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Vote for your sporting hero of September for a chance to win a Boardman MTX 8.8 hybrid bike

It’s time to pick your top Sporting Hero of September. Choose from Alastair Cook, Francesco Molinari and Simon Yates and you could win a Boardman MTX 8.8 hybrid bike

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The contenders

Vote for your favourite out of these three stars who set their sporting worlds alight in September. Each entry goes into our prize draw for the chance to win a Boardman MTX 8.8 hybrid bike. Cast your vote now.

Alastair Cook

Former captain cements place in pantheon of cricketing greats with fitting finale to England career

Age 33
From Essex
Sport Cricket

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Many athletes can bask in the glow of a gilded career but few write their own exit script as Cook did with his magnificent second-innings century against India at the Oval. As England’s leading Test run-scorer left the field to the longest of standing ovations there was a sense of the closing of a chapter the like of which will never be seen again.

Telegraph Sport says: “One of the last of his kind – so decent and calm, without ego and straight, in an age that often smiles on mendacity.” Scyld Berry


Francesco Molinari

Open champion stars with perfect 5-0 record to inspire Europe to crushing Ryder Cup victory in Paris

Age 35
From Turin
Sport Golf

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Many crumble in the Ryder Cup cauldron, but Molinari was focused, calm and clinical. The quiet Italian became the first European in history to take five points from five matches but played down his personal achievement, instead lauding the team effort. And his partnership with Tommy Fleetwood was one for the ages.

Telegraph Sport says: “If he was ‘on another planet’ on the Saturday, Francesco Molinari seemed like a supernova on Sunday.” Tom Morgan


Simon Yates

Lancashire’s finest ensures British riders complete Grand Tour treble with brilliant, gritty Vuelta victory

Age 26
From Bury
Sport Cycling

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Yates’s Vuelta a Espana win completed a historic British sweep of cycling’s marquee races and marked a personal redemption after the Mitchelton-Scott rider’s painful capitulation in the Giro d’Italia. He does not garner headlines like Giro and Tour de France winners Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas, but fans recognise his feat.

Telegraph Sport says: “He won’t enjoy giving any tear-stained interviews but that doesn’t alter the fact he’s achieved something extraordinary.” Tom Cary

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