The Scottish public have come out in force to vote for Scotland’s Sporting Moment of the Year, and asvoting enters the final day, the top five contenders for the title have been revealed.
Thousands have cast their vote in an online poll, run by Team Scotland in partnership with the Scottish Sun, to decide which of eleven Scottish sporting performances over the last 12 months deserves to take the title. From an initial list of eleven, the public’s top five have been revealed, with the winner to be announced at the Team Scotland Scottish Sports Awards on 28 September.
In what has been a truly outstanding year for Scottish sport, the five contenders still in the running are (in no particular order):
Rugby 7s: Scotland’s last second victory at London 7s as Dougie Fife scores after the hooter
Athletics: Laura Muir runs world leading time to win Paris Diamond League, breaking British & Commonwealth records
Tennis: Scots Andy Murray and Gordon Reid win Wimbledon titles on the same day
Football: Hibs score a last minute goal to end 114 year wait for a Scottish Cup title
Swimming: Olympic silver in British record time for the Men’s 4x200m Freestyle relay team
If you haven’t already voted, time is running out with the poll closing at 23.59 on Sunday 25 September. Pick your favourite and cast your vote at: http://www.scottishsportsawards.scot/vote.html