Lionesses superstar Beth Mead wins BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award 2022

Beth Mead wins BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award 2022

Beth Mead has been delegated BBC Sports Personality of the Year for 2022 after the Lionesses star assisted Britain with winning the Ladies’ Euros in the late spring.

The Armory forward won the Golden Boot for scoring six objectives during Britain’s fruitful mission and was named Player of the Competition for her noteworthy exhibitions.

Mead, who was the #1 to land the award, was selected close by Britain cricket commander Ben Stirs up, snooker star Ronnie O’Sullivan, curling iron Eve Muirhead, sprinter Jake Wightman and tumbler Jessica Gadirova, who was named Youthful Sports Personality of the Year for 2022.

Stirs up was sprinter up behind Mead in the democratic, while Muirhead completed third.

After getting the award, Mead said: ‘I’m dumbfounded for once. I’m unquestionably respected for winning this award. Could not have possibly done it without the young ladies. The group have supported me. Indeed, I’ve won this honour and scored a couple of objectives, yet I could not have done it without them.

‘I could never have done it without my father, my mum and all my loved ones.

‘This is for ladies’ and ladies’ game heading in the correct course. How about we continue pushing young ladies, we should continue making the best decision.’

The 27-year-old’s victory implies that two ladies have won the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award consecutive without precedent for 50 years – with tennis star Emma Raducanu winning it in 2021 – after Princess Anne and Mary Peters were named champs in 1971 and 1972 separately.

In the meantime, the Lionesses were named Group of the Year and their chief, Sarina Wiegman, was named Coach of the Year.

‘I feel lowered and appreciative of winning this award. Without this unimaginable group of players and people, we would never have proceeded as we did. We have unbelievable staff. It has been fabulous,’ Wiegman said.

‘I’ve been fortunate to come into this and work with these players.

‘We played at Wembley, obviously, and we broke records. We’ve rolled out an improvement in the public eye.

‘Presently, young ladies are strolling around with the names of our players on the rear of their shirts.’

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