Great Britain, including rower Zoe Lee from Leeds, have won their first Olympic medal in the women's eight after a late surge secured silver at Rio 2016.
On a stunning final morning of the rowing regatta, the British octet's fine race brought with it a deserved podium finish.
Lee, along with Katie Greves, Melanie Wilson, Frances Houghton, Polly Swann, Jessica Eddie, Olivia Carnegie-Brown, Karen Bennett and cox Zoe de Toledo crossed the line in six minutes 3.98 seconds - just 0.12 seconds ahead of bronze medallists Romania.
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Picked for Rio are Liam Pitchford from Chesterfield, Paul Drinkhall from Loftus near Redcar, and Sam Walker from Worksop.
They are coached by the former British number one Alan Cooke, a two-time Olympian, who's also from Chesterfield. John Shires has been talking to them.
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Harrogate-born Jack Laugher has been selected for his second Olympics, and is tipped as one of the best prospects in the squad for a medal.
Laugher - who trains in Leeds - will compete in both the 3m individual event, and in the synchro with his housemate Chris Mears.
He says he'll take a lot from his experiences at London 2012.
Five of the six athletes picked for the Great Britain triathlon team for the Rio Olympics later this year are based in Leeds.
Alastair and Jonny Brownlee - the gold and bronze medallists from London 2012 - are joined in the men's squad by 22 year old fellow West Yorkshireman Gordon Benson.
And included in the women's team are housemates Vicky Holland and Non Stanford, who also train in the city.
Alistair and Jonny Brownlee are expected to be officially named in the Rio Olympics team later today.
The Olympic medalists are set to compete in their home city of Leeds this weekend in the World Triathlon series.