Middlesbrough's Jade Jones and Gateshead's Stephen Miller are among the athletes selected to compete at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
The British Paralympic Association (BPA) today announced that 41 athletes have been added to the line-up for track and field in Rio as a number of Paralympic, World and European medallists were selected to ParalympicsGB.
Today’s announcement takes the number of selected athletes to 256 from 19 sports.
Teesside's Jade Jones has been picked for the Great British marathon team for the IPC World Championships, which is being held during the London Marathon. It is only her second marathon.
The 19-year-old wheelchair racer, from Middlesbrough, said she was excited to see how she would do in the event.
She normally competes over a shorter distance, including the 1500m, in which she won a bronze medal at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
The International Paralympic Committee World Championships are being held in Doha, Qatar, in October, but it has been decided that the marathon event should take place as part of the London Marathon in April, as that better suits the athletes' training schedules.
Tanni Grey-Thompson immediately tweeted "well done" to her protege, Jade Jones, who finished 10th in last night's 1500m wheelchair sprint final.
16 year old Jade had bounced back to make it into the 1500m final at her first Paralympics, after missing out on a final place in the 400m and 800m.
Jade, who is from Middlesbrough, is trained by Tanni Grey-Thompson's husband, Ian.
Tanni Grey-Thompson's protege Jade Jones from Middlesbrough had a tough heat in the women's 400m wheelchair sprint. Many of her competitors pushed to a personal best, so Jade finished sixth in her heat and did not qualify for the final. She will be back for the 800m race later this week.