Plus cox Rowley Douglas
This year MBEs also go to Britain's nine gold medallist rowers in the men's coxed eight.
In athletics, Jonathan Edwards is awarded the CBE for his triple jump gold medal following his MBE of 1995.
Heptathlete Denise Lewis is also honoured for the second time.
Britain's golden girl receives an OBE 12 months after the MBE.
Pinsent again shares the spotlight with Redgrave
Audley Harrison, Britain's first boxing gold medallist since 1968, will start his professional career as an MBE.
Modern pentathlete Stephanie Cook, shooter Richard Faulds and cyclist Jason Queally all get the same award.
Gold medal-winning sailors Ben Ainslie, Iain Percy and Shirley Robertson are also honoured with MBEs.
The hugely successful British Paralympic team are also recognised.
Five gold medallists - Vicky Broadribb, Kenny Cairns, Caroline Innes, Isabel Newstead and Lee Pearson - receive MBEs.
Schmeichel and Dettori
Away from Sydney, two high-profile foreign stars are honoured.
Jockey Frankie Dettori gets the same award for services to horse racing after a year in which he survived a serious plane crash.
Bill Adams also gets an MBE for services to horse racing's Stable Lads' Association.
Denmark's former Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel receives an honorary MBE almost two years after he helped the club to the European Cup.
Other football figures honoured with MBEs are ex-Southampton manager Ted Bates, Portsmouth goalkeeper Alan Knight and Brendon Batson.
One of the pioneer black footballers in the 1970s, Batson is now a senior figure with the Professional Footballers' Association.
There is also a CBE for Everton chairman Bill Kenwright, albeit for his theatrical work.
Sheila Begbie gets an MBE for services to women's football.
Reid's leadership qualities have been rewarded
In cricket, former England captain and chairman of selectors, Ted Dexter, receives the CBE.
"It is not just for me, it is for all the guys I have played with," he told BBC Sport Online.
Dale Reid is rewarded with the OBE after captaining Europe's women golfers to Solheim Cup victory over the United States.
Darts legend Phil Taylor, winner of eight world championships, receives the MBE.
Even in a year of astounding success, non-Olympic sports are not forgotten.
Jean Perkins receives an OBE for services to netball and Ann Jee an MBE for work in the sport of squash.
Phil Taylor has dominated darts for a decade
Those who work behind the scenes in sport are also well represented.
The smooth organisation that bolstered the British Olympics team's chances is recognised.
There is an MBE for British Olympic Association's Director of Games Services, Louise Ramsay.
Meanwhile a number of other sports broadcasters and administrators also get honours.
- Martin Hopkins, executive producer, BBC Sport
- Adrian Metcalfe, TV commentator for services for UK Sport
- Ken Reid, former Irish RFU chairman
- Don Rutherford, Scottish rugby union
- William Hardiman, sports ground management
- Ron Jones, director of Sports Aid Cymru Wales
- John Snowdon, amateur swimming