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Highlights of 2016

2016 has been quite a year for sports, from the Olympics in Rio to success on home turf, it has been a year to remember. We think it’s time to reflect on some of the best sporting moments of the year.

This summer saw the Olympics make its way to Rio. Following the spectacular results from London 2012 there were high hopes for Team GB, so the task to beat their 2012 record of 65 medals was on. With brilliant performances in the cycling, rowing and gymnastics, Team GB broke records and achieved 67 medals, including 27 golds, which put them second in the medal table. Credit must go to the cycling team who collected a total of 11 medals, with Jason Kenny winning 3 golds, and every member of the track cycling team taking home a medal.


It was an intense season in Formula 1, where Mercedes dominated yet again. Their outstanding performance resulted in them achieving a total of 765 points, putting them at the top of the constructor’s championships. Their two drivers, Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, also had an action-packed season. Nico Rosberg started the season off well and had a 24-point lead over his team mate Lewis Hamilton by the time they left Baku, Azerbaijan. In the second half of the season Hamilton pulled it back with some great performances but it was not enough for the Brit as Rosberg took the drivers’ championship title, before announcing a shock retirement following his win.

Of course, on the subject of great sporting achievements, Leicester City winning the Premier League is definitely up there. They started the season as outsiders and were almost relegated in the previous season, but after losing only three games the team triumphed and won their first Premier League title.

England’s rugby team have also had a very successful year under new head coach Eddie Jones, kicking off the year with the Six Nations, where they won the Grand Slam. Following victory in Australia the team returned home ready for the Autumn Internationals where they faced South Africa, Fiji, Argentina and Australia. Securing a win in all four matches meant England remained unbeaten in 2016.

Andy Murray’s 2016 has been pretty epic. He made it to the final of the both the French and Australian open, unfortunately losing to Novak Djokovic on both occasions. However, when it was the turn of Wimbledon Murray came back fighting to claim his second championship title here. He retained his title in the men’s singles at the Olympics in Rio and gained a second gold medal, following this was his victory at the ATP World Tour Finals where he beat long-time rival Djokovic. To top the year off Murray was crowned World Number 1.

With 2017 set to be another exciting year of sports have a look at our events calendar to see what’s on offer.   



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