It's been a memorable year for dual 2018 Commonwealth Games gold medalist Madison de Rozario.
The 25-year-old started the year on the Gold Coast taking home both T54 1500m and T54 marathon Commonwealth Games titles.
Just a week later de Rozario took maiden honours in the women’s wheelchair race at the London Marathon, finishing in one hour 42 minutes 58 seconds ahead of four-time champion Tatyana McFadden with fellow American Susannah Scaroni, in third.
Fresh from her Commonwealth Games triumph, Australia's Madison de Rozario has won the #LondonMarathon's women's wheelchair event amid record temperatures for the race https://t.co/G9m6vlQroo (Pic:AP) pic.twitter.com/jphod722cS— ABC Grandstand (@abcgrandstand) April 22, 2018
She would meet McFadden and Scaroni once again at the Nottwil Grand Prix, where she put the world on notice after completing a clean sweep of her events.
De Rozario crossed in a time of 1:49.76 for first place in the 800m T53 before her 1,500m T53 race saw her equal McFadden's world record set in 2015 (3:13.27).
She also defended her 5,000m T54 title from 2017 against a strong field including US duo McFadden and Scaroni.
These are in no particular order, The Women's Game just wants to bring you some of the best moments from 2018.