Olympic rowing champions Helen Glover and Pete Reed enjoyed a successful return to Eton Dorney at the World Rowing Cup this weekend.
Glover, from Penzance, and Reed, from Nailsworth in Gloucestershire, were back at the scene of their London 2012 triumphs, determined to preserve their reputations.
Gloucestershire's Olympic rower Pete Reed has been named in the Great Britain team for this month's World Cup.
The event will take place at Eton Dorney, where the 31-year-old won a gold medal in the coxless fours at London 2012.
It's being held in the UK for the first time in eight years.
Rower Pete Reed, who's from Nailsworth in Gloucestershire, has told Absolute Radio that he got engaged last night, just days after celebrating an Olympic gold medal in the men's four rowing event.
The Olympic champion, who also won gold in Beijing in 2008 has already confirmed his desire to compete for a third title at Rio 2016.
On the day Nailsworth's post boxes were painted gold in honour of gold-medal winning Pete Reed, our Gloucestershire correspondent Ken Goodwin spoke to Pete's proud parents Leo and Sue.
Alex Gregory says he 'couldn't be happier' after winning a gold medal in his first ever Olympic games.
Gregory, from Cheltenham, and Reed, from Nailsworth, were part of the Men's Four rowing team which produced a sensational performance to beat Australia on Saturday.
The pair, along with crew-mates Andrew Triggs Hodge and Tom James led from the start to extend Britain's dominance over the Olympic event to 16 years.
We caught up with the triumphant team after they had time to recover: