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This is how close Jonathan Rea came to winning Sports Personality of the Year

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Jonathan Rea clinched his third straight World Superbike title at Magny-Cours in France.

MOTORCYCLING: Jonathan Rea runner-up in BBC Sports Personality of the Year

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World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea.

Jonathan Rea: SPOTY recognition fitting end to special year

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Mid and East Antrim is gearing up to support homegrown superbike hero Jonathan Reas BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award bid.

SPORTS PERSONALITY: Mid and East Antrim back Jonathan Rea’s race for award

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