Lewis Hamilton won the 2020 BBC Sports Personality of the Year on Sunday.
The Brit was recognised for his stunning year in motorsport as he won a seventh Formula 1 World Championship – equalling legendary Michael Schumacher’s record – last month.
It was the second time Hamilton has been voted for the SPOTY prize having picked up the award in 2014.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson finished second, while jockey Hollie Doyle came third.
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