Anthony Joshua, World’s Heavyweight Champion, has been honoured with an OBE title.
The British-Nigerian boxer was honored with the title OBE for his services to boxing.
In a statement by British Olympic Association chief executive Bill Sweeney, he said;
“We are incredibly proud of those honoured today for their contribution to Olympism.
“In particular, Lizzy Yarnold and Anthony Joshua are great examples of athletes that were able to fulfil their not only their Olympic ambitions, but give so much back to their communities and country.
“As Chef de Mission, Mike Hay has presided over unprecedented consecutive Winter Games successes, bringing to bear his knowledge and experience in a highly competitive and unpredictable environment.
“His excellent relationships with our winter sports and athletes was self-evident in Pyeongchang and we’re delighted he has been awarded an OBE.”