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Beth Mead crowned Sports Personality of the Year 2022

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Beth Mead has made history as the first women’s footballer to win the Sports Personality of the Year award. Arsenal Women’s forward Mead has had an incredible year.

The 27-year-old ranked as the top scorer and player at Euro 2022 tournament. Mead, who is part of England’s Lionesses, supported her team in defeating Germany to take home the trophy at Wembley.

Following Mead’s win, England cricket’s Test captain Ben Stokes was awarded second spot and Winter Olympics curling champion Eve Muirhead placed third. “I’m incredibly honoured to win this award,” said Mead while accepting her award. “I wouldn’t have done it without the girls.

The team have backed me. Yes, I’ve won this accolade, I’ve scored a few goals but I wouldn’t have done it without them. “This is for women’s sport and women’s sport heading in the right direction.

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