Heroes: Sports Review of 2012
BRITAIN has ruled more than the waves in 2012 - it’s been the nation’s greatest year for sport in living memory.
And to celebrate we are taking a look back at all the highlights with our FREE web mag - CLICK HERE.
You can read it here, online, with the page turning feel of a printed magazine.
From the Tour de France win by Bradley Wiggins to the incredible run of success for British competitors at the Olympics and Paralympics, including golden girl Jessica Ennis and Europe’s miraculous Ryder Cup victory, the year will live long in the memory.
We were all glued to our screens as British athletes scooped an impressive haul of medals.
Sheffield Wednesday’s Mallik Wilks pursuit alive and kicking as Owls aim to swoop in
Sheffield Wednesday star ruled out for Bolton Wanderers – Akin Famewo’s return date explained
Morgan Gibbs-White explains Nottingham Forest transfer decision and memories of fans from Sheffield United spell
Alex Miller: Reported Sheffield Wednesday signing should put more fuel in tank of fallen star man
Sheffield United: Boss makes a bold statement about Oli McBurnie
There were golden moments galore, from Danny Boyle’s opening ceremony to judo star Gemma Gibbons looking skywards and mouthing, “I love you, Mum” after winning silver.
The event made heroes of the likes of Bradley Wiggins, Jessica Ennis and Ellie Simmonds, and turned presenter Clare Balding into a national treasure.
Now the best of the action has been caotured in words and pictures by the Press Association for its 12-page sponsored Sports Review of the Year webmag.
Heroes: 2012 Sports Review - CLICK HERE.