A gala dinner is to be held later this month to celebrate Britain's upgrade to the four-man bobsleigh Olympic bronze medal at Sochi 2014 following the disqualification of Russia for doping.
The new medal allocation was finally confirmed last month by the International Olympic Committee Executive Board following the disqualification of Russia's Alexandr Zubkov and his team-mates for doping offences.
The British quartet of John Jackson, Stuart Benson, Bruce Tasker and Joel Fearon originally finished fifth at Sochi 2014, just 0.11 seconds off third, but disqualification for athletes in both Russian sleds for doping offences means the British crew are now Olympic bronze medallists.
The gala dinner, due to be held on April 24 at the Boisdale Club in Canary Wharf in London and organised by the the British Bobsleigh and Skeleton Association (BBSA) Membership Committee, provides the first opportunity to officially recognise the achievement.
It will also be used to raise funds for the youth and Para-sections of bobsleigh and skeleton.
"With the Winter Youth Olympic Games taking place in Lausanne in February 2020 and our latest talent ID campaign gathering pace, funds raised will help support the next generation of sliders hoping to do the country proud on the big stage," a BBSA statement read.
"The evening will also support the growth of our Para-bobsleigh programme for athletes with disabilities.
"Britain’s Corie Mapp is currently one of the world’s best in this field and we hope to encourage others to follow his lead, while also giving Corie the support he needs to keep on competing at the very top level."
Sophie, Countess of Wessex, the BBSA’s Patron, will be in attendance at the event, which will include entertainment from renowned comic Rory Bremner along with live and silent "auctions of promises" and a raffle of prestigious wines.
The evening will commence with a champagne and cocktail reception, followed by a three-course Boisdale dinner featuring England cricket legend Sir Ian Botham’s wine.
It will also include a rhythm and blues band and a late-night DJ.
Prices start at £250 ($328/€290), with 50 per cent discounted rates available for BBSA members and their guests who want to be present to celebrate the first Olympic bobsleigh medals to be won by a British team since the success of Sean Olsson and his four-man crew which won bronze at Nagano 1998.
Members of Olsson’s crew will be present, along with Olympic medallists from skeleton.
Latvia's Oskars Melbārdis, Arvis Vilkaste, Daumants Dreiškens and Jānis Strenga were upgraded to first place in the four-man bobsleigh event at Sochi 2014 - the country's first gold medal in the Winter Olympics.
The American quartet, piloted by the late Steven Holcomb, moved into silver medal position.
The bronze increases to five Great Britain's medal total from Sochi 2014 after Lizzy Yarnold’s skeleton gold, Jenny Jones's snowboard slopestyle bronze and silver and bronze medals for the men’s and women’s curling rinks, respectively.
Sochi 2014 is also now Britain's joint-most successful Winter Olympics, drawing level with the five medals won at Pyeongchang 2018.
Zubkov and team-mate Alexey Voyevoda were also stripped of their Sochi 2014 gold medal in the two-man bobsleigh event.