Olympic gold medalist Peter Wilson is donating his Team GB kit to his local charity shop in Dorset. The 27 year old who won gold in the men's double trap shooting at London 2012 - handed over nine items to Weldmar Hospicecare Trust shop in Sherborne.
Olympic shooting champion Peter Wilson has paid tribute to his friend and fellow Sherborne resident Andrew Simpson.
The 2012 gold medal winner expressed his shock at the tragedy which claimed the life of his British team mate.
36 year old Simpson died after his yacht capsized during training for the America's Cup race in San Fransisco Bay, California.
In an exclusive interview with ITV News, Wilson recounts meeting Simpson at a local supermarket shortly before he departed for the States:
48 hours ago Peter Wilson was a farmer's son from Dorset preparing for his Olympic debut. Today he woke up a gold medallist. He shot to fame yesterday in the double trap shooting.
Our Sport Correspondent Matthias Kurth has been to his family home in Glanvilles Wootton in Dorset where they're preparing to welcome back a hero.
Dorset's Peter Wilson claimed Britain's fourth gold medal of London 2012 in the men's double trap shooting event.
Our Sport Correspondent Matthias Kurth has been to his family home in Glanvilles Wootton in Dorset where they're preparing to welcome home a hero.
He spoke to Victoria Lewis, who is the head girl at the farmstead, and family friend Michael Miller:
Dorset is celebrating the achievements of their man with the golden gun - Dorchester-born shooter Peter Wilson.
Yesterday the 25-year-old won the 2012 Olympic men's double trap final at the Royal Artillery Barracks.
It meant another Westcountry postbox has turned gold.
Jonty Messer reports.