I don't care, so long as it is decided on merit, which I am sure it is. It's not the judges fault if the ladies haven't done well enough to be included, is it? However, one of the comments me me laugh:
Chrissie Wellington, who won her fourth Ironman* world championship title in October, has also criticised the make-up of the list.
"No women in @bbcspoty top ten," she wrote on Twitter. "Its not about me, its about the need to celebrate achievements of so many female GBR athletes. Disgraceful."
Erm, Ironman? If you're going for the sexist angle, sort your discipline out. And can this competition really be regarded in the same way as say, F1, a Test match, a Cup Final an Open or whatever? It's more like a C4 Saturday afternoon filler than a world recognised event.
Not that I am suggesting it is in anyway easy or second class, just that it's hardly headline news.