Sports Personality: Nick Faldo wins in 1989 after Masters victory
As BBC Sport celebrates 60 years of Sports Personality of the Year, we visit the archive to remember all the previous winners' achievements.
In 1989, British golfer Sir Nick Faldo emerged victorious. Earlier in the year he lifted his second major title at the Masters in Augusta, carding a final round 65 to force a play-off against Scott Hoch, before winning at the second extra hole.
The Englishman ultimately claimed six major championships and was knighted in 2009.
Faldo won in a year overshadowed by the Hillsborough football stadium disaster in which 96 Liverpool fans died and the award was presented by then Bishop of Liverpool, David Sheppard, a former England cricketer.
BBC Sports Personality of the Year will celebrate its 60th show when the 2013 event is broadcast live from Leeds on Sunday 15 December from 1940 GMT on BBC One. Further coverage on the BBC Sport website and Radio 5 live.