Olympic cycling hero Jason Kenny said he was "blown away" by the reception he received today as thousands of fans turned out to greet him in his home town.
Wearing his two gold medals around his neck, Kenny was accompanied by his girlfriend and fellow double gold medal-winning cyclist Laura Trott as he greeted supporters outside Bolton Town Hall.
Kenny, who is 24 and won gold in the men's team sprint and the individual sprint at London 2012, also took home gold and silver medals four years ago in Beijing.
His races were shown again on a large screen to loud cheers from the crowd assembled outside, while Kenny also attended a civic reception inside.
Laura Trott and the Post Office have now solved the problem of where to place the postbox that is due to painted gold in honour of her Olympic win:
Royal Mail will paint a postbox near the old school of Olympic champion Laura Trott, after it was almost painted in the wrong town.
Royal Mail have said they will try and correct a mistake which has lead to Olympian Laura Trott's postbox being painted gold in the wrong town.
One postbox in the hometown of every athlete who wins a gold medal is due to be re-painted gold in their honour, however Royal Mail had said they would paint one for Laura Trott in Harlow, when she is from Cheshunt.
Laura notified the Post Office of the mix-up in a tweet earlier today and Royal Mail have responded saying they will try and fix their mistake:
Sir Chris Hoy had told Laura she just needed to win another gold medal to earn another postbox:
Cyclist Laura Trott has issued a plea on Twitter to have the postbox painted gold in her honour to be in her actual hometown of Cheshunt rather than Harlow:
The Post Office is painting one postbox gold for each athlete who wins a gold medal during the London Games.
Cyclist Laura Trott bids for Olympic women’s team pursuit gold today after breaking a world record in the Velodrome at the Olympic Games on Friday.
Team GB's cycling trio of Trott, Dani King and Joanna Rowsell set a world best to book their places in the first round of the women’s 3,000m team pursuit in London.
The reigning world champions clocked a time of three minutes 15.699 seconds.
20-year-old Trott tweeted: "Thanks for the support you guys were amazing:-) First round tomoz and then hopefully final! #bringiton."