Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The annual Mark of the Year competition (currently known as the Hungry Jack's AFL Mark of the Year) is a sporting award that celebrates each season's best mark. A mark is the action of a player cleanly catching a kicked ball that has travelled more than 15 metres (49 ft) without the ball hitting the ground. Originally known as the VFL Mark of the Year and selected by a panel of football experts on Network Seven's "World of Sport" program, it was renamed to the AFL Mark of the Year following the competition's renaming in 1990. Since 2001 it has been run by the AFL itself and has been selected by a public vote. It is only open to players within the AFL and applies to marks taken during official AFL-season matches. Several other Australian rules football leagues followed with their own versions of the Mark of the Year competition.