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London 2012 gold medallists Jade Jones and Mark Colbourne will be among the Welsh athletes welcomed back to Cardiff today.
Earlier this week they were met by thousands of fans in London. This evening, a home crowd gets the chance to congratulate them outside the Senedd.
Victory celebrations for the Paralympic gold medal winner Josie Pearson will be held tonight in her home town of Hay-on-Wye.
Organisers say they've had to book a bigger venue to accomodate all the well-wishers.
A Royal Mail post box in Hay-on-Wye has been painted gold to commemorate Welsh Paralympic athlete Josie Pearson.
The 26-year-old took gold in the discus, setting three world records on her way to claiming the title.
Individual first class stamps bearing her image are also being produced.
Josie is the latest athlete to be commemorated by the Royal Mail, which has painted some of its iconic red post boxes to celebrate every gold medal won during London 2012.
Swansea-based swimmer Ellie Simmonds has brushed off her 'Paralympics Golden Girl' tag, saying: "I think every athlete has been amazing."
When asked what memory she would take away from the Games, the 17-year-old instantly replied: "The crowd... the support has been unbelievable."
Paralympic discus thrower and shot-putter was part of the celebrations at the London 2012 victory parade.
The 21-year-old from Bridgend won a gold medal in F42 discus and a bronze in the shot-put at the Paralympic Games.
Paralympic archer Pippa Britton has tweeted that the Lord Mayor has given the athletes a "moving" speech to athletes ahead of the victory parade.
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Royal Mail says the seven post boxes in Wales painted gold to mark Olympic and Paralympic triumphs will remain so permanently.
Hundreds of people turned out, as Paralympic cycling champion Mark Colbourne was given the freedom of his home town.