In a completely un-stunning revelation – the same man has been named “Man of The Year” for the 15th year in a row.
Can you guess who he is?
He likes horses.
And he’s the leader of one of the world’s biggest countries.
So…. who is it?
Drumroll…. The Independent puts it great in the title of their recent article “You’ll never guess who Russia’s man of the year is (actually you might)” 
Because… you won’t just guess. You already know.
It’s Vladimir Putin!
The Independent reports:
The votes are in and Vladimir Putin has been named Russia’s man of the year for the 15th year running.
The Russian president won the political category with 68 per cent of the vote. He has won every year since becoming prime minister in 1999, Interfax reported.
Independent Russian pollster Public Opinion Foundation asked 1,500 people in 43 Russian regions who their men of the year were in a range of fields.
But in sport 68 per cent of people had no answer at all, while in culture 75 per cent of people could not think of anyone.
Russia’s man of the year: Past winners
2014 Vladimir Putin
2013 Vladimir Putin
2012 Vladimir Putin
2011 Vladimir Putin
2010 Vladimir Putin
2009 Vladimir Putin
2008 Vladimir Putin
2007 Vladimir Putin
2006 Vladimir Putin
2005 Vladimir Putin
2004 Vladimir Putin
2003 Vladimir Putin
2002 Vladimir Putin
2001 Vladimir Putin
2000 Vladimir Putin
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