The boat used by the Row2Recovery team to cross the Atlantic is on display for first time at the River & Rowing Museum in Henley-on-Thames.
Early this year, the four amputee and two able bodied servicemen completed an epic journey, rowing 3,000 miles across the Atlantic from the coast of Africa to Barbados.
Royal Mail have painted gold a post box, near the Leander Rowing Club in Henley-on-Thames. The gesture marks pride in the success of the club's rowers at the Olympics. Members of the club won 12 medals at the London 2012 Games.
The men's eight rowing at Eton Dorney have won bronze for Great Britain.
James Foad, from Southampton, Richard Egington, Matthew Langridge and Alex Partridge from Henley, and Tom Ransley, from Ashford, all starred in the race, at one point hitting the lead, before Germany stormed to a finish.
Canada just pipped us for second.
The men's eight lying second as they head to the line...
The men's eight are now rowing at Eton Dorney, with James Foad, from Southampton, Richard Egington, Matthew Langridge and Alex Partridge from Henley, and Tom Ransley, from Ashford, going for gold!
Frances Houghton and Debbie Flood, who both train at the Leander club in Henley, couldn't quite match the success of Helen Glover and Heather Stanning.
They've come sixth in the final of the women's quadruple sculls.
Great Britain's Helen Glover and Heather Stanning, based in Reading, celebrate winning gold in the women's pair final at Eton Dorney Lake.
Leander club in Henley colleagues Frances Houghton and Debbie Flood are currently racing in the final of the women's quadruple sculls.
Great Britain celebrated their first gold medal of the London Olympic Games after Helen Glover and Heather Stanning, based in Reading, stormed to victory in the final of the women's pair.
Glover and Stanning destroyed the field, winning by more than a length to make history at Eton Dorney as the first British female rowers to be crowned Olympic champions.
Australia pipped world champions New Zealand to win silver but neither crew was able to live with the blistering pace set by the British pair.
A number of rowers from the South will be competing in Olympic finals today - as the women's pair, quadruple sculls and the men's eight take to the water in the next few hours.
Many of those taking part come from Leander club in Henley, including Frances Houghton and Debbie Flood in the women's quadruple sculls.