Olympic gold medallist Nick Skelton will make a return to international showjumping action later this week.
As Nick Skelton goes for his second gold his parents talk to Central News about how proud they are.
International show-jumping star Nick Skelton is one of the Midlands Olympic hopefuls.
London 2012 gold medal winner Nick Skelton will arrive at Buckingham Palace at 11.00 to collect his OBE for services to equestrian sport.
Coventry-born showjumper and Olympic gold medallist Nick Skelton will be awarded an OBE by the Queen today for services to equestrian sport.
54 year-old Skelton was part of Britain's team jumping squad who took gold at London 2012 and has won a number of major medals in a career spanning nearly 40 years.
A second post box has been painted gold in Warwickshire for Olympic Champion Nick Skelton.
This post box in Bedworth has finally got the gold treatment after a campaign by local people.
Nick Skelton won gold in the team show jumping two weeks ago and the Royal Mail painted a box in Alcester where he lives and trains.
But he was born some thirty miles away in Bedworth and locals there said they **should have the honour.
Nick Skelton won a gold medal in the team show jumping event. Yesterday he narrowly missed out on an individual medal. ITV Central was there to welcome him back to his Warwickshire stables.
A postbox in Alcester in Warwickshire has been painted gold in honour of the show jumper Nick Skelton who won gold in the team event on Monday. Nick was born in Stratford-upon-Avon but now lives in Alcester. He goes for his second gold today in the individual event.