US Paralympian and London 2012 silver medallist Richard Browne capped a memorable season with the USA Track & Field (USATF) Para-Athlete of the Year Award.
The national governing body of track and field in the United States presented Browne with the award after a terrific 2014 season which saw him go undefeated both in indoor and outdoor competitions.
In addition to finishing the year ranked No.1 in the IPC Athletics World Rankings for the 100m and 200m T44, Browne also smashed the 200m world record at the IAAF Diamond League in Brussels. His time of 21.62 seconds took 0.29 off his previous best.
Browne will be hoping his form continues in 2015 as his bids for his first major title having won silver at both London 2012 and the Lyon 2013 IPC Athletics World Championships.