It's fair to say that unless you were around in 1966, 2012 has probably been the greatest sporting year of your life.
There've been more gold medals, trophies and heroic comebacks than you could shake a javelin at.
Europe's heroic Ryder Cup antics took the drama to a whole new level, but will it go down as 2012's most memorable sporting moment?
Competing for the title is Manchester City's remarkable injury time turnaround at QPR to snatch the title from their bitterest rivals:
And of course we can't forget Team GB's golden night of athletics, which saw Jess Ennis, Mo Farah and Greg Rutherford take home golds:
Finally, who can forget Andy Murray's sensational record-breaking five-set win at Flushing Meadows against Novak Djokovic, which saw the Scot lift Britain's first grandslam trophy in 76 years.
But which one sums up this magnificent year of sport for YOU? We want to know which heroic victory you think defines 2012.