Valerie Adams says she wants "to hear the national anthem" when she receives her gold medal.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) awarded Adams the gold medal, after it announced last night Belarus's Nadzeya Ostapchuk, 31, was excluded from the shotput competition following a positive test for metenolone.
Olympic New Zealand flagbearer Nick Willis says Valerie Adams should "get a gold medal ceremony at Eden Park".
Willis, who came ninth in 3:36.94 in the 1500m, tweeted that winning the medal was "vindication for Val".
"Val was robbed the opp to stand on top of the podium and hear the national anthem. cheats must be caught out of comp before games."
Adams agreed, saying she would like a replacement ceremony.
"I really want to hear the national anthem. I want to, you know, receive my medal with the national anthem, with our flag flying high," Adams told Radio Live.
"I think that's important because I'm a very very proud New Zealander and that was a moment that she robbed me of."
Adams claimed Ostapchuk "got the glory of the 80,000 people in the stadium when she received the gold medal when in actual fact she shouldn't have been the one to receive it".
When Willis was elevated to the 1500m silver medal after the 2008 Beijing Olympics, he eventually received his hardware in Wellington almost three years later - and a year after his promotion - at a ceremony specially organised for the occasion.
Other sports stars turned to Twitter to congratulate Adams.
Rugby World Cup winner Sonny Bill Williams tweeted: "So happy for Val knew that chicks hair-do wasn't the only thing about her playing up!! #VeddyGood."
Former Black Stick and two-time Olympic silver medallist Dave Kosoof tweeted "Val got the gold!!!".
"The jake from two n half men winner tested positive for drugs!!!! #nosurprise Another gold! Outright most medals now."
Gold-medal single sculler Mahe Drysdale tweeted: "NZ win our sixth gold! What an amazing Olympics. Adams to get gold as Ostapchuk fails drug test."
Fans have also posted their messages of support for Adams.
Nothing Trivial and former Outrageous Fortune actress Nicole Whippy called for Kiwis to "wake up and celebrate".
Elizabeth Jury commented on the ONE News Facebook page: "Congratulations Valerie. The medal we all knew you deserved. I wish you had the moment you deserved, but you are always a winner in our eyes, and you are a total star!"
Adams says she was overcome with emotion at the news that she has been awarded the Olympic gold medal in the women's shot put."I am speechless with this news. It is taking me some time to take this in," said Adams from her base in Switzerland.
New Zealand Chef de Mission Dave Currie says the win was a "magic moment".
The news that Adams has turned a silver medal to gold has been hitting international headlines.
The US' LA Times, Wall St Journal, ESPN, The UK's Telegraph and the Sydney Morning Herald have reported on Adams winding up as Olympic champion for the second time in a row.
Moscow BBC Correspondent Daniel Sandford tweeted the news and posted the official document from the IOC.
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