London Olympics- NZ Team returns to massive media turnout

Peter Burling (49er - Silver), Jo Aleh (Womens 470 - Gold), Olivia Powrie (Womens 470 Gold), Blair Tuke (49er - Silver) on their arrival at Auckland Airport

The only show in town, today, was the return of the New Zealand Olympic Team, to Auckland.

Arriving in two waves, most of the medalists were on the second flight including the NZ Rowing Team and the NZ Sailing team.

Sail-World's camera was there to capture the moment and see the medal winning sailors get the full treatment in the media scrum gathered outside the International Arrivals exit at Auckland International Airport.

August 15, 2012 - Auckland, New Zealand- 470 Womesn Gold Medlaist, Olivia Powrie being interviewed on her return to Auckland

Media scrum around Gold medal winning rower, Mahe Drysdale

August 15, 2012 - Auckland, New Zealand- 470 Womens Gold Medalist, Jo Aleh being interviewed on her return to Auckland

August 15, 2012 - Auckland, New Zealand- 49er Silver medalist, Peter Burling being interviewed on the Olympic Team's return to New Zealand

August 15, 2012 - Auckland, New Zealand- 470 Womens Gold Medalist, Jo Aleh being interviewed on her return to Auckland

August 15, 2012 - Auckland, New Zealand- 470 Womens Gold Medalist, Olivia Powrie being interviewed on her return to Auckland

August 15, 2012 - Auckland, New Zealand- Olivia Powrie (Womens 470 Gold), Jo Aleh (Womens 470 - Gold) sport thier families and friends on their arrival at Auckland Airport

August 15, 2012 - Auckland, New Zealand- Jo Aleh (Womens 470 - Gold), Olivia Powrie (Womens 470 Gold) on their arrival at Auckland Airport

August 15, 2012 - Auckland, New Zealand- 470 Womens Gold Medalists, Jo Aleh (left) and Olivia Powrie (right) being interviewed on their return to Auckland

August 15, 2012 - Auckland, New Zealand- Jo Aleh (Womens 470 - Gold), Olivia Powrie (Womens 470 Gold), on their arrival at Auckland Airport

August 15, 2012 - Auckland, New Zealand- New Zealand Sailing Team - supporters crew shirt
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