Titles and recognition for top sports women in the New Year's Honours List
After a year of Olympic glory, Britain's female sports stars have been garlanded big time in the Queen's New Year's Honours List.
Paralympic cyclist and overall athletic superhero who now holds 11 Paralympic titles, Sarah Storey becomes a Dame, while Zest columnist Victoria Pendleton is awarded a CBE and Laura Trott gets an OBE. Fellow team GB cyclists Joanna Rowsell and Dani King become MBEs.
Rower Katherine Grainger becomes a CBE while her teammates Anna Watkins, Katherine 'We're going to be on a stamp!' Copeland, Sophie Hosking, Heather Stanning and Helen Glover become MBEs.
Heptathlete golden girl and runner up BBC Sports Personality of the Year Jessica Ennis also becomes a CBE.
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Taekwondo champ Jade Jones becomes an MBE, as does the first ever Olympic female boxing gold medallist Nicola Adams.
In the Team GB equestrian team, Charlotte Dujardin becomes an OBE, while Laura Bechtolsheimer and Mary King become MBEs.
There's also an MBE for the first ever Olympic female boxing gold medallist Nicola Adams.
Our fabulous paralympians are also honoured. Multi-medallists Sophie Christiansen (equestrian) and swimmer Ellie Simmonds become OBEs, while MBEs go to swimmers Jessica-Jane Applegate and Heather Frederiksen, equestrian medallists Natasha Baker, Sophie Wells and Deborah Criddle, wheelchair athlete Hannah Cockroft, sailor Helena Lucas, athlete Josie Pearson who won a gold medal in the discus competition, and rowers Pam Relph, Naomi Riches and Lily van den Broecke.
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