The Olympic Games soon be here once more, after last being hosted in our capital in 2012 .
While it doesn't seem long since London had the Olympic Torch travelling through our streets, 2016 will play host to this year's games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
This year is set to be a festival of sporting action and with the Olympics Games, UEFA Euro 2016 and RBS Six Nations Championship just on the horizon there is certainly plenty to look forward to.
So, with the nation’s attention likely to be firmly fixed on the action ahead and a stack of new sporting memories ready to be made, it seems only right that we take a moment to look back at our favourite of the fastest sporting successes of the past.
We are a small island of sports stars who have frequently made the podium, lifted the trophy and crossed the finish line first.
The best sporting moments of all time
Argos Fast Track polled the nation to find out and revealed the following as our favourites:
Mo Farah winning gold in the 10,000m on Super Saturday at the London 2012 Olympics Games
Jess Ennis storming to victory in the 800 metres to win Gold for GB at London 2012 Olympic Games
Usain Bolt winning the 100m Gold at the London 2012 Olympic Games
Bradley Wiggins winning the time trial gold at London 2012 just weeks after winning the Tour de France
Ronnie O'Sullivan's fastest maximum break in 5 mins 20 secs
The research also found that the Olympic Games narrowly edged the UEFA Euro 2016 tournament as the sporting event we are most looking forward to this year, with Wimbledon , the RBS Six Nations Championship and the Formula One World Championship rounding out the top five.
While we may be turning into a nation of on-demand viewers, one in five say that sport is the one thing they have to watch live, while almost one in 10 will be avoiding all social media this year around key sporting events in an effort to not spoil the results for themselves.
Former Welsh Sprinter, Iwan Thomas said he won’t be in danger of that as he plans on taking home the gold for spectating this year.