Greatest British sportsmen
In a year of numerous sporting highs for the home nations, it was the boy from Dunblane who stole the show. For Andy Murray, 2016 was his annus mirabilis, becoming the first British singles tennis player to ever reach the world number one spot. He added another Wimbledon title to his achievements along with his second consecutive Olympic gold medal, but it was his performance in the ATP Masters final against Novak Djokovic that will be most remembered. Two old friends locked in battle for the top spot in the finale of the year-end championships, it was a film script in the making. But there was to be no nail-biting hollywood finish as Murray blew the Serb away with some of the best tennis of his career.
A proud moment for Steve Redgrave after winning gold in the Men's Coxless Four Rowing Final at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney.
Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes GP celebrates with his team after winning the World Championship at the Abu Dhabi Formula One Grand Prix.
England captain Bobby Moore with the trophy following his side’s 4-2 victory over West Germany
Bradley Wiggins riding for Sky descends the Col de Mente as he defended the race leader's yellow jersey during stage 17 of the 2012 Tour de France.
England captain Ian Botham shares a joke in the dressing room after the third Test match between England and West Indies at Bridgtown, Barbados in 1981.
Golfer Nick Faldo tees off during the final round of the British Open at Muirfield in Scotland in 1992.