Vote for your Greatest Sporting Moment of 2012
Last Updated: December 31, 2012 3:18pm
It has been a sensational 12 months for sports fans, but what was the greatest moment of all? That's the question we want YOU to answer after watching our special Christmas show 2012 - The Greatest Sporting Year.
Jeff Stelling and his panel of sporting stars - Mark Cavendish, Christine Ohuruogu, Lee Pearson, Annabel Croft, Sam Torrance and Jamie Redknapp - have had their say and now it's time to cast your vote.
Our panel have shortlisted the following eight moments for you to choose from.
A - Sergio Aguero's last minute winner for Manchester City to clinch the Premier League trophy
B - Didier Drogba's winning penalty to win the Champions League trophy for Chelsea
C - Bradley Wiggins crossing the line to become the first Briton to win the Tour de France
D - Super Saturday at the Olympics when Jessica Ennis, Mo Farah and Greg Rutherford delivered three golds in 45 minutes
E - Jonnie Peacock beating Oscar Pistorius in the 100m Paralympic Final
F - Andy Murray winning the US Open to become the first British male to win a tennis grand slam event in 76 years
G - Martin Kaymer's winning putt to seal a European victory on an incredible final day in the Ryder Cup
H - Alastair Cook breaking Wally Hammonds' long-standing record with a 23rd century for England against India
Vote in the poll on the right-hand side of this page. The result will be announced at 6pm on New Year's Eve on Sky Sports News.
To help you make your decision, here's what our panel had to say about some of those magical moments...
Sergio Aguero's last minute winner for Manchester City to clinch the Premier League trophy
Jeff says: "The sensational year of sport began to unfold in May with the conclusion of the Premier League. On the final day, Manchester City needed to beat QPR to win their first title in 44 years. With City 2-1 down and heading into extra time, it looked like fierce rivals Manchester United would take the title..."
Didier Drogba's winning penalty to win the Champions League Trophy for Chelsea
Jeff says: "Later that same month Chelsea faced one of their toughest tasks as they headed to Munich to face Bayern Munich in the final. They had a caretaker manger, their skipper was suspended and they were playing in their opponents' back yard. As one Bayern banner read: 'Our City, Our Stadium, Our Trophy.' As it turned out they got two out of three right..."
Bradley Wiggins wins the Tour de France
Jeff says: "No Briton had ever won the Tour de France but now one has. Mark Cavendish won three stages to become the most successful sprinter in the history of the tour; Team Sky colleague Chris Froome was runner up and the world's most successful mod actually won it!"
Super Saturday at the Olympic's
Jeff says: "They said it could not work, they said it would not work. Too much traffic, not enough hotels, rotten weather, not enough security guards. But what started with the Queen 'jumping' out of a helicopter ended with 29 golds,17 silvers and 19 bronze medal that inspired and united a nation."
Jonnie Peacock beating Oscar Pistorius in the 100m Paralympic final
On a night when the great David Weir won his third gold medal, Jonnie Peacock stepped up to take gold in the most eagerly anticipated race of the entire Paralympics. South Africa's Oscar Pistorius may have been one of the faces of the Paralympics, but even he could not match Peacock's blistering pace...
Andy Murray wins the US Open
Jeff says: "What a year for Andy Murray! He lost to Roger Federer in the Wimbledon final but then hit back at the same venue to beat Federer and claim Olympic gold. But his greatest moment was yet to come against Novak Djokovic in the final of the US Open..."
Martin Kaymer's winning putt to seal Ryder Cup victory for Europe
The USA threw away a 10-6 lead heading into Sunday's singles to eventually succumb to a dramatic 14½-13½ defeat at Medinah. Martin Kaymer evoked memories of his German mentor Bernhard Langer from 19 years ago as he stood over a six-foot putt on the final green that would decide the destination of the trophy. But unlike Langer, Kaymer found the centre of the cup to seal his first win of the contest and the decisive 14th point for Europe.
Alastair Cook's 23rd century for England
Alistair Cook set a record for England Test centuries with his 23rd during England's third Test against India in Kolkata. The England skipper passed Wally Hammond, Colin Cowdrey and Geoffrey Boycott - all on 22 - with a confident 136. Under Cook's leadership England went on to not only win that third Test but to be the first England team to win a Test series in India in 27 years.