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Tim Tebow tops Bing search list

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Tim Tebow was the most-searched athlete in the United States in 2013, search engine Bing have revealed.

The 26-year-old quarterback is currently a free agent after being cut from the New England Patriots team in August - and hasn't played in the NFL this season - but he remains firmly in the US public's interest.

Tebow, who previously played for Denver Broncos and New York Jets, found himself in pole position in Bing's list ahead of skier Lindsey Vonn and her famous golfer boyfriend Tiger Woods.

NBA stars LeBron James and Dwight Howard make the top 10, at number six and eight respectively, while Danica Patrick, Derek Jeter and Maria Sharapova also feature.

Bing also revealed their figures for Europe. Lionel Messi was the most-searched for athlete in the UK during 2013, while Cristiano Ronaldo topped the list in both Spain and France.

Google are set to release their results later this year.

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