Cycling couple Laura Trott and Jason Kenny have both been rewarded for their achievements at London 2012 in the 2013 New Year Honours list.
Trott, who won gold in the women's omnium and team pursuit, and Kenny who triumphed in the men's team sprint and individual sprint, both receive OBEs.
- A total of 1,223 people were recommended to the Queen for an award
- 1,068 at the level of MBE, OBE and BEM - the British Empire Medal, which was reintroduced after 20 years in 2012 to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
- Women make up 47% of the total list, which includes 13 dames.
- Awards for sport make up 10% of the total honours
- A special London 2012 and Paralympic Games list was created to recognise the nation's sportsmen and women.
Sarah Storey, 35, has been honoured with a damehood for services to para-cycling after winning four gold medals at London 2012
'Hurricane' Hannah Cockroft has been awarded an MBE for services to athletics.
The 20-year-old from Halifax won gold in both the 100m and 200m T34 wheelchair races at the Paralympics in London, breaking two world records in the process.
Swimmer Ellie Simmonds, the poster girl of this year's Paralympic Games, said she was proud to be awarded an OBE.
Simmonds, 18, won two more golds at London 2012 making her a four-time Paralympic champion.
She said: "It's been a great honour to be included in the list which caps an amazing year for me personally and for British sport."
Lord Coe described the list as "a wonderful end to this unique Olympic and Paralympic Year".
– Lord Coe, London 2012 Chairman
It recognises the achievements of our sportsmen and women who inspired the nation.
This year's list also recognises those behind the scenes at Locog (the London 2012 organisers) for outstanding leadership and delivery of the world's largest sporting events.
I am incredibly proud of them all and our partners who made Britain proud this summer.
London 2012 chairman, Lord Sebastian Coe, becomes a Companion of Honour in the 2013 New Year Honours.