British Kenyan cyclist Chris Froome finished in sixth place in the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year Awards 2015 last night.
The two-time Tour de France winner received just over 39 thousand votes but was unable to attend the event as his wife had recently given birth to their first child.
Froome also came 6th in the awards back in 2013.
The full breakdown of votes is:
- Andy Murray (tennis) 361,446 votes
- Kevin Sinfield (Rugby League) 278,353 votes
- Jessica Ennis-Hill (Heptathlon) 79,898 votes
- Tyson Fury (Boxing) 72,330 votes
- Lewis Hamilton (Motor Racing) 48,379 votes
- Chris Froome (Cycling) 39,007 votes
- Mo Farah (Running) 31,311 votes
- Max Whitlock (Gymnastics) 25,952 votes
- Greg Rutherford (Long Jump) 23,492 votes
- Lizzie Armistead (Cycling) 22,356 votes
- Adam Peaty (Swimming) 13,738 votes
- Lucy Bronze (Football) 13,236 votes