Millie Knight began the year with gold and silver at the World Championships in January - good job!
ParalympicsGB's swimmers were rewarded for their 2016 endeavours with a visit to Buckingham Palace in February.
Watch our Paralympic swimming champions collect their MBEs from The Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace today ♀️ pic.twitter.com/hyBf8hN7iW— ParalympicsGB (@ParalympicsGB) February 17, 2017
In March, our potential Winter Paralympians marked one year until the Games - and excitement started to build!
In April, David Weir did just what David Weir does.
Just as he did pretty much all season, in May Rio gold medalist Andy Lewis competed in an elite triathlon and beat everybody!
Just saying..... pic.twitter.com/aPiA4hvoxc— Andy Lewis MBE (@Bladerunnerandy) May 14, 2017
When you make history by becoming the first British player to win the French Open wheelchair tennis singles title - as Alfie Hewett did in June - there's only one way to celebrate.
There was only one way this night was going to end pic.twitter.com/UgdcxEt2Ld— Alfie Hewett (@alfiehewett6) June 10, 2017
July saw the British Athletics thrill the home crowd at London Stadium. Truly unforgettable.
Inspiring the next generation was key, and that's exactly what London 2017 did. Let's hope we see Billy at some point in the future!
To the football pitch now, and how good was this from England's Daniel Bramall at the Blind European Championships in August? Golazo...
Also in August, GB's para equestrian squad brought home the silverware, including in the team event.
Britain's Jessica Stretton was in sensational form at September's World Archery Championships with two golds in the space of a few minutes, not to mention a new world record.
Never let it be said that GB's Paul Karabadak doesn't know how to celebrate. His joy - captured on camera by team-mate Megan Shackleton - after becoming European champion in October will live long in the memory.
David Smith - three major surgeries in six years, with the doctor thinking he'll never walk again. Against all the odds, he ended the year with bronze at the Para-cycling International in November.
And no round-up would be complete without at least a little bit of Jonnie Peacock, who added some glitter to the end of the parasport year by finishing third in the Sports Personality of the Year voting in December.
Wow, what a year and what a night!! Utterly shocked, have to say a HUGEEEE thankyou to everyone who voted!!! The support for para sport this year has been outstanding!! Thank you!— Jonnie Peacock (@JonniePeacock) December 17, 2017