Top five athletes
1. Lance Armstrong: Wins record-tying fifth straight Tour de France.
2. Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs: 23.3 points, 12.9 rebounds, MVP, Finals MVP.
3. Barry Bonds, San Francisco Giants: 45 HRs, .341, 111 runs, .749 slugging, 6th MVP.
4. Annika Sorenstam: Wins two majors, finished one stroke back in the other two.
5. Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts: 4,267 yards passing, 29 TDs, 10 INT, co-NFL MVP.
Top five teams
1. New Jersey Devils (108 points). Goalie Martin Brodeur leads third Stanley Cup in nine seasons.
2. Tampa Bay Bucs (12-4). Trounced 48-21 Raiders in Super Bowl.
3. San Antonio Spurs (60-22). Knocked off three-time champ Lakers and then New Jersey in Finals.
4. Florida Marlins (91-71). Rallied to stun Cubs in NLCS, beat Yankees in 6 in World Series.
5. Syracuse basketball (30-5). Freshman Carmelo Anthony led the way.
Cincinnati Reds into Great American Ball Park
Philadelphia Eagles into Lincoln Financial Field
Chicago Bears into Soldier Field II
Houston Rockets into Toyota Center
Phoenix Coyotes into Glendale Arena
Pop culture trivia
Oscar winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
Most popular TV show: CSI
Top of the Pops: In Da Club, 50 Cent
Fiction bestseller: The Lovely Bones, Alice Sebold
Nonfiction bestseller: The Purpose Driven Life, by Rick Warren
Pop culture potpourri: Dragonball, text-messaging are Internet hits; "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" is on its way to becoming biggest bestseller of all time.