Sports Moments of The Decade: Vote Now in Sky Sports Poll

14 Feb 1999: Jeff Gordon #24 stands with his trophy after winning the Daytona 500 at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona, Florida. Mandatory Credit: Jamie Squire /Allsport

Sports Moments of The Decade: Vote Now in Sky Sports Poll.

The past 10 years have been a brilliant stretch for the sports world, with underdog champions, ever-lasting dynasties, and late drama in title games and title fights.

It’d be impossible to recap the entire decade in sports in one post, but we tried our best. Below we’ve ranked the 50 greatest moments of the sports decade, from improbably comebacks to brilliant knockouts.

Sports Moments of The Decade: Vote Now in Sky Sports Poll

Sergio Aguero? Lewis Hamilton? Ben Stokes? Choose from 50 iconic sports events in the 2010s.

As the 2010s draws to a close, we want to celebrate the greatest sports moments from the last 10 years.

A panel of Sky Sports experts has drawn up a list of the 50 moments we’ve enjoyed the most between 2010 and 2019 – and we want YOU to decide the best of all.

Sergio Aguero‘s injury-time winner? Super Saturday at the 2012 Olympics? Ben Stokes’ heroics? The choice is yours – but pick wisely as you can only vote for ONE of our 50 options.

Which iconic event will top the poll? The greatest sports moment of the decade will be revealed on Sky Sports in December.

For a few weeks in February 2012, Jeremy Lin was the best basketball player on the planet. With the Knicks looking for a spark in the midst of a disappointing start to the season, Lin took over Mike D’Antoni’s offense and made it his own.

In New York, his star shined fast, but it shined bright, and though Lin would never again reach the highs of that brief stretch with the Knicks, he was still beloved by fans across the league, as was evident when he finally won a championship ring with the Raptors in 2019.

Alex Ovechkin defined a decade of hockey in the United States, leading the NHL in goals six times over the past 10 years. But despite his dominance, he had always fallen short of lifting the Stanley Cup, until a magical run through the postseason finally brought a title to D.C.

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