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The Olympic rowing champion Peter Reed, who won gold at the London 2012 Games, will be honoured in his home-town in Gloucestershire on the 15th of September.
Reed raced in the crew of the men's coxless four event, successfully retaining the title he first won in Beijing four years ago.
A civic reception in Stroud and an open-top bus tour through Nailsworth, where he grew up, is being planned to celebrate his the 31-year-old's success.
Olympic rowing champion Pete Reed will be honoured with a Civic reception and an open top bus tour in his home town of Nailsworth near Stroud in Gloucestershire.
Reed raced in the crew of the men's coxless four event, successfully retaining the title he first won in Beijing.
Samantha Murray talks about her experience of winning the final Team GB medal at the London Olympics. Samantha, who trains at the University of Bath, took silver in the Modern Pentathlon.
Gold medal winner Peter Wilson is expected to return to Dorset this evening to a hero's welcome. A party is being planned for the shooting champion's home village pf Glanvilles Wootton.
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.
Team Bath athlete Samantha Murray is celebrating winning Team GB's last medal of the London 2012 Olympics. She took silver in the modern pentathlon last night. Murray, who is studying French and Politics at the University of Bath, said it was a complete dream to have the home crowd screaming for her
There were celebrations in Wiltshire today in honour of gold medal winner Ed McKeever. The main post box in Bradford on Avon was painted gold and dozens of people turned out to pay tribute to a local boy turned Olympic Champion.
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The 25-year-old has been showing his medal to all those who cheered him on in Glanvilles Wootton.
Samantha Murray is celebrating winning Team GB's last medal of the London 2012 Olympics. She took silver in the modern pentathlon yesterday.