Crowds of well-wishers have turned out to cheer on Team GB's Olympic sailors as they paraded through Weymouth to celebrate their success.
Team GB's Olympic sailors have received a welcome fit for heroes on their open-top bus tour of Weymouth.
The names of the athletes chosen to represent the ParalympicsGB rowing squad have been announced.
Detectives are looking for witnesses and information after a British athlete's kit was stolen in Holt Lane, Hook.
The offenders broke into athlete Charlotte Purdue's garage and stole her official Great Britain kit, 30 boxes of Nike trainers and holdall bags.
The break-in took place between 4pm on May 5 and 5am and May 9.
Some of the items have been recovered but at least 15 boxes of trainers remain outstanding.
Gamesmakers have rolled out the red carpet for Team GB as they enter the Paralympic Village in London. Hundreds of performers sang Queen's "Bicycle Race" as they entered the park.
Weymouth hasn't said goodbye to the Olympics yet. Members of the Team BG sailing team will parade through the town on an open top bus to herald the start of Weymouth Carnival.
Organisers say they hope visitors who have come for the Olympics will stay to enjoy the carnival procession, which will be followed by aerial displays, live music and a fireworks finale.
Britain's Olympic sailors will parade through Weymouth in Dorset later ahead of the town carnival.
Among those expected to appear are Hampshire's Ben Ainslie who won the Finn class, claiming his fourth Olympic gold medal; windsurfer Nick Dempsey, Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark, Luke Patience and Stuart Bithell, Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson.
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Karina Bryant, from Camberley in Surrey, has won bronze in the women's 78kg Judo