Chris and Gabby Adcock were among the award winners at the annual Milton Keynes Sports Achiever of the Year awards.
Badminton’s golden couple lifted the Sports Personality of the Year award, in recognition of their mixed doubles gold medal at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
For the first time this year, the ‘Sport in Art’ award was handed out to IDI Gazeley for their innovative ‘Leaping Man’ statue on the A421, depicting Greg Rutherford’s gold medal long jump from 2012.
Among the special guests on the night was Sebastian Vettel’s world championship winning Red Bull Racing RB6 from 2010.
Chair of Sport Milton Keynes Marie Collins MBE described the event as the best yet.
She said: “A lot of this success is down to Suzanne Williams and Karl Saunders and their team from Chameleon in Linford Wood.
“They have produced a spectacular production for us. This together with our own dedicated volunteers and generous sponsors has made this a brilliant evening.”
Boys under 18 Award: Kayne Stanway, Ski MK Race Team
Girls under 18 Award: Fee Teng Liew, Vampires Badminton
Men over 18 Award: Ben Aldred, MK Canoe Club
Women over 18 Award: Devon Byrne, Marshall MK Athletic Club
Disabled Man Award: Josh Sprules, Bletchley Rugby Club
Disabled Girl Award: Tyler-Leigh Patmore, MK BMX Racing Club
Special School Award: Slated Row School
Primary School Award: Hanslope Primary School
Secondary School Award: Denbigh School
Coach of the Year Award: Jenny Christmas, MK Springers Gymnastics Club
Team of the Year Award: Stantonbury Campus Boys Badminton Team
Service to Sport Award: Alex Ferrada, MK BMX Racing Club
Club of the Year Award: MK BMX Racing Club
Volunteer of the Year Award: Alan Armitage, Arabian School of Gymnastics
Sports Personality of the Year: Chris and Gabby Adcock
Sport in Art Award: IDI Gazeley, Leaping Man Sculpture