Team Sky mark Geraint Thomas winning the BBC Cymru Wales Sports Personality 2014 award with a special tribute to their rider at a training camp in Majorca, Spain.
The 28-year-old Welsh cycling star conducts a floodlit rendition of Welsh national anthem Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau, before being encouraged to 'cool off' in the swimming pool.
In a memorable year, Thomas went straight from his highest-placed finish in the Tour de France to the Commonwealth Games, where he won a bronze in the time trial and then claimed gold in the road race in dramatic fashion - overcoming a late puncture and a wheel change to cross the finish line first.
Those exploits saw him pip gymnast Frankie Jones and mountain biker Manon Carpenter to the BBC Wales award after a public vote.
*See more from Geraint Thomas on Sport Wales this Friday, 19:00 GMT on BBC Two Wales; also available for seven days after transmission on iPlayer