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BBC Scotland Sports Personality of the Year

 

BBC Scotland Sports Personality of the Year

BBC Scotland Sports Personality of the Year
Country United Kingdom
Presented by British Broadcasting Corporation
First awarded 1977

The BBC Scotland Sports Personality of the Year is the most prestigious annual BBC Scotland.

Contents

  • Winners 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Winners

Year Name Sport Note
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986 Tom McKean Athlete
1987 Stephen Hendry Snooker player [1]
1988 Liz McColgan Athlete
1989 Ally McCoist Footballer
1990 David Sole Rugby player
1991 Liz McColgan Athlete
1992 Ally McCoist Footballer
1993 Graeme Obree Cyclist
1994 Yvonne Murray Athlete [2]
1995 Gavin Hastings Rugby player
1996 Stephen Hendry Snooker player [1]
1997 Walter Smith Football manager
1998 Henrik Larsson Footballer [3]
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003 Chris Hoy Cyclist [4]
2004 Jim Anderson Swimmer [5]
2005 Andy Murray Tennis player [6][7]
2006 Iain Rice Rower
2007 Dario Franchitti Racing driver [8]
2008 Chris Hoy Cyclist
2009
2010
2011

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Stephen Hendry MBE BBC Sport, 21 January 2003
  2. ^ Scottish Sport Hall of Fame 2007 inductees Herald Scotland, 12 March 2007
  3. ^ WONDER'S IN THE LARS CHANCE SALOON Daily Mirror, 9 May 1999
  4. ^ Golden boy Chris Hoy gears up for Olympic Games The Scotsman, 8 April 2008
  5. ^ Anderson wins the Scottish vote BBC Sport, 11 December 2004
  6. ^ Murray celebrates BBC Sport award BBC Sport, 9 December 2005
  7. ^ BBC Scotland audiences serve ace result for Andrew Murray in Sports Personality poll BBC Press Office, 9 December 2005
  8. ^ Key facts and figures - Edinburgh's famous people - culture and sport City of Edinburgh Council

External links

  • BBC Scottish Sports Personality of the Year BBC Sport Scotland, December 2003
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