Watch the moment when Team GB landed back on home turf after their astonishing success at the Rio Olympic Games.
Tennis star Andy Murray was credited with inspiring Team GB's greatest overseas Olympic Games as a squad of triumphant athletes arrived home from Rio on a gold-nosed Boeing 747.
Flying home on a chartered British Airways flight - BA2016 - the team were shown singing "God Save The Queen" ahead of take-off - with BA providing 77 extra bottles of champagne on a special plane, emblazoned with 'victoRIOus' - and also took the opportunity to post selfies from the cockpit and gathered with their team-mates in the cabin.
Having exceeded their haul from the London, Great Britain brought back 67 medals from Brazil as a large number of athletes arrived at Heathrow on Tuesday morning to be greeted by friends, family and hoards of supporters.
Double gold-medallist Max Whitlock tried out some of his gymnastics routine on the first-class seats and he and champion boxer Nicola Adams were the first two stars to emerge from the plane, standing at the top of the stairs as the rest of the athletes filed out to cheers and applause.
Huddersfield enjoyed golden glory at this year's games too — coming in the top 50 of the Rio Olympic s medal table beating the likes of Portugal, Singapore, India and Turkey.
The town is in the exact same position as it came during the London 2012 Olympics - joint 49th.