Zoe Smith will be part of London 2012 after it was announced that she had been selected as part of the five-strong GB weightlifting squad for the Olympics.
The 18-year-old won the bronze medal at the last Commonwealth Games and has twice achieved the Olympic A standard as well as finishing fourth at the European Championships in April.
"I'm elated to have been selected for the team," Smith told the BBC. "It has been a nerve-wracking period ahead of selection, so I'm glad that I've secured my place to say I'll be representing Team GB!"
Perhaps the strongest competitor to make the squad was Scotland's Commonwealth silver medallist Peter Kirkbride who will be competing in the 94kg category.
He is joined by 36-year-old veteran Natasha Perdue who combines her lifting with working full-time at a refuse collection centre in Leeds.
"I can't describe in words how happy I feel and I keep pinching myself to make sure I'm not dreaming," said Perdue."I waited two weeks for the call, and when it came I didn't want to answer it in case it was bad news.I asked them to repeat it about three times just to make sure."
The other two members of the squad are Gareth Evans who gave up his full-time squad in order to train with the team GB squad in Leeds and Jack Oliver who set a new British record at the World Championships.