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Pictures: Athletes' victory parade

Check out these pics of the Olympic and Paralympic athletes being carried on floats through central London, cheered on by thousands of fans.
Michael Burn wore Olympic-themed glasses and a union jack suit to watch the spectacle in Trafalgar Square where thousands of people gathered to welcome the stars of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Fan Michael Burn
The Red Arrows provided a fitting end to the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympic Games by leaving their trademark red, white and blue vapour trail over the skies of London during a flypast.
Red Arrows flypast
Mo Farah, who won the 5,000m and 10,000m events. He was one of five Britons to win two golds at the London Olympics.
Mo Farah
Jess Ennis, Team GB's "poster girl" for the London Olympics, drew huge cheers as her float passed the Law Courts.
Jess Ennis
Jonathan (left) and Alistair Brownlee showed off the bronze and gold medals they won in a thrilling triathlon in Hyde Park.
Jonathan and Alistair Brownlee
Thousands of people packed into Trafalgar Square to cheer on the athletes as they passed by en route to The Mall for a celebration outside the gates of Buckingham Palace.
Crowds fill Trafalgar Square
Stephanie Millward proudly displayed her haul of medals won in Paralympic swimming events.
Stephanie Millward
Quadruple gold medal winning Paralympian David Weir took the applause from crowds who lined the streets on which he won his final gold medal in the wheelchair marathon on Sunday.
David Weir
Tom Daley, who won a bronze medal in the 10m platform diving event, and other athletes captured their own moments during the parade.
Tom Daley and other athletes
Four London 2012 Olympic gold medals - quite a weight for Paralympic cyclist Sarah Storey to have round her neck.
Sarah Storey
The Savoy hotel where every inch of pavement along the parade route was jam packed.
Outside the Savoy