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Scottish Olympic and Paralympic medallists will be honoured at a parade in Glasgow this evening.
Show jumper Scott Brash has won gold at London 2012.
The team won the competition after a dramatic finale at Greenwich Park on Monday.
It was Britain's first OIympic showjumping title for 60 years
Lucy Taylor reports for ITV Border from London. She explains what our local athletes in Team GB are hoping for today.
Peebles' Scott Brash will take part in the third round of the Individual jumping event after the 26 year old and his horse Hello Sanctos performed a superb round yesterday despite gaining four penalty points.
Scott Brash, the equestrian rider from Peebles, will compete again today in the men's individual show jumping.
He and his horse Hello Sanctos tipped one pole for four faults in round one, but still made it into the second round at Greenwich Park.
He'll also compete in the team event for Great Britain, from 11 am.
Cumbria's Alan Wills has been knocked out of the Men's individual archery competition.
The 30-year-old was beaten 6-5 by Australian Taylor Worth in the 1/32 Eliminations this afternoon.
First it was the Tour de France, and now the Olympics. When it comes to cycling everyone is hoping this will be British breakthrough year.
British success in cycling so far has seen the sport's popularity soar. Scottish Cycling has organised skill sessions to teach youngsters how to handle a racing bike. The latest was at the Everholm Running Track at Annan, in Dumfries and Galloway.
Competitive history: Bronze at the 2007 World Cup event in Dubai, 15th in Beijing in 2008 and gold at the 2010 World Field Archery Championships.