Veteran athletics coach
still working for UK Athletics at 72, is appointed OBE and
former performance director of UK Sport, becomes CBE.
becomes MBE for services to archery and
receives the same honour for services to boxing.
Nick Skelton is aiming for gold at London 2012.
Former Chelsea and Celtic player Elliott, 48, is honoured for services to equality and diversity in football. His CBE represents the highest honour so far received by any player from the Premier League era.
Elliott, who works for anti-discrimination group Kick It Out, said: "I am flabbergasted by this honour, and feel privileged and humbled.
"You do not set out in life to win these honours, I have just tried to make a bit of a difference and I would like to thank organisations such as Kick It Out for all the work they have done."
Skelton, who recovered from breaking his neck in 2000, is Britain's number one showjumper more than three decades after his national debut.
He said: "I am very, very pleased and this is great for the sport of showjumping as well. It is a real honour."
Warner, who was appointed chairman of the 2017 World Athletics Championships earlier this year, said: "I was surprised and delighted to learn of the honour.
"I have hugely enjoyed the last five years, these are momentous times for the sport and I'm very proud to be chairman leading up to 2017."
Williams retired from Wales duty in December.
Matt King, who was left paralysed below the neck two weeks after his 17th birthday after being injured playing for the London Broncos Academy in 2004, is appointed OBE for his charity work.
Since then, the RFL Benevolent Fund has given him the financial and practical assistance which has allowed him to gain a first class degree in law and a greater level of independence.
As a fund-raiser for the RFL Benevolent Fund, he has painted Christmas cards using just a mouth-stick to raise money for the charity which supports players whose lives are affected by serious injuries sustained while playing rugby league.
King is also an ambassador for the Variety Club of Great Britain and an advocate for spinal injury charities.
Northern Ireland's Mike Bull, the 1970 Commonwealth Games pole vault champion, becomes an OBE for services to sport and charity.
Sporting honours in full
Dames Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE):
Zaha Hadid, services to architecture (Olympic aquatics centre architect);
Tessa Jowell, formerly Olympics minister, London 2012 board member, services to politics and charity.
Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE):
Paul Elliott, services to equality and diversity in football;
Peter Keen, special advisor, UK Sport.
Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE):
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