Sports Personality of the Year
Venue: Birmingham LG Arena Date: Sunday, 19 December Time: 1900 GMT Coverage: Live on BBC One, BBC Radio 5 Live & BBC Sport website.
We will be dedicating a day to one of the top 10 contenders from 6-17 December (in alphabetical order).
Graeme McDowell's rise to stardom in 2010 has been nothing short of incredible.
In June he became Europe's first US Open champion for 40 years when he clinched his maiden major title in impressive fashion at Pebble Beach.
The Northern Irishman's victory also made him the first player from the United Kingdom to win a major since Paul Lawrie claimed the Open at Carnoustie in 1999.
The 31-year-old then showed nerves of steel to win the final singles match at the Ryder Cup in October, earning the point which won back the trophy for Europe.
And the rise of 'G-Mac', as he is affectionately know, has continued at pace, with victory at the Andalucia Valderrama Masters in October securing him a place in the world's top 10 golfers.
McDowell has described his year as "amazing" and it could get even better yet - if he were to follow in the footsteps of Nick Faldo, who was the last golfer to win the BBC Sports Personality of the Year gong in 1989.
Stories from Graeme McDowell's year:
See the full interview with Graeme McDowell in Sports Personality of the Year: The Contenders - Monday 13 December, BBC One, 2305 GMT