We Are Teesside
Before, throughout and after the Beijing Olympics, BBC Tees followed the fortunes of the famous names and the newcomers from Teesside, County Durham and North Yorkshire, who represented Great Britain.
Katy Livingston -Modern Pentathlon
Under the pressure of huge expectation after her Bronze in the World Championships, Redcar's Katy Livingston finished seventh.
Jo Jackson wins bronze
Jo Jackson - BRONZE MEDAL WINNER
Jo has won Bronze in the Women's 400m Freestyle with a time of 4:03.52
Chris Newton - BRONZE MEDAL WINNER
Chris has taken a medal in the points race at the Laoshan Velodrome.
Jo Jackson - NEW BRITISH RECORD
She was well short of a medal place, finishing 22nd in 1:31:33 in the women's 20km walk, but fast enough for a new British record.
Jemma Lowe - 100m and 200m Butterfly
Despite finishing 3rd in her semi-final of the 200m butterfly, 18 year old Jemma missed out on a place in the final by just 0.14 of a second. She must now be a hot tip for 2012.
Bradley Saunders - Boxing
Bradley Saunders' campaign in the light-welterweight class ended with an 11-7 defeat by Frenchman Alexis Vastine.
Chris Tomlinson - Long Jump
Chris Tomlinson, who was a doubt for the Games with injury, missed out on the final with a best effort of 7.70m.
Alan Wills - Archery, individual and team
DoB: 3rd August, 1981
Jess Eddie - Rowing, Eights
No medal, but Jess made the A final of the Women's Eight Repechage.
last updated: 25/11/2008 at 11:33