Voting for this award closed at 1800 GMT on Saturday, 10 December 2011.
The winner of BBC Cymru Wales Sports Personality of the Year 2011 will be announced on Monday after a contest between five of the country's highest-achieving sportsmen and women.
The award takes place at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea on 12 December, with the result broadcast on BBC Wales radio, online and television that evening - and a review of the sporting year to be screened on Tuesday.
There will also be awards for the team of the year, sports unsung hero, junior sportsman, junior sportswoman and lifetime achievement.
It has been a busy sporting year with some notable performances, making it another difficult decision to narrow down Welsh sport's big names to five deserving nominees.
Boxer Nathan Cleverly became WBO light-heavyweight champion in 2011 and successfully defended his title twice during the year.
Motorcyclist Chaz Davies finished the year as World Supersport champion and Superbikes beckons next year.
Athlete Dai Greene won gold at the World Championships in South Korea in September, his achievement crowning a glittering season for the 400 metre hurdler.
Triathlete Helen Jenkins battled through a gruelling season to become world champion and has her eyes set on Olympics glory in 2012.
Paralympian Nathan Stephens started the year on a high, winning gold in his category in the javelin in the World Championships in New Zealand in January before breaking the world record in August.
Please note the event is not connected with the UK Sports Personality of the Year and is for the Wales award only.
GENERAL VOTING GUIDELINES (PLEASE NOTE THIS VOTE IS NOW CLOSED)
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