Rio celebrations have come to end - but we look back at the Olympic Games with fond memories and huge amount of medals in tow.
It looks like the West Country in particular has lots to be proud of with 28 of the Team GB medallists being from our region.
But who are some of the ones that claimed medals?
Gloucestershire's Charlotte Dujardin won Gold in the Individual Dressage with her horse Valegro after a stunning performance.
Two of our West Country rowers, Heather Stanning and Helen Glover made history as they became the first female British athletes to win back to back Olympic gold medals.
Jazz Carlin from Swindon became a double medallist after winning Silver in the 400m freestyle and in the women's 800m freestyle.
Bath swimmer Siobhan Marie O'Connor won Silver in the 200m medley.
Carl Hester and Charlotte Dujardin won a Silver medal in the team dressage alongside their team mates.
Somerset's James Guy won Silver in the 4x200m freestyle relay at Rio. He narrowly missed out on a medal in the individual 200m.
Tom Daley and Dan Goodfellow won Bronze in the men's 10 metre diving synchro.
Taunton shooter and part-time farmer Ed Ling scooped a Bronze medal in the men's trap shooting at the Rio Olympics.
Thornbury-born judo star Sally Conway has won a Bronze medal.
There are now talks the Team GB athletes who helped deliver stunning medal success at Rio 2016 look set to be honoured as Prime Minister Theresa May paid tribute to their success.
Who could be in line for leading honours?
- Helen Glover and Heather Stanning, who defended their Olympic title in the women's coxless pair.
- Charlotte Dujardin, who claimed individual dressage gold and a team silver to build on golden displays at London 2012.