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Björn Borg
Between 1974 and 1981 he became the first man in the Open Era to win 11 Grand Slam singles titles (six at the French Open and five consecutive at Wimbledon). He also won three year-end championships and 15 Grand Prix Super Series titles. Overall, he set numerous records that still stand.
Andy Murray
crowned world No 1 for the first time in his career.
Chris Froome
2016 has seen Froome join an elite club of three-time Tour de France winners and add another Olympic medal to his collection for good measure. It´s a memorable year and time for joining the MAN OF THE DAY club.
Dominic Thiem
After reaching his first Grand Slam semi-final, Dominic Thiem made his debut inside the top 10 of the ATP ranking. MAN OF THE DAY Co-founder Jörg Harrer-Spampinato honors Dominic Thiem with a personalized MAN OF THE DAY medal.
Pep Guardiola
The Best Dressed Man on the Field. A man who's heading for perfection and looking for the best result you can get. For us, Pep Guardiola is a man to honor
Alexander Zverev
The Björn Borg jury on its mission has found it. Alexander Zverev is the 2015 ATP Star of Tomorrow and well-deserves our MAN OF THE DAY medal at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. An ATP hero to honor.
Matthias Walkner
crowned 2015 FIM Cross Country Rallies World Champion. After the World Championship title in 2012, he clinched his second title in another important offroad racing series. The KTM rider delivered a solid performance to secure the title less than 10 months after his Dakar Rally debut.
Jan Frodeno
The 2015 IRONMAN World Champion Jan Frodeno becomes the first athlete to claim both an Olympic gold medal and the Hawaii Ironman victory. An awesome performance to honor.
Aksel Lund Svindal
HEAD SKI says thanks to Aksel Lund Svindal for the great season.
Novak Djokovic
You have to find it. No one else can find it for you. Thus spoke Björn Borg. The Björn Borg jury on its mission has found it: Novak Djokovic is a hero of today. Novak Djokovic is the MAN OF THE DAY. Who wins 48 out of 49 tennis matches, is a hot tip for this award. This is it: Yesterday brilliant winner at Wimbledon, the Serb Novak Djokovic now officially leads the best tennis player of the world.
Christoph Strasser
How Austrian is the Race Across America? The 28 years old Styrian Christoph Strasser wins not only as the youngest cyclists this race across the North American continent. He also replaces the Styrian Wolfgang Fasching as the youngest winner until now.
Craig Alexander
Two days ago the world champion 2011 at the Ironman has been determined in Hawaii. It was the fastest competition in the history of the toughest Ironman in the world.
Didier Cuche
There's a thin line, with not much room to spare, that separates success from an accident. Downhill skiier Didier Cuche reacts modestly to congratulations on his win in Kitzbühel.
Feliciano López
A look at the tennis clothing evolution? from slacks and sweaters to neon jams - its slow return to elegance. Feliciano López brings back the retro look-and-feel with his new clothing sponsor ellesse. Therefore he well-deserved the MAN OF THE DAY medal with combining tradition and style.
Markus Stöckl
Markus Stöckl delivered this first class performance. The 36 year old Austrian set a new world speed record for series mountain bikes on gravel. The 550-meter course led directly from the crater rim to the foot of the active volcano Cerro Negro in Nicaragua. The first attempt succeeded. Previous record holder Eric Barone was the first to congratulate. We congratulate Markus Stöckl for this special performance with the MAN OF THE DAY medal.
Graham Jarvis
It's the toughest day of Hard Enduro action of the year. Graham Jarvis Off-Road Racer wins the 20th edition of the Erzbergrodeo. A man to honor.
'The Kaiser', a man who has stood at the pinnacle of German football for half a century; one of the sport's all-time greats turns 70.
'The Kaiser', a man who has stood at the pinnacle of German football for half a century; one of the sport's all-time greats turns 70.
Andreas Hatveit
Reigning champion Andreas Hatveit from Norway defended his title at the Austrian Freeski Open by Atomic. Our MAN OF THE DAY showed precise, clean moves including a Double Cork 1260 and Switch Leftside 1260.
Henrik Harlaut
Freestyle.ch 2012 - "nose butter dub cork 10 & 12 safety". Henrik Harlaut raised the quality of tricks in this legendary competition to a new level and was truly our MAN OF THE DAY.
Jon Olsson
Freeskier Jon Olsson shaped the sport in the last decade like no other. In the Big Air and Slopestyle disciplines he was one of the most successful athletes. Further bonus: Many of his fans are female. Yes, women love him. Now he starts all over again.
Samuel Hürzeler
Samuel Hürzeler won for the second time the Swiss Olympic Gigathlon after 2011. This year in Olten, even under severe conditions. On the first day of competition there was extreme heat, followed by a cold snap on the second day, with heavy rain and even hail.
Wolfgang Fasching
Wolfgang Fasching needed for the 9,991-km a little more than 21 days. With a net speed of 25 km/h he also ran the fastest time in history to across whole Russia. An awesome performance to honor.
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