After numerous tightly contested head to head battles in our #TrackTuesday social feature, we're letting you decide who should ultimately take charge of the 2020 pool deck playlist.
Music and sport have a special relationship, both able to connect athletes and fans with emotions, whether that be bringing in building the atmosphere in the events arena, that feel good training tune or that one song that gets you in the zone.
Having calibrated the voting tallies from across our 2020 #TrackTuesday feature, you now have the opportunity to vote on our four shortlisted top musical selections - who takes the crown?
Own it (feat. Ed Sheeran and Burna Boy) - Stormzy
In the pool, James Guy has medalled at every major benchmark meet since his senior international debut at the 2013 World Championships - including relay and individual golds at separate Worlds. Being the inaugural champion when our #TrackTuesday feature launched earlier in 2020 just another accolade to add to his CV really...
She Moves in her own way - The Kooks
The University of Aberdeen swimmer was still to turn three years old when her chosen song first entered the UK Singles Chart! Nevertheless, a timeless classic it proved to be as the six-time World Para Swimming Championships medallist swept aside the opponent in her musical dual.
Scarlett Mew Jensen
Cooler Than Me - Mike Posner
Scarlett Mew Jensen and Maria Papworth were challenged to go for a dive into their respective playlists, and given how in sync their performance was in claiming a gold medal together from the 3m springboard at the 2020 British Diving Championships, we almost expected them to pick the same song - they didn't, with Mew Jensen pipped her synchro partner for #TrackTuesday bragging rights.
Live Forever - Oasis
What happens when you let a coach take over? Well National Centre Bath's Jol Finck 'Definitely Maybe' found himself a winner one week with one of Oasis' biggest hits - the only question that remains ins will that selection 'Live Forever' in the history book as 2020 #TrackTuesday of the year?
Voting has now closed, please refer to the main 2020 awards page for results information.