Gloucestershire's Olympic rowing champion Peter Reed will return to the scene of his 2012 triumph this weekend.
He'll be competing for Great Britain at the World Rowing Cup. The event's being held in the UK for the first time in 8 years. It takes place at Eton Dorney, where the 31-year-old won a gold medal in the Coxless Fours at last year's Olympics.
Gloucestershire's Olympic rower Peter Reed has been named in the Great Britain team for this month's World Cup.
It's the first time in eight years that the event is being held in the UK. It will take place at Eton Dorney, where the 31-year-old won a gold medal in the coxless four at London 2012.
Nailsworth's postboxes are the latest in the West Country to be painted gold.
Peter Reed, who grew up in the Cotswold town, won a gold medal on Saturday as part of the Great Britain men's coxless four rowing team.
Royal Mail is celebrating every GB gold medal by painting a postbox gold in every Olympic champion's home town.
Cheltenham High Street's postbox has also been painted gold in honour of Reed's team-mate Alex Gregory, and the Gloucestershire duo also feature on a limited edition postage stamp.
Gloucestershire's Pete Reed and Alex Gregory were part of the GB team which produced a sensational performance to beat Australia and win Olympic gold in the men's coxless fours.
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.
Britain won their fourth successive coxless fours title by a quarter of a length from the Australians with the United States winning the bronze medal.
Great Britain's Men's Four rowing team, featuring Gloucester duo Peter Reed and Alex Gregory, have won Gold at Eton Dorney.
The GB team defended their Olympic title and crossed the line with a time of 6 minutes, 3.97 seconds, ahead of Australia (6:05.19) and USA (6:07.20).