Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games gold medallists, Euan Burton and Paddy Barnes, have been made Members of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) as part of the Queen's New Year's Honours list for services to judo and boxing respectively.
Judoka Burton, Scotland's flag bearer at the Games, claimed the over under 100 kilogram title before confirming his retirement, while Northern Irish boxer Barnes, who has also been recognised for his services to the community in his country, was crowned the men's light-flyweight champion.
"Delighted to receive the MBE in the new year honours. Thank you all for your congratulation messages. Enjoy Hogmanay & have a brilliant 2015," Burton wrote on Twitter.
Barnes replicated his performance at the Delhi 2010 Games and added to the Olympic bronze medals he won at Beijing 2008 and London 2012, when he represented Ireland.
Kate Richardson-Walsh, captain of England women's hockey team that won silver at this year's Games, also receives an MBE along with compatriots Sarah Hunter and Rochelle Clark, who helped England lift the Women's Rugby World Cup for the first time in 20 years.
Recognition of the success of Glasgow 2014 has also been bestowed on Gordon Matheson, leader of Glasgow City Council, is made a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE), and Jon Doig, the chief executive of Commonwealth Games Scotland, is made an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE).
Derek Bearhop, head of the Glasgow 2014 delivery team at the Scottish Government, and Diane McLafferty, deputy director Commonwealth Games for the Government, pick up MBEs.
Bridget McConnell, a Glasgow 2014 Board member and the chief executive of Glasgow Life, also received a CBE for her services to culture.
Steve Cram, the 1983 1500 metres world champion and former world mile record holder, made an MBE in 1986, has been made a CBEfor his work as chairman of the English Institute of Sport.
The 1972 Olympic pentathlon champion Dame Mary Peters is made a Companion of Honour, while Wendy Sly, the Olympic 3,000m silver medallist at Los Angeles 1984, receives an MBE for services to athletics.
In football, FIFA vice-president Jim Boyce receives the OBE for services to the sport in his country Northern Ireland.
Others recognised include Paul Murphy, a former chairman and President of the Rugby Football Union, who receives the British Empire Medal and David Collier, who stepped down as chief executive of the England and Wales Cricket Board last summer after a successful 10-year spell, receives an OBE.
There is also an MBE in the diplomatic and overseas list for Mark Wood, who lives in Canada but works as a coach for the British skeleton team which has won a medal at every Winter Olympics since it was introduced to the programme at Salt Lake City in 2002, including golds for Amy Williams at Vancouver 2010 and Lizzy Yarnold at Sochi 2014.
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August 2014: England win Women's Rugby World Cup for first time in 20 years
July 2014: Golden return for Burton as Scotland dominant final day of judo
June 2013: Cram to step down as chairman of English Institute of Sport
September 2012: Olympic champions honour Dame Mary Peters in Belfast on 40th anniversary of Munich gold medal