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It's been a fantastic year of sports for Great Britain and here is the rundown of the 16 finalists that make up the shortlist for 2016s BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
In such a competitive year it is very hard to pick the overall winner, we here at Primomo have hopefully I made it a little easier by pitting these superb sports men and women directly against each other.
The bookies favourite is tennis star Andy Murray, who has finished the year as the worlds number one. If he were to take this years prize he will be the first person to win Sports Personality of the Year three times.
Tough competition will come from the Olympians on the list, Rio 2016 was the most successful summer games ever for Team GB. Featuring golden performances by Max Whitlock, Mo Farah, Laura & Jason Kenny.
The Paralympics prove to be hugely successful too and multi-gold medallist Dame Sarah Story, Sophie Christiansen and Kadeena Cox, who won a medal in two sports at the same Games, all make this lustrous shortlist.
So, the question is, Who do you think should win the BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2016?

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