilkinson

2004 Dame Kelly Holmes

2005 Andrew Flintoff

2006 Zara Phillips

2007 Joe Calzaghe

2008 Sir Chris Hoy

2009 Ryan Giggs

2010s

2010 Sir AP McCoy

2011 Mark Cavendish

2012 Sir Bradley Wiggins

2013 Sir Andy Murray

2014 Lewis Hamilton

2015 Sir Andy Murray

2016 Sir Andy Murray

2017 Sir Mo Farah

2018 Geraint Thomas

2019 Ben Stokes

2020

2020 Lewis Hamilton

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