Poll: Did Chris Hoy deserve Sports Personality?

By Online Editorial
BBC Sports Personality of the year winner, Chris Hoy

BBC Sports Personality of the year winner, Chris Hoy

In this week’s Poll we want to know whether you think this year’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year award was given to the right person.

Chris Hoy was named as this year’s winner after winning a phenomenal 3 Gold medals in cycling at the Olympics in Beijiing. The 32-year-old Scot beat both Lewis Hamilton and Rebecca Adlington to the award.

But as so many great sportsmen and women nominated this year, we want to know if you think Chris Hoy was the deserved winner.

Cast your vote in the box on the right, and then voice your opinion below!

And you can read more about this year’s nominees here: Sports Personality of the Year: The Contenders

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