Well-wishers packed the streets of London today to cheer Britain's sporting heroes as they paraded through the capital.
Olympics and Paralympics stars including Greg Rutherford from Milton Keynes, Victoria Pendleton from Bedfordshire, Louis Smith from Cambridgeshire and Jonnie Peacock from Cambridge proudly wore their medals as they waved to fans from open-top floats which wound their way through streets full of fans.
Despite the Paralympics coming to a close with a rousing ceremony on Sunday night, the celebrations continued with a carnival-like atmosphere in the city.
Around 800 athletes travelled on 21 floats, grouped in alphabetical order by their sport.
Olympic javelin thrower Goldie Sayers tweeted at picture of herself with Cambridge sprinter Jonnie Peacock and St Neots high jumper Robbie Grabarz during the London victory parade.
Sayers, 30, was born in Newmarket and educated at King's School in Ely.
Olympic handball player Louise Jukes from Ipswich tweeted: "Seriously overwhelmed yet again! So emotional! The British public are amazing thank you!! So many people."
Bronze-medal winning boxer Anthony Agogo from Lowestoft, Suffolk tweeted a picture of himself in Trafalgar Square with the caption: "Pride personified"