New Zealand's Olympic champion rowers Eric Murray, Hamish Bond and Mahe Drysdale have been named as finalists for the 2016 World Rowing Awards.
The pair of Murray and Bond and single sculler Drysdale are all up for the male crew of the year award.
The finalists are dominated by Olympic champions.
Murray and Bond extended their winning streak to 69 races with success in Rio, while Drysdale also defended his title by the narrowest of margins over Croatian Damir Martin.
Noel Donaldson is a finalist for coach of the year.
Donaldson coached Bond and Murray and the men's eight at Rio.
Last year no New Zealand crews were finalists despite the squad winning five world championship titles in 2015.
Finalists for the 2016 World Rowing Male Crew of the Year
Pierre Houin, Jeremie Azou, France, lightweight men's double sculls
Eric Murray, Hamish Bond, New Zealand, men's pair
Lucas Tramer, Simon Schuerch, Simon Niepmann, Mario Gyr, Switzerland, lightweight men's four
Mahe Drysdale, New Zealand, men's single sculls
Martin Sinkovic, Valent Sinkovic, Croatia, men's double sculls
Finalists for the 2016 World Rowing Female Crew of the Year
Heather Stanning, Helen Glover, Great Britain, women's pair
Emily Regan, Kerry Simmonds, Amanda Polk, Lauren Schmetterling, Tessa Gobbo, Meghan Musnicki, Eleanor Logan, Amanda Elmore, Katelin Snyder (coxswain), United States, women's eight
Kimberley Brennan, Australia, women's single sculls
Magdalena Fularczyk-Kozlowska, Natalia Madaj, Poland, women's double sculls
Annekatrin Thiele, Carina Baer, Julia Lier, Lisa Schmidla, Germany, women's quadruple sculls
Finalists for the 2016 World Rowing Para Crew of the Year
Birgit Skarstein, Norway, para women's single sculls
Rachel Morris, Great Britain, para women's single sculls
Grace Clough, Daniel Brown, Pamela Relph, James C. Fox, James Oliver (coxswain), Great Britain, para mixed coxed four
Roman Polianskyi, Ukraine, para men's single sculls
Lauren Rowles, Laurence Whiteley, Great Britain, para mixed double sculls
Finalists for the 2016 Coach of the Year
Alexis Besancon, France
Domenic Casey, Ireland
Noel Donaldson, New Zealand
Juergen Grobler, Great Britain
Roger Barrow, South Africa
Nikola Bralic, Croatia