The International Paralympic Committee have revealed the shortlist for August's Allianz Athlete of the Month prize and opened the public vote.
The nominations feature five athletes from a variety of different nations and sports.
The Netherlands are represented by Mariska Beijer and Liesette Bruinsma, nominated for their performances in wheelchair basketball and swimming respectively.
Beijer was named the 2018 Wheelchair Basketball World Championships' most valuable player after she scored 21 points and secured 12 rebounds in the final against Britain.
In winning the tournament, the Dutch women picked up their first major title.
Seventeen-year-old Bruinsma is nominated for her four golds and one silver medal at the 2018 Para Swimming European Championships.
She broke three world records in doing so, taking a massive six seconds off the eight-year-old record in the women's 400 metres freestyle S11 event.
Japan's Daisuke Ikezaki is also nominated after being named as the MVP of the 2018 Wheelchair Rugby World Championship by scoring 135 tries during the tournament.
His team secured a historic title, beating defending champions and hosts Australia by just one point in the final in Sydney, with Ikezaki scoring 25 Japanese tries.
France's Marie-Amelie le Fur overcame personal tragedy in the beginning of the year to win gold and set a world record in the women's T64 long jump event at the 2018 Para Athletics European Championships in Berlin.
The last candidate is Greece's Greg Polychronidis who won double gold at the 2018 World Boccia Championships in Liverpool.
The nominations were chosen from submissions by National Paralympic Committees and International Federations and the public vote will close here on September 11.