Adam Gemili has Usain Bolt and the Jamaicans in his sights after the English sprinter won 100 metres silver at the Commonwealth Games.
Steve Way, the fastest Englishman in the Commonwealth marathon, told ITV News competing in the Games was "quite a surreal" experience.
A run-down of all the big events from the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Adam Gemili has told ITV News he hopes to use his Commonwealth silver medal as a springboard to challenge the Jamaican and American sprinters at the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
"The Jamaicans and the Americans have always been levels ahead of everyone and I think they still are.... but we are getting there eventually," the 100m silver-medallist said.
The 20-year-old admitted he was "overwhelmed by emotion" at winning his first major senior medal of his career in front of a raucous crowd at Hampden Park.
Dartford's Adam Gemili has won silver in the one hundred metres final at the Commonwealth Games.
The 20-year-old crossed the finish line in ten point zero eight seconds, welcomed by a huge roard from the crowd at Hampden Park. Jamaican Kemar Bailey-Cole won gold.
England and Dartford's Adam Gemili threw down a challenge to his rivals by blasting into the100 metres final at the Commonwealth Games.
The 20-year-old was sluggish out of the blocks, but he was quickly into his running and came through powerfully to clock 10.07 seconds.
Welcomed by a huge roar from the packed crowd on a warm evening at Hampden Park, the former footballer was the second fastest qualifier behind the impressive Jamaican Kemar Bailey-Cole.
– Adam Gemili
I made it a bit harder for myself with the start I had, but I came through."
A man from Newbury is cheering on his son as he competes in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Jack Alexander will be taking after his dad Gary as he takes part in shooting for the England squad.
Gary Alexander has represented Northern Ireland in previous years and many of the international shooting competitors are patients of his.
– Gary Alexander, Alex's dad
I’m so proud of Jack for having the opportunity to represent Northern Ireland this year – he’s a natural shot.
"Although I might prefer to be shooting in the competition, I’ll be supporting Jack as the team manager and will be at hand to help him and other competitors with their eye care. I always carry around an eye kit just in case there’s a problem. It’s vital that shooters in particular take care of their eyes as a lot of the final shot targets are 1,000 yards away."
Dartford's Adam Gemili recorded the fastest time in the men's 100m heats to qualify for Monday's semi-finals.
The 20-year-old won his race by a distance in 10.15 seconds, 0.10 secs slower than his personal best.
He is joined in the semis by compatriots Richard Kilty, who had a dead heat for second in his race, and fastest loser Harry Aikines-Aryeetey.
A judo fighter who trained in Berkshire has won gold in the women's under 70kg judo event.
Megan Fletcher trained hard at the Pinewood Judo Club in Wokingham and says her win is a great tribute to her coach, Don Werner, who died in December.
After badly injuring her nose in the semi-final, the 24-year-old battled on to win the final against New Zealand's Moira de Villiers.
A teenager from Kent won a bronze medal in judo in the Glasgow games last night.
Jemima Yates-Brown from Tonbridge claimed a judo bronze medal in the women's 63kg category - despite only being called up to the squad on Tuesday.
The 19-year-old was called upon to replace an injured teammate only two hours before the registration deadline but she still managed to secure a medal.
Camberley's Danny Williams shares his excitement after he won a gold medal in the men's 73kg judo.
Williams had a late call-up to the team after one of the England squad had to withdraw because of injury.
His success in yesterday's Commonwealth Games provides him with his first major tournament win.