More tickets released for biggest Sports Personality
With less than two months to go until the 57th BBC Sports Personality of the Year is crowned, the second wave of tickets for this year's event in Birmingham have gone on sale.
And what a show we have lined up. The 2010 event will be the biggest ever, with more than 12,000 people at the LG Arena on 19 December. Thousands of tickets have already been snapped up but you can still be part of the audience - full ticket details are here.
The show itself is really taking shape and many of the biggest stars in sport have already agreed to be part of a spectacular evening's entertainment.
There will be an incredible stage performance, which everyone involved with the show is really excited about, and we will also have two very special awards that definitely should not be missed.
There has been a lot of speculation about the contenders for the main award - and it looks like being one of the closest races in years.
That should make for a really exciting public vote on the night as we wait to see who is chosen to emulate last year's winner Ryan Giggs.
We always try to give a feel of the sporting year throughout the show, too, and 2010 has been an absolute rollercoaster, encompassing more highlights and lowlights than most years.
Like a lot of people, I was so disappointed with the performance of England's footballers at the World Cup in South Africa and was particularly upset for my seven-year-old son.
It was the first World Cup he had really been fully immersed in and was devastated when England went out, although, as an Everton season ticket-holder, he predicted we would do badly when Fabio Capello did not take his beloved Leighton Baines.
Despite England's disappointing display, there has still been much to celebrate.
We expect many of the world's top golfers to be with us in Birmingham as we look back on Europe's Ryder Cup triumph - a performance that was undoubtedly one of the sporting moments of the year.
It has been a great year for British athletes, with glory for stars like Jessica Ennis and Mo Farah. There was plenty of drama in Delhi before the Commonwealth Games began, too, but the Home Nations still brought home a great haul of medals. It might seem a long time ago but who could forget Amy Williams' incredible gold medal in the skeleton bob at the Winter Olympics in February?
In football, it has been an extraordinary and dramatic year. Chelsea did the double, Blackpool made the Premier League and Fulham a European final - and not forgetting all the off-the-field dramas involving Liverpool and Manchester United.
In darts, Phil Taylor continues to dominate the PDC, while Martin Adams is the king of the BDO. There was a great Grand National and Tour de France, while the thrilling climax to one of the most exciting Formula 1 seasons in memory is still to come.
And don't forget the Ashes.
There have been so many sporting success stories this year that it would be impossible for me to mention them all here. But I can tell you that the BBC team are working hard behind the scenes to make sure we reflect the best of them in this year's show.
We will be re-living all the drama with leading figures on the night but don't forget to get your tickets soon if you want to be there because the event is likely to sell out quickly.
I really hope that, if you cannot be in the audience, you will follow all the drama on BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live and the BBC Sport website.