Found December 12, 2012 on The Sports Bank:
This morning, Facebook released its 2012 Year in Review – a look back at the most discussed trends and stories of 2012.  Below please find key highlights including most discussed sports topics (NY Giants), the top events (Superbowl XLVI came in at #2 behind the US Presidential Election), most discussed public figures (Tim Tebow made the top five as well as Eli and Peyton Manning (who tied!) and most checked-in locations on Facebook (eight out of the top ten spots are sports venues) and more. To view all of Facebook’s 2012 Trend lists go here Sports (mentions): 1.       NY Giants 2.       New England Patriots 3.       Tim Tebow 4.       London 2012 Olympics 5.       OKC (Oklahoma City Thunder)   Check Ins (locations): 1.       Times Square, New York 2.       Disneyland, California 3.       AT&T Park, California 4.       Yankee Stadium, New York 5.       Rangers Ballpark, Texas   Public Figures (mentions): 1.       Barack Obama 2.  
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