There have been some incredible sporting moments in 2019 from World Cup triumphs to memorable comebacks.
Some of the best moments have come from the world of cricket, rugby, golf, tennis as well as football.
We have seen victory snatched from the jaws of defeat, spectacular goals in both men’s and women’s football and some incredible boxing fights.
Here at talkSPORT.com, we have picked our favourite moments from the last 12 months.
England winning the Cricket World Cup
Cricket took centre stage in the summer and you would be hard pressed to find a more dramatic moment in 2019.
The final between England and New Zealand was tied after 50 overs and went down to a Super Over.
In a nail-biting end, Jos Buttler completed the winning run out to see England lift the Cricket World Cup for the first time.
England beat New Zealand in Rugby World Cup semi-final
Eddie Jones’ side ended New Zealand’s dominance with a perfect performance in Japan.
England marched on to the final with a 19-7 win over the All Blacks but, sadly, could not complete the job.
This match will live long in the memory, though, because of the complete display and the hope it gave fans across the country.
Liverpool and Tottenham’s Champion League comebacks
The two Premier League sides met in the final of the Champions League in June but not before both had staged remarkable comebacks in their semi-finals.
Liverpool overturned a 3-0 deficit against Barcelona from the first leg at the Camp Nou to win 4-0 with Divock Origi scoring twice in one of the greatest nights Anfield had seen.
Lucas Moura, meanwhile, scored a hat-trick in Ajax to see Spurs into the final including a goal in the dying seconds of the game. An incredible moment for the Lilywhites.
Lewis Hamilton wins sixth F1 World Championship
Hamilton continues to cement his legacy as one of the greatest Formula One drivers of all time as he wrapped up his sixth drivers’ Championship.
The Brit has now won five of the last six titles and has been utterly dominant in recent years.
He is now just one behind the legendary Michael Schumacher and few would bet against him equalling the German in 2020.
Lucy Bronze’s World Cup goal
Bronze won goal of the tournament with her spectacular strike against Norway in the Women’s World Cup quarter-final.
England would eventually go on to be beaten by the USA in the semi-final but they had inspired a nation with their performances, attracting record viewing figures for the BBC.
Bronze’s goal was the standout moment from the campaign, as she showed exactly why she is regarded as one of the best players in the game.
Ben Stokes’ heroics at Headingley
This was pure brilliance from Stokes for the second time this year, having been key to England’s Cricket World Cup win too.
At Headingley, Stokes was joined by last man Jack Leach needing 72 runs to win with The Ashes on the line.
The all-rounder single-handedly defied the odds to win the match for England against Australia under enormous pressure.
Vincent Kompany’s goal against Leicester
This is the goal that effectively sealed the Premier League title for Man City.
Their captain, Kompany, came up with a thunderbolt against Leicester to grab a 1-0 win.
It was the last in a long list of great moments Kompany had for City before he left them in the summer for former club Anderlecht.
Tiger Woods winning the Masters
The 43-year-old had been written off and nobody expected him to win another major again but he produced a dazzling performance at Augusta to win the 2019 Masters.
He finished one shot clear of Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele and Brooks Koepka to win his first major in 11 years and complete one of the greatest sporting moments of last year.
Coco Gauff at Wimbledon
Gauff was one of the stars of Wimbledon as the 15-year-old beat Venus Williams, Magdalena Rybarikova and Polona Hercog to reach the last-16 of the tournament.
It was a remarkable journey for the teenager and she announced her name on the world stage. She is one to watch out for in the future.
History made at World Darts Championship
Fallon Sherrock created history at Alexandra Palace in December by becoming the first woman to beat a man at the PDC World Darts Championship when she defeated Ted Evetts.
The 25-year-old sent the boisterous arena wild by holding her nerve to hit double 18 for a thrilling 3-2 victory.
She then made it to the third round of the competition but was beaten by world no.22 Chris Dobey.
Sherrock’s run in the tournament has since seen her invited to play in the World Series of Darts in 2020.
Anthony Joshua’s defeat and redemption
The boxing world was shocked in June when the previously unbeaten heavyweight world champion was beaten by the flabby American-Mexican fighter Andy Ruiz Jr.
It was hailed as one of the greatest upsets in boxing history.
An immediate rematch was called and AJ managed to win back his belts in December with a masterclass in Saudi Arabia.
Katarina Johnson-Thompson breaks British heptathlon record
The British Athletics star won at the World Championships in Doha in October but what was even more remarkable about her performance was the points tally she achieved.
Her score of 6,981 beat the British record set by Jessica Ennis-Hill (6,955) at the London 2012 Olympics.