Our panel of judges spent time considering our shortlist of Newcastle’s finest sporting heroes. After heated discussions and extensive deliberation, it’s time to announce the winner of this most prestigious of awards
Our TNSPOTY winner, Pippa McLeod-Brown, spoke to the Queen of Sport, Lucy Brogden, about her victory, dancing career, and future plans
Our official TNSPOTY runner-up, Emma Little, spoke to the Courier’s Lucy Brodgen about her TNSPOTY success
Our man James Sproston managed to get a few words from Newcastle University Ultimate Club’s Dianne Marquez Lopez on why she came third in our TNSPOTY
Lucy Brogden and James Sproston were on-hand to talk to Olly Walker, the NUAFC president that came 4th in our TNSPOTY
Lucy Brogden spoke to Ben Smith to get his view on why he placed 5th in our TNSPOTY
The Courier’s James Sproston spoke to longest-serving Newcastle University Sepak Takraw member, Jack White, about his sixth place in our TNSPOTY
Here’s our final shortlist for our Sports Personality of the Year. Good luck to everyone nominated!