Team GB's weighlifting hopefuls have spoken of their inspirations ahead of their events.
Speaking at the team house, a clearly emotional Natasha Perdue dedicated her appearance to her late father, who competed as a weightlifter in Mexico in 1968 and Munich in 1972.
Natasha originally trained in martial arts, but took up weightlifting to emulate her father after he passed away.
Meanwhile, Gareth Evans admitted he was inspired simply by the Olympics itself and the aura surrounding the tournament, saying that it was "all the inspiration I need".
Meanwhile, 21-year-old Jack Oliver said the Games had taken over his life, leading to him switching universities and giving up going out so he could train.
The weightlifting begins on July 28, with the final event on August 7.