Carlisle's Tom Farrell did not manage to get a medal in the 5000 metre final at the Commonwealth.
Tom kept with the pack through the first half of the race but as the pace continued he struggled to keep up with them and ended in 7th position, taking 13 minutes and 23 seconds to run the 5000 meters.
Joasia Zakrzewski from Dumfries and Ross Houston Dumfries born and Kirkcudbright raised are both competing in today's marathon at the Commonwealth Games 2014.
Tom Farrell from Carlisle is also competing in the 5000m final.
Commonwealth champion Danny Wallace said winning in front of a home crowd 'really brought out the Braveheart spirit'.
The Borders swimmer yelled 'for freedom' after winning the 400M individual medley final.
He said: "Being here in front of a home crowd really brought out the Braveheart spirt and true Scot in me."
Borders swimmer Danny Wallace has brought home the first Commonwealth gold medal for the region.
Danny Wallace won by 8/10 of a second in the final of the 400m individual medley in Glasgow this evening.
He was two seconds behind the leader at the end of the butterfly leg, but pulled through to become Commonwealth champion.
Helen Housby made her international debut in women's netball at the Commonwealth Games today.
England beat UK rivals Wales 65 - 25 in their first match.
The 19-year-old, from Cumbria, came on towards the end of the match as a substitute.
– Anna Mayes, England Netball Coach
“I’m delighted with the start. The first game always sets the tone for the tournament and I was really pleased. We had a good start and demonstrated patience in attack and I feel like everyone had a great impact.
“The atmosphere is amazing, we have a barmy army that has come to support us which is amazing, the girls really thrive off that.
"Glasgow have been so welcoming, and we’re just to build day by day and I genuinely believe this will be the best England side there has ever been.”
Daniel Wallace has broken the Commonwealth record for the men's 400m medley. The 21-year-old, who finished with a winning time of 4.11.04 in the 1st heat, beat South Africa's Sebastien Rousseau by more than four seconds. Canada's Luke Reilly came third in the heat.
Our regions hopefuls compete for their countries in day two of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
- Daniel Wallace from Duns in the 1st heat of the men's 400m individual medley
- Badminton player Lauren Smith from Longtown will play New Jersey in the women's doubles
- Helen Housby from Cumbria is competing for Engalnd in the netball against Wales
- Stuart Airey and the England bowls team play Austrailia
The marathon is the first of the athletics events to take place at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, with two of the runners representing Scotland from Dumfries and Galloway.
One of them in particular has had an interesting journey up to the Commonwealth Games - with Joasia swapping her day job as a GP to compete in the marathon this Sunday.
Hannah McNulty spoke to them in Kilmarnock yesterday to see how they were getting on.
If you want to see Joasia and Ross take on the marathons, watch the games on Sunday morning.
Borderer Daniel Wallace has qualified for the final of the 400m freestyle after finishing second in his heat this morning.
Scottish 1-2-3 finish with Borders Daniel Wallace coming in 2nd in the 400 FS heats @itvborder
Our region's first athlete is in action today at the Commonwealth Games as the Borders' Daniel Wallace swims in the 400m freestyle heat.
Daniel went to Chirnside Primary school and Duns Swimming club where he first started his swimming career.
He has since moved to East Lothian and travelled to the US to study.
Watch his performance and see how he gets on at 11am.