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Latvian Sportspersonality of the year

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Subject: Jānis Lūsis, Viktors Ščerbatihs, Ineta Radēviča, Uljana Semjonova, Martins Dukurs, Jānis Miņins, Mārtiņš Rubenis, Jeļena Prokopčuka, Artjoms Rudņevs
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Latvian Sportspersonality of the year

The Latvian Sportspersonality of the Year is chosen annually since 2005, for both men and women.

Year Sportsman of the Year Sportswoman of the Year Rising Star of the Year Lifetime Contribution to Sport
2005[1] Viktors Ščerbatihs Jeļena Prokopčuka Poļina Jeļizarova Valentīns Mazzālītis
2006[2] Mārtiņš Rubenis Jeļena Prokopčuka Ernests Gulbis Jānis Kvēps
2007[3] Viktors Ščerbatihs Jeļena Prokopčuka Aiga Grabuste Uļjana Semjonova
2008[4] Māris Štrombergs Anete Jēkabsone-Žogota Sinta Ozoliņa Vilnis Baltiņš
2009[5] Jānis Miņins Anete Jēkabsone-Žogota Anastasija Sevastova Jānis Lūsis
2010[6] Martins Dukurs Ineta Radēviča Artjoms Rudņevs Gunārs Jākobsons
2011[7] Martins Dukurs Ineta Radēviča Zigismunds Sirmais Jānis Serģis[8]
2012 Māris Štrombergs Ineta Radēviča Laura Ikauniece Valija Drauga

Titles by sport

Sport Sportspersons Titles
Athletics 2 6
Weightlifting 1 2
Basketball 1 2
Skeleton 1 2
Cycling 1 2
Luge 1 1
Bobsleigh 1 1

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