BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2020 – as it happened

Sun 20 Dec 2020 22.08 GMT

First published on Sun 20 Dec 2020 19.48 GMT. Lewis Hamilton reacts: “Congratulations to all the incredible nominees … I’m so proud of what they’ve achieved … Lewis Hamilton has already snaffled an FIA award this weekend. Lewis Hamilton Took his seventh world title, equalling Michael Schumacher’s record, with his fourth in a row. Jordan Henderson Captained Liverpool to their first league title since 1990, by a margin of 18 points, at which point the Reds were English, European and world champions. Ronnie O’Sullivan His sixth world title at the Crucible made him the oldest winner, at 40, since the 45-year-old Ray Reardon won in 1978. Looking back on winning his seventh title, he says: “I’ve been racing for 27 years. Despite the pandemic there’s been plenty of memorable sport, too, from Lewis Hamilton’s record-equalling seventh world Formula One title to Liverpool’s first Premier League title in 30 years.

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