Thousands of people joined Olympians in the centre of London today to celebrate the success of Rio 2016.
It was Great Britain's most successful away Olympics with the team winning 27 gold medals, and 67 medals in total. The Paralympics team also came back victorious, with an incredible 147 medals, 64 of them gold.
The crowds heard from some of the stars of Rio including Adam Peaty, Tom Daley and the hockey team goalkeeper Maddie Hinch.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan was on hand to congratulate the team. He said: "Team GB and Paralympics GB, you smashed it. We are now a sporting superpower and I want to say congratulations and well done."
Whilst most of the stars of Rio were there, Hounslow 's Olympic hero Mo Farah failed to make an appearance at the event, but fans were quick to take to Twitter:
But Mo Farah has more to celebrate as he has just been nominated for the IAAF World Athlete of the Year award alongside the likes of Usain Bolt.
There was also a no show from Jessica Ennis Hill, who recently announced her retirement.
On Monday, the Olympic teams were welcomed into Manchester for the first part of the homecoming parade, but whilst crowds had to endure the rain up north, the sun was shining for the event in London.
To bring the celebrations to a close, The Vamps were on hand to serenade the crowd and the athletes. The event was followed by a reception at Buckingham Palace for the athletes.