Should the athletics world unite behind one nominee or split its vote?
Sunday December 16 sees the annual BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards. The stars of the London Games are justifiably well-placed with Jessica Ennis, Mo Farah and David Weir representing the world of athletics. Track and field athletes have also won the prestigious award 17 times since it was introduced by the BBC in 1954.
They face stiff competition, though, especially from bookies’ favourite Bradley Wiggins. Therefore, we ask whether athletics as a whole should club together and stand behind one nominee or split its vote?
Give us your views in the poll below and we’ll announce the outcome in next week’s magazine. Voting ends Sunday December 9, so click quick!No such quiz/survey/poll