Wales' first gold medallist of Rio 2016 has described his victory in the cycling team pursuit as "surreal".
The four strong team of Bradley Wiggins, Owain Doull, Ed Clancy, and Steven Burke were pushed all the way by the Australians, who led until the final laps. In the end it took a world record time for Team GB to see off the competition.
Speaking to ITV News, Cardiff-born Doull said the result had left him "gob-smacked".
It just feels surreal, you know. I think growing up, watching the olympics and stuff like that it's just... I just can't put it into words. Just gob-smacked.
We're really fortunate in Wales, we've got a world class velodrome in Newport so only 20 or 30 minutes away from me. Fortunately for us it's where we had our holding camp before coming out to Rio so we spent two or three weeks there and it's a world class velodrome and it makes a massive difference.
Thousands lined the streets last night to celebrate the return of the taekwondo star.
In an interview with ITV Wales, the Cardiff-born Olympic sailor also spoke of her relief at winning gold with race partner Saskia Clark.
Jazz Carlin, Hannah Mills and Elinor Barker arrived back from Rio this morning and it seems baggage collection could have been a bit tricky,