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post Oct 15 2019, 02:44 PM
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You can vote for up to 5. +5 points to your favourite, and so on down to +1 if you want to nominate a 5th favourite. The minimum amount you can vote for is 3.

The breaks in this round will be: top 2 go straight to the SMOTD final,

Deadline: Monday, 21st October, 17:00 UK


Nominations

Spain winning the FIFA World Cup for the first time
Amy Williams winning gold in the Skeleton at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
John Isner v Nicolas Mahut. The longest ever tennis match in history at Wimbledon. 70-68 in the final set.
Sebastian Vettel winning his first F1 world title.
Inter Milan win the Champions League and the treble.
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post Oct 15 2019, 07:14 PM
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+5: John Isner v Nicolas Mahut. The longest ever tennis match in history at Wimbledon. 70-68 in the final set
+4: Inter Milan win the Champions League and the treble
+3: Sebastian Vettel winning his first F1 world title
+2: Spain winning the FIFA World Cup for the first time
+1: Amy Williams winning gold in the Skeleton at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver
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+5 Isner v Mahut
+4 Spain
+3 Vettel
+2 Amy Williams
+1 Inter Milan
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+5 Isner v Mahut
4 Amy Williams
3 Spain
2 Inter Milan
1 Sebastian Vettel
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+5 Amy Williams winning gold in the Skeleton at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
+4 Spain winning the FIFA World Cup for the first time
+3 Inter Milan win the Champions League and the treble.
+2 John Isner v Nicolas Mahut. The longest ever tennis match in history at Wimbledon. 70-68 in the final set.
+1 Sebastian Vettel winning his first F1 world title.
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+5- Isner v Mahut
+4- Spain
+3- Amy Williams
+2- Sebastian Vettel
+1- Inter Milan
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Thanks to everyone who took part in the 2010 voting. Here are the results:

3rd: Amy Williams winning gold in the Skelton at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver
4th: Inter Milan win the Champions League and the treble- 11pts
5th: Sebastian Vettel winning his first F1 World Title- 10pts


The Top 2 who will go through to the final of Buzzjack's Sporting Moment of the Decade are:

John Isner v Nicolas Mahut. The longest ever tennis match in history at Wimbledon. 70-68 in the final set
Spain win the FIFA World Cup for the first time.

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post Oct 22 2019, 03:22 PM
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Surprised at Spain there. Hardly a huge achievement in the sense they had been perennial underachievers and were the clear favourites to win the WC fresh off the back of their Euro 2008 triumph and the fact they had a far superior team to everyone else. Plus they played horrendously dull football that tournament. An unfancied Inter winning the CL was far more impressive imo.

Isner Mahut rightly through, that's something we'll never ever see again (even if you discounted the new tie-break at 12-12 rule).
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