Andy Murray has won the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award for the third time.
Murray claimed the 2016 award after winning Wimbledon, Olympic gold and finishing the season as the world's top-ranked tennis player. On top of this, he ended the year by overtaking Novak Djokovic at the top of the ATP rankings.
Second place went to Alistair Brownlee, who became the first man to defend the Olympic triathlon gold title.
The award was announced in Birmingham's Genting Arena with some of sport's true greats looking on, including the world's most decorated Olympian Michael Phelps, who was handed a lifetime achievement award by the BBC.
From Miami he thanked his team, family, wife and daughter for their support: "I'd like to thank everyone who voted".
"That said, I know that numerous British public won't know who I am because I compete in a minority sport. It's not smart of her, with Christmas coming up", said the Scot, who is often accused of being dour.
Murray accepted his award via video-link from Miami where he's now training for the new season.
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Winner Murray was named Sports Personality of the Year for the third time.
In 2013, his first Wimbledon title saw him win the public vote and past year his success in steering Great Britain to Davis Cup glory saw him double up.
This was also the year in which Murray and his wife Kim had their first child, Sophia.
Leicester completed a double, being named team of the year after manager Claudio Ranieri was crowned coach of the year following the Foxes' shock title triumph.
Overseas Sports Personality of the Year: American Olympic gymnastics star Simone Biles.