Merry Christmas from The Sport Review

Martin Caparrotta
By Martin Caparrotta
Merry Christmas from everyone at The Sport Review

Merry Christmas from everyone at The Sport Review

We would like to wish all of our readers all the very best for the festive season and a prosperous new year.

The Sport Review is just over a year old now and in that time we’ve had hundreds of thousands of visits from people all over the world. And the festive season presents us with the perfect opportunity to say thank you to all that have visited — we appreciate every single click.

The site has come a long way since it was launched back in November 2008 and sports fans have witnessed some truly stunning moments over the last 13 months. Usain Bolt’s record-breaking sprints at the World Championships, England’s sealing of the Ashes after a dramatic summer of Test matches and Roger Federer’s first triumph at Roland Garros to name but a few.

Luckily for us, the next 12 months of sport looks just as enthralling.

We have got some big plans in store for 2010, and we hope our readership will continue to be as loyal and encouraging as it has been since day one.

At the risk of sounding repetitive, all that’s left to do is wish all of our visitors a very Merry Christmas and remind you that we’ll have plenty for you get your mittens into on the site over the next few days.

Martin Caparrotta & Kieran Beckles
The Sport Review Co-Founders

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