Tour de France winner and Olympic time-trial champion Bradley Wiggins was named BBC Sports Personality of the Year at a star-studded live ceremony in London on Sunday.
Cyclist Bradley Wiggins celebrates his win at the end 2012 Tour de France, in Paris, on July 22, 2012. Wiggins has been named BBC Sports Personality of the Year at a star-studded live ceremony in London.
The 32-year-old cyclist won ahead of Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis, while tennis player Andy Murray, who triumphed at the Olympics and the US Open, came third in the annual public poll, which received 1.5 million votes.
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