The father of Cumbria's most successful Olympian, swimmer Luke Greenbank, has praised his coaches at Cockermouth Swimming Club where his son started his swimming career.
The 23-year-old followed up his bronze medal in the 200m backstroke with a silver in the 100m medley at the weekend.
His dad Chris said watching his son compete at 03:30 BST was "a bit surreal" and his family couldn't be happier.
He said: "We're forever indebted to the coaches at Cockermouth, Sean Balmer and Eleanor Walsh, who set him on this path when he was nine years old and through his formative years until he reached 18."
"They've helped him develop all the skills and training to come through the levels of swimming and he's very much indebted to them and Cockermouth Swimming Club", Mr Greenbank said,
"It's a small club and to have two coaches like Eleanor and Sean in the same place in a small market town like Cockermouth is really special."