Dustin Martin is the 2017 Brownlow Medallist, winning the award with a record 36 votes ahead of ineligible Geelong star Patrick Dangerfield (33) and Hawthorn's Tom Mitchell (25).
The Tigers superstar joins last year's winner Dangerfield in being voted the game's best player by umpires, players and coaches.
DUSTIN MARTIN'S STELLAR SEASON
* Brownlow Medallist
* AFL Players Association MVP
* AFL Coaches Association Player of the Year
* Player of the Year: Herald Sun, SEN, 3AW
* 11 three-vote games (R1 v Carlton, R3 v West Coast, R9 v Greater Western Sydney, R10 v Essendon, R11 v North Melbourne, R15 v Port Adelaide, R17 v Brisbane, R18 v Greater Western Sydney, R19 v Gold Coast, R22 v Fremantle, R23 v St Kilda)
* Averaged 30 disposals, 14 contested possessions, six clearances, six inside-50s, four tackles and a goal each game
* Set new AFL record for most broken tackles (68) and tied record for most in a single game (seven in round 15 win over Port Adelaide)
* Achieved career-high clearances (15 in round three win over West Coast) and inside-50s (12 in round 17 win over Brisbane)
* Most inside-50s this season (147 at six per game)
* Third-most contested possessions this season (340) behind leader Patrick Dangerfield
* Fourth-most disposals this season (715) behind leader Matt Crouch
* Fourth-most clearances this season (155) behind leader Patrick Dangerfield.