Gold 2018 Commonwealth Games silver medal-winning shooter Tim Kneale is among the seven nominees for the Sportsman of the Year prize at next month's Isle of Man Sports Awards.
Kneale became the first Manx athlete to win medals at two different Commonwealth Games when he finished second in the men's double trap in the Australian city.
He added a silver medal to the bronze he claimed in the same event at the 2010 edition in New Delhi.
Joining Kneale on the Sportsman of the Year shortlist are enduro racing brothers Jamie and Daniel McCanney, motorsports men Conor Cummins and Lee Cain, cyclist Mark Christian and boxer Danny Roberts.
Four Gold Coast 2018 athletes feature on the Sportswoman of the Year award shortlist - swimmer Charlotte Atkinson, cyclists Anna Christian and Elizabeth Holden and race walker Erika Kelly.
Completing the eight-strong list are middle-distance runner Rachael Franklin, snowboarder Zoe Gillings-Brier and equestrian riders Yasmin Ingham and Libby Priest.
The 2019 Isle of Man Sports Awards are due to take place at the Villa Marina in Douglas on April 4.
McCanney and Atkinson won the two individual awards at last year's event.
"Twenty-eighteen was a fantastic year in sport for the Isle of Man, with numerous competitions taking place both locally and internationally," Isle of Man Sport executive chairman Gary Corkhill was reported as saying by BBC.
"We were pleasantly surprised to see such a broad range of sports that local athletes are competing in on a global stage, resulting in us seeing a number of lesser known sporting disciplines and names shortlisted for this year's event."
Among the other categories are Under-21 Sportsman and Woman of the Year, Disability Sportsperson of the Year, Sports Team of the Year, Sports Administrator of the Year, Isle of Man Sports Ambassador, Sports Coach of the Year and Veteran Sportsperson of the Year.
A Lifetime Achievement award will also be presented with the recipient being selected by the Sports Awards Committee.