Athlete Sir Mo Farah won the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year last night!
He’s Britain’s most successful distance runner ever and was knighted at the start of 2017 for his hard work.
Farah was one of 12 people nominated for the award which is all about sportspeople who have captured the public’s imagination.
He’s been shortlisted five times before and is the first long-distance runner to win the award since Paula Radcliffe in 2002.
Tennis star Roger Federer won the Overseas Personality Award.
Jessica Ennis-Hill won the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) December 17, 2017
It all happened at a venue in Liverpool, filled with star-studded guests and sporting greats.
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