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As 2007 draws to a close lets take the chance to look back at the sporting highlights - and low points - of the last 12 months.


Some of football's highlights saw the return of Manchester United to the summit of English football, the shock departure of the 'special one' at Chelsea, the demise of Steve McClaren as England manager and the subsequent appointment of Fabio Capello.


In cricket, the great Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath bowed out of international cricket as Australia once again dominated although they were beaten by India in the first World Twenty20.


England's rugby union stars came close to making an astonishing comeback from also-rans to World Cup winners but they were pipped in the final by South Africa.


The emergence of Lewis Hamilton dominated Formula One only for his drivers' title dreams to go up in smoke during the final races of a dramatic season.


Padraig Harrington ended Europe's long wait for a major winner with his triumph at The Open while Roger Federer continued his dominance of world tennis with yet another Wimbledon crown.

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Federer has to be the greatest sports person in the world at present perhaps only rivalled by Tiger Woods.

The two have dominated their respective sports for years now and continue to do so..

Federer equalled Bjorn Borgs record of winning 5 consecutive Wimbledon Championships......... :eek:

Lewis Hamilton has to be the most exciting new talent on the world sports spectrum with an almost unbelievable first season in F1 narrowly losing out on winning the championship in his rookie year....


Anyway having said all that.............United are Champions once again.........:)
 
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