Olympic gold medallist Charlotte du Jardin has been celebrating in style after winning the individual dressage at Rio. The equestrian from Newent in Gloucestershire posted a series of pictures on Facebook. See them all here
Gloucestershire golden girl Charlotte Dujardin says she will definitely marry fiancee Dean Golding in the next year.Read the full story ›
Charlotte Dujardin, the triple Olympian from Gloucestershire has been proposed to on the ground in Rio as she competed in the Individual Dressage.
Fellow Team GB athlete Carl Hester revealed her boyfriend, Dean, had a banner with the request as she took to the track.
The couple are already engaged, but the sign asked her to get her skates on. The sign reading 'Will you marry me now?' was placed underneath the scoreboard. But did she say yes?
The West Country has won another Gold Medal for Team GB with Charlotte Dujardin winning the Individual Dressage.Read the full story ›
Team GB have taken silver in the men's 4x100m relay in the pool.
The team of Adam Peaty, Chris Walker-Hebborn, James Guy and Duncan Scott set a British record of three minutes 29.24 seconds, but were beaten by the Americans who set a new Olympic record of three minutes 27.95 seconds.
The win marks a 23rd gold medal for Michael Phelps of the USA.
Ryan Murphy of the USA broke the world record for the 100m backstroke in the leadoff leg, clocking 51.85 seconds.
Australia took bronze.
How do you celebrating winning not one, but two, silver medals at the Olympic Games?
Well, team GB's Jazz Carlin did just that- and had a simple but effective way to mark her achievement:
Rowers representing Great Britain got two podium positions on a successful day for Team GB.Read the full story ›
Team GB's Jazz Carlin has won silver in the women's 800m freestyle - her second medal of the Rio Games.Read the full story ›
Helen Glover said a special heartfelt thankyou to her home county of Cornwall after winning a historic second gold medal at Rio.Read the full story ›
Two of our West Country rowers made history today as they became the first female British athletes to win back to back Olympic gold medals.Read the full story ›