Fed won this award last year so not too surprising he didn't get it....although I'm not so sure about Warne.
Warne lands BBC Overseas accolade
Australian leg-spin great Shane Warne has been named BBC Overseas Sports Personality of the Year 2005.
He will receive the award from Richie Benaud during Sunday's programme, which is shown on BBC ONE from 2000 GMT.
Warne, 36, was Australia's shining light this year, taking 40 wickets in the Ashes defeat to England.
"I am very proud of this achievement and am delighted to receive this award," said Test cricket's leading wicket-taker with 645 victims.
Warne was up against strong competition in the running for the award, with Formula One champion Fernando Alonso, six-times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong and Wimbledon champ Roger Federer among his rivals.
"Shane Warne has entertained cricket fans for years with his outstanding talent and contributed enormously to a thrilling Ashes series," said programme editor Philip Bernie.
"His extraordinary achievements on the field, combined with his charismatic personality have made him a true sporting superstar, and an extremely worthy winner of this award."