Gymnast Daniel Purvis was the first North West athlete to make it on to the podium in the London 2012 Olympics.
He helped Great Britain win a bronze, their first Olympic medal in the men's team gymnastics event in a century.
And his friends and family have put on a big party for his return to Crosby.
Great Britain won their first men's Olympic team medal in a century when they claimed bronze at the North Greenwich arena.
Daniel Purvis from Crosby was a member of the GB men's gymnastics team which helped Great Britain win bronze, their first Olympic medal in the men's team event in a century.
Daniel Purvis from Crosby was a member of the GB men's gymnastics team which won a bronze medal last night. They were originally awarded silver but the Japanese team successfully appealed the judges' decision. ITV has been speaking to Daniel's father, Bob Purvis.