Uzbekistan's Shakhram Giyasov has been named as the 2017 International Boxing Association (AIBA) World Championships boxer of the tournament.
The 24-year-old won the welterweight world title in German city Hamburg during the Championships, which took place between August 25 and September 2.
He was the top seed going into the event after winning the Asian title on home soil in Tashkent in May, and has scooped the boxer of the tournament gong with 56 per cent of the vote following an AIBA online poll.
His gold medal in Hamburg was secured when he beat former Olympic and world champion Roniel Iglesias in the final.
The Cuban had no answer for Giyasov's relentless waves of attacks as his flamboyant style earned him a huge victory.
The Uzbek also beat Kazakhstan's Ablaikhan Zhussopov in the semi-finals, England's Pat McCormack in the quarter-finals and Ukraine's Ievgenii Barbanov in the second round.
Giyasov won silver at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in August, losing the gold medal bout to Daniyar Yeleussinov of Kazakhstan.
Yeleussinov was not present in Hamburg as he has turned professional.
Oleksandr Khyzhniak, Ukraine's middleweight champion, came second in the online poll with 17 per cent of the vote.
Cuba's light heavyweight winner Julio César La Cruz tallied 15 per cent and France's lightweight gold medallist Sofiane Oumiha registered 12 per cent.
The prize was sponsored by car firm Bogward.