Huge crowds have gathered in Henley-on-Thames to greet the British Olympics rowers.
Thousands joined the celebrations in the hope of catching a glimpse of the athletes, as they headed up river and then through the town on an open top bus.
Juliette Fletcher spoke to Mark Hunter Silver Medallist, Anna Watkins Gold Medallist and Alex Gregory Gold Medallist.
Hundreds of people have lined the streets of Henley-on-Thames to celebrate the Olympic rowers medal success. 21 rowers who are connected to the town took part in the games with 12 bringing home medals.
Double olympic gold medallist Tom James has described the town of Henley as "awesome" as hundreds of people are lining the streets to greet athletes on an open top bus tour.
Crowds are lining the streets of Henley-on-Thames to celebrate Team GB's success in the Rowing events at London 2012.
The home of British rowing Henley-on-Thames is hosting an party for 21 Olympic rowers who train in the town. 12 rowers who are involved with the town's famous Leander Rowing Club won medals at London 2012 - including 3 gold medals in the women's double skulls and the men's fours.
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.