Dave Brailsford has been honoured at the BBC’s Sports Personality awards for his work with British cycling.
The 48-year-old was named 2012 coach of the year after helping guide Team GB riders to eight gold medals for the second successive Olympics.
He is also a leading figure at Team Sky, which celebrated a historic Tour de France as Bradley Wiggins won from team-mate Chris Froome.
Brailsford first won the top coach award in 2008.
“It is a huge privilege to get this award – this year of all years after a fantastic summer of sport,” said Brailsford.
“I am lucky because I get to collect the award but there is a great team behind me. It is about the athletes, it is about the riders and we have a brilliant team in British Cycling and Team Sky.”