There was nothing to show. In an awards ceremony already dominated by the Olympics they had no time to show a review of the season. Had Button or Hamilton gone into the final race as title contenders then i'm sure we'd have seen a little more but they didn't, so we didn't. I don't see the big deal really. The Man City vs Man United final day of the season title race was a one off worthy of highlighting, as was a British team winning the Champions League. And Spain deserved their mention. I can't think of anything else they should have shown from this season.
Did they even mention Roger won Wimbledon this year? I missed the start.
Slightly off topic, but the voting figures were up this year. 492,064 for Bradley Wiggins compared to 169,152 for Mark Cavendish last year.
1. Bradley Wiggins 492,064 (30.25%)
2. Jessica Ennis 372,765 (22.92%)
3. Andy Murray 230,444 (14.17%)
4. Mo Farah 131,327 (8.07%)
5. David Weir 114,633 (7.05%)
6. Ellie Simmonds 102,894 (6.33%)
7. Sir Chris Hoy 42,961 (2.64%)
8. Nicola Adams 35,560 (2.19%)
9. Ben Ainslie 35,373 (2.17%)
10. Rory McIlroy 29,729 (1.83%)
11. Katherine Grainger 28,626 (1.76%)
12. Sarah Storey 10,342 (0.64%)
My vote went for Mo. Best sporting moment of the year for me by miles.
Edited by pRy, 17 December 2012 - 20:16.