The Fiji men's rugby sevens team has been named the best male team of the Rio Olympics.
Fiji beat Great Britain in the final to win the Pacific Island's first Olympic gold.
They received the honour at the Association of National Olympic Committees awards in Doha.
Great Britain was named the best Olympic team following their record breaking medal haul.
Britain finished second in the medal table, ahead of China for the first time, winning 27 golds, 23 silvers and 17 bronzes - and became the first team to win more medals after hosting the Games.
Team GB's women's hockey team was named best female team.
Tennis player Monica Puig was named best female athlete after winning Puerto Rico's first Olympic gold medal.
The best male athlete went to South Africa's Wayde van Niekerk as he broke Michael Johnson's 400 metre world record which had stood for 17 years.
Brazilian judo fighter Rafaela Silva won the award for most inspirational performance.
Growing up in the infamous "City of God" in Rio, Silva took up judo at the age of seven as her parents were concerned about violence within the favela.
She became the first Brazilian judoka to become world and Olympic champion.
The 10-strong Refugee Olympic team won the award for inspiring hope through sport.
The 10 competed across three sports: swimming, athletics and judo, in which Popole Misenga was the most successful team member, advancing to the round of 16 in the men's -90kg division.