After Britain's greatest ever Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio, the UK's top athletes have been recognised by the Queen on 2017's New Year's Honour List.
The UK finished second in the Olympic medal table, with 130 British athletes scooping 67 medals, including 27 gold. Meanwhile, Paralympians improved on 2012's record of 120 medals, eventually taking home 147 medals. The tally meant Britain was the first country to take home more medals at a Games immediately following one it had hosted.
Here are the athletes honoured by the Queen:
Mo Farah: knighthood
Andy Murray: knighthood
Lee Pearson: knighthood
Katherine Grainger: damehood.
Jessica Ennis-Hill: damehood
Jason and Laura Kenny: CBEs
Kate and Helen Richardson-Walsh: OBE and MBE, respectively
Ellie Robinson: MBE
Max Whitlock: MBE
Rose Troup Buchanan is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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