A parade to celebrate Scotland's Olympians will take place later but gold medal winner Andy Murray won't be there.
The newly-crowned US Open winner has apologised to fans for not attending the event in Glasgow but has said he hopes to be in Scotland before the end of next week to thank people for their support.
The 25-year-old from Dunblane won an Olympic gold in the men's singles and a silver in the mixed doubles.
Instead, athletes including cyclist Sir Chris Hoy and rower Katherine Grainger will take part in the parade through the streets of Glasgow to celebrate Scotland's contribution to Team GB success.
Scottish Olympians won seven gold medals, four silver and two bronze at London 2012 in what was their best-ever Olympic performance.
Scotland’s Paralympians eclipsed their Beijing 2008 success with three golds, six silvers and two bronze.
Today's parade takes place in the city that will host the 2014 Commonwealth Games and is bidding to host the 2018 Youth Olympics.
It is being organised by Sportscotland whose Chair, Louise Martin CBE, told Sky News: "These celebrations are a fitting tribute for all of the Scottish athletes in Team GB and Paralympics GB, and are a great opportunity for the people of Scotland to salute them for their tremendous efforts.
"Scotland is rightly proud of our athletes who delivered the highest medal tally in the history of the Olympics and have already secured 10 medals at the Paralympics, surpassing the eight medals won four years ago in Beijing.
"There is a terrific sporting momentum from the London Games' success, and we will build on that in the run-up to Glasgow 2014, where Team Scotland is aiming to make 2014 the most successful ever Commonwealth Games."
The parade will start at Glasgow's Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum at 4.15pm and finish at George Square in the city centre, where 17,000 people are expected to gather.
The athletes will then attend a private reception hosted by Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond.