Tributes and congratulations continue to pour in for gold medal winning Bethany Shriever. 

The 22-year-old from Finchingfield took the top spot in the women's BMX final at the Tokyo Olympics. 

Finchingfield Rovers Football club marked her performance with a recreation of the five Olympic rings on the green in the village. 

Spains Hall Estate and the Finchingfield Guild captured the rings via drone.

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Bethany returned home over the weekend to celebrate with friends and family. 

She was joined by teammate Kye Whyte who delivered Team GB's first ever medal in the event, winning a silver at the Ariake Urban Sports Park.

The pair posed with their medals at Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 5, with Shriever receiving a bunch of flowers, a kiss and embrace from boyfriend Brynley Savage

Whyte, who was also greeted by family and friends, showed off his silver medal alongside proud parents Nigel and Tracey.