6 December 2013 Last updated at 06:44

Sports Personality: Andrew Flintoff 2005 Ashes star

As BBC Sport celebrates 60 years of Sports Personality of the Year, we visit the archive list to remember the achievements of all the previous winners.

In 2005, cricketer Andrew Flintoff was named Sports Personality of the Year.

The England all-rounder was the best player in the 2005 home Ashes victory over Australia having produced match-winning moments throughout.

Flintoff scored 141 runs in total in the second Test, a crucial century in the fourth Test and took 23 wickets throughout the series to help England regain the Ashes.

He became the first cricketer since Sir Ian Botham, in 1981, to win the coveted BBC award.

You can vote for this year's BBC Sport Personality of the Year during the BBC1 show, either by phone or online. In order to vote online you will need to register, which you can do at any time. Find out more at bbc.co.uk/sportspersonality .

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.