Who's up for Sports Personality of the Year award 2014?
Who's up for Sports Personality of the Year award 2014? Newsround shows you the 10 stars in the running.
Welsh wonder Gareth Bale is the world's most expensive footballer, after going to Real Madrid for a whopping £85 million. He's enjoyed a dazzling debut season at Real Madrid, clocking up 22 goals.
Dressage rider Charlotte Dujardin made history by winning two gold medals at the World Equestrian Games. She is the first British equestrian rider to be Olympic, world and European champion at the same time.
Boxer Carl 'The Cobra' Froch held on to his IBF and WBA super-middleweight titles after holding off bitter rival George Groves.
Skier Kelly Gallagher (right) and her guide Charlotte Evans became the first Britons to win a Winter Paralympics gold medal. They won the visually impaired Super-G in Sochi.
F1 driver Lewis Hamilton became the first British man in more than 40 years to win the Formula 1 World Championship twice.
Golfer Rory McIlroy won two more major titles this year, including the Open Championship. That made him the first European player to win three of the four major golfing tournaments.
Forty-year-old athlete Jo Pavey became the oldest woman ever to win gold at a European Championships when she finished first in the 10,000m event.
Gymnast Max Whitlock had an impressive year, picking up medals at the World, European and British Championships, as well as three golds at the Commonwealth Games.
Swimmer Adam Peaty won two golds at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, before winning four golds at the European Championships - breaking the 50m breaststroke world record in the process.
Lizzy Yarnold dominated the women's skeleton event at the Sochi Winter Olympics to win Team GB's only gold. The public can vote for their favourite during the BBC Sports Personality of the Year programme on Sunday 14 December.