Olympians and Paralympians honoured
The UK's Olympians and Paralympians have marked "a year to remember" at the GQ Awards.
Stars including Sir Chris Hoy, Louis Smith, Mo Farah and Jody Cundy came on stage to accept the Team award from Lord Coe.
Sir Chris praised his teammates and said: "It's been a year to remember, thank you very much."
Earlier in the night, fellow cyclist Bradley Wiggins accepted the Lifetime Achievement award from Liam Gallagher. The Olympic theme continued with the designer of the cauldron Thomas Heatherwick being given the Cultural Icon award by opening ceremony supremo Danny Boyle.
Double gold winner Farah also presented Robbie Williams with an Icon award at the event in the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, central London.
Other awards saw Homeland star Damian Lewis named TV Personality of the year and Borat star Sacha Baron Cohen named best comedian. Gary Barlow was given the Outstanding Achievement award, while Michael Fassbender was named Actor of the year.
U2 frontman Bono presented the Inspiration award to Sir Salman Rushdie, and Sir Tom Jones picked up the Legend award at the ceremony. He we presented with the award - and a pair of knickers - by Grace Jones with the Welsh veteran joking: "Thank you, us Jones' have to stick together."
X Factor host Dermot O'Leary was named Most Stylish man at the event, hosted by Jimmy Carr and David Walliams, and given his award by new Bond girl Benerice Marlohe.
US film producer Harvey Weinstein gave the Editor's Special award to James Corden, while Thor star Chris Hemsworth was presented with the International Breakthrough award by fellow Australian Kylie Minogue.