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.
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The British men's coxless Four rowing team celebrate after winning Olympic gold today.
Andrew Triggs Hodge from Aylesbury, Pete Reed, who rows for Leander at Henley, Tom James and Alex Gregory from Henley have extended Britain's dominance over the Olympic event to 16 years.
Great Britain produced a sensational performance to beat Australia and win Olympic gold in the men's coxless fours.
Andrew Triggs Hodge from Aylesbury, Pete Reed, who rows for Leander at Henley, Tom James and Alex Gregory from Henley led from the start to extend Britain's dominance over the Olympic event to 16 years.
Britain won their fourth successive coxless fours title by a quarter of a length from the Australians with the United States winning the bronze medal.
Alex Gregory, from Henley, Pete Reed, who rows for Leander at Henley and Andy Triggs Hodge from Aylesbury have triumphed in the Men's four rowing event. They fought off their main rivals Australia in a thrilling finish. USA finished third.
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