Stars of the London 2012 Olympic games have been recognised in the New Year Honours list. Bradley Wiggins, who won the Tour de France and Olympic gold, has been knighted. Victoria Pendleton, Jessica Ennis, Mo Farah, David Weir and Katherine Grainger are CBEs, while Andy Murray is an OBE.
[Left: Bradley Wiggins / Right: Andy Murray] Danny Boyle, who directed the Opening Ceremony, declined a knighthood. Performance directors Dave Brailsford and David Tanner, behind Team Gb's cycling and rowing glory, become sirs. Ben Ainslie, now the most decorated sailor in Olympic history, has been knighted. Paralympic cyclist Sarah Storey is a dame after winning four golds.
[Left: Ewan McGregor / Right: Stella McCartney] (more) »
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