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.
The Team GB hockey squad announced this afternoon includes Nicholas Catlin from Marlow, Jonathan Clarke from Southend-on-Sea, Daniel Fox from Godalming, Ben Hawes from Lewes, Ashley Jackson from Tunbridge Wells; Barry Middleton, Glenn Kirkham and Iain Lewers who play for East Grinstead.
Also on the team are: Iain Mackay who plays for Reading, Robert Moore from Winchester, Richard Smith from Portsmouth and James Tindall from Virginia Water. There are four other men on the squad who play for teams outside our region.
Video: our first pictures from Henley Regatta.
Selected athletes: Tom Aggar, Maidenhead; Nick Beighton, Yateley; Sam Scowen, Wokingham; Pamela Relph, Aylesbury; Lily Van den Broecke, (cox) Oxford.
Pictures are coming in from Henley Regatta, where races are taking place this morning.
Darren Kenny, from Verwood, and pilot rider Barney Storey, who was born in Wimbourne, are among the 18-strong Para-Cycling team who are set to compete at London 2012. Kenny, who won four Golds in Beijing, will be competing in his third Games.
The rowing squad that will represent Team GB at the 2012 Paralympics will be announced at the Henley Royal Regatta later.
Seven rowers will be put forward for the team.
The GB rowing team revealed its World Cup squad today - the best indictor yet of who's likely to be competing at the Olympics.
The crews were announced during a row past at the Redgrave-Pinsent Rowing Lake near Reading.
Berkshire rowers Anna Watkins and Katherine Grainger have been chosen in the women's double skull.
James Foad from Southampton has got a seat in the men's eight, alongside Greg Searle from Marlow and Alex Partridge from Alton in Hampshire.
They'll compete at the World Cup in Belgrade next month.