AMPUTEE Iliesa Delana said he wants to help Paralympic sports grow in Fiji and the region.
Delana, who won Fiji's and Oceania's only gold medal in the Paralympics in the 2012 London Games, was inducted into the Fiji Association of Sport and National Olympic Committee's Fiji Sports Hall of Fame on Friday.
He said the induction into the Hall of Fame was one his biggest achievements but he wanted to do more for the sport that had brought him this far.
"My plans now is to help develop Paralympics in the country and if possible in the Oceania region," the 28 year old said.
"Paralympics in the country has done a lot for me and I want to return the favour and lift its name and standard in Fiji," he said.
"Also I want to help the younger athletes progress and excel in their respective sports and not just inspire them but also train them and coach them."
Delana dedicated his induction to his mother, family, the Fatiaki family and the Fiji Paralympic Committee and said he was still trying to decide which competitions he wanted to take part in.
"I haven't really decided on what events I want to compete in this year but I am still training to maintain my fitness.
"I still haven't decided yet whether I will participate in the World Championship in July or no but I will continue my training," he said.
Meanwhile, former national cricket captain, Frederick Lawrence Curling Valentine, was posthumously inducted in the Hall of Fame.
Dr Jagdish Maharaj and Horace Peterson were also rewarded for their efforts and services to sports in the country when they were given the Fiji Olympic Order.
Maharaj, who currently serves on the Oceania Paralympic Committee, is a former president of the Fiji Paralympic Committee when it used to be known as the Fiji Sports Association for the Disabled.
Peterson is well remembered for his high standards for users of the Olympic Pool in Suva. He was also the national head coach of Fiji Swimming from 1979 to 1992.
The guest speaker for the event was double amputee Derek Derenalagi, who represented Great Britain in the 2012 London Paralympic Games.