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It has been another memorable sporting year, with a healthy dose of highs and lows across the board.
From the history-makers to the simply brilliant, we have pulled together our 20 sporting moments on 2013 - and you can vote on the best.
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2013 Moment of the Year
And the winner is... Andy Murray for his Wimbledon success.
Fergie exits at the top
End of an era as Sir Alex Ferguson stepped down as Utd boss.
Murray makes history
Andy Murray ends Wimbledon's wait for British male winner.
Bayern Munich produced a dazzling display to beat Barcelona.
Sportswoman of the Year Christine Ohuruogu showed perfect timing.
AP's 4,000th winner
Tony McCoy landed his 4,000th career win on Mountain Tunes.
Froch v Groves
This super-middleweight fight will live long in the memory.
Lions roar in Oz
The Lions ended a 16-year wait for a series win with a 2-1 success.
The FA Cup final was a classic case of David versus Goliath.
England won the Ashes for a third time in succession in style.
Rafael Nadal came back from injury to dominate men's tennis.
Wales clinched the Six Nations title in emphatic fashion in March.
Europe's women golfers created history with a rousing Solheim Cup win.
Justin Rose ended a 43-year wait with his emotional US Open success.
Another Mo double
Mo Farah cemented his standing as one of Britain's all-time greats in Moscow.
One of the most memorable days in British cycling history.
The America's Cup provided one the biggest comebacks ever.
Swansea ended Bradford's dream run in the Capital One Cup.
Super Bowl XLVII was something of a fairy-tale for the Baltimore Ravens.
Sebastian Vettel had a record-breaking season for Red Bull
England played their hearts out but still lost 20-18 to New Zealand.