The BBC has unveiled the shortlist for the Sports Personality of the Year award 2017.
Revealed by BBC Sport host Gabby Logan on The One Show, the shortlist includes long distance legend Mo Farah, British tennis number one Johanna Konta, Strictly Come Dancing star Jonnie Peacock, Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton, England footballer Harry Kane and heavyweight boxer Anthony Joshua.
Logan will present the award with Gary Lineker and Clare Balding from the Echo Arena, Liverpool on Sunday 17 December, live on BBC1.
The 12 sportsmen and women above will now go on to compete for the public vote on the night of the live show – votes can be cast by phone or online on the evening of Sunday 17 December. Full details how to vote will be unveiled closer to the time.
The industry panel that decided on the shortlist include World Cup-winning rugby union player Maggie Alphonsi, Olympic gold medallist Darren Campbell, Paralympic gold winner Danny Crates and broadcasters Colin Murray and Eleanor Oldroyd.
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