London 2012 comes to Boston! Olympic rowers will compete on the Witham

Great Britain's Alan Campbell shows his emotion after recieving his bronze medal in the final of the mens single sculls at Eton Dorney.
Great Britain's Alan Campbell shows his emotion after recieving his bronze medal in the final of the mens single sculls at Eton Dorney.

Olympic medallists will be in action in the town this weekend.

Boston Rowing Club will once again host the Great Britain trials on the Witham.

Gold medallist Kat Copeland and Alan Campbell, who won bronze, are among the London 2012 stars expected to attend.

Copeland won gold in the women’s lightweight double sculls with partner Sophie Hosking.

Cambpbell found a place in the public’s hearts for his teary medal ceremony on the bank of Eton Dorney, after finishing third in the men’s 2,000m individual sculls.

The Northern Irishman had also competed at Beijing 2008 and Athens 2004.

Members of the women’s eight and men’s double sculls who competed at London 2012 are also expected to take part.

The trials wil be held on the Witham on Sunday morning.

Saturday, will see competitors take part in testing on the indoor machines at the Princess Royal Sports Arena.

These are the first round of trials, with a further round being held in Boston on February 9.

Last weekend, Boston hosted the GB junior trials, where home-grown talent Harriet Housam finished fourth and booked her place in the GB junior squad.