It's time for you to pick Canada’s 2012 athlete of the year.
There is no shortage of outstanding athletes to choose from.
We've narrowed the list down to six, including one figure skating duo.
The process is easy.
Simply cast your vote and the winner will be revealed duringCBC Sports Weekend on Saturday.
Our poll closes on Friday at 5 p.m. ET.
Of course, our list may not be the definitive list — feel free to debate that below in the comment section — but we feel each of the candidates would make a worthy if not spectacular choice as Canada's top athlete in 2012.
CBC Sports Weekend host Scott Russell makes the case for all of them in his latest Field of Play blog.
Here are the candidates:
Kaillie Humphries, bobsleigh
- 2012 World champion
- Won six straight World Cup races
Christine Sinclair, soccer
- Led Canada to Olympic bronze at 2012 London Games
- Led all Olympic women scorers with 6 goals
- Scored her 143rd international goal, which ranks 3rd all-time
Rosie MacLennan, trampoline
- 2012 Gymnastics Olympic Test Event gold medallist
- 2012 Olympic gold medallist
Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir, figure skating
- 2012 World ice dance champions
- 2012 Four Continents champions
- 2012 Canadian champions
- 2012 Two-time Grand Prix winners
Patrick Chan, figure skating
- 2012 World champion
- 2012 Canadian champion
- 2012 Four Continents champion
- Three-time Grand Prix gold medallist
Ryder Hesjedal, cycling
- 2012 Giro d'Italia champion
- Won Stage 4 time trial at Giro event
There are a lot of great Canadians athletes who could be on the list. You have suggested people like Milos Raonic and Steven Stamkos. If you have other names send your comments, we love the debate.
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- NHL lockout ends — Chicago Blackhawks win Stanley Cup
- Boston Marathon bombing followed by Boston Strong support and the Boston Red Sox winning the World Series at home
- Toronto Maple Leafs' Game 7 collapse against the Boston Bruins
- Saskatchewan Roughriders host and win the 101st Grey Cup
- LeBron James leads the Miami Heat to a second consecutive NBA Championship
- Lights out at Super Bowl XLVII
- Historic winning streaks of the Chicago Blackhawks and Miami Heat
- MLB's steroid investigation and player suspensions
- Aaron Hernandez charged with murder
- Oscar Pistorius charged with murder
- Lance Armstrong admits to doping
- The Manti Te'o hoax