VOTE: Which Yorkshire athletes will medal at Rio 2016?
The Rio Olympics formally gets underway tonight as the hundreds of athletes parade around the Maracana for the opening ceremony.
More than 50 athletes with Yorkshire connections have headed out to Brazil to compete across 16 different sports. But which will return to the White Rose with a new addition to their trophy cabinet?
Use our handy swiper to either give each athlete a thumbs up or thumbs down on their medal credentials...
Here’s our selection of the best medal hopefuls Yorkshire can offer at Rio 2016...
Jessica Ennis-Hill, 30, Sheffield
Athletics, heptathlon. Golden girl of British team. Olympic and world champion and primed for further glory despite not topping world rankings in 2016.
Alastair Brownlee, 28, Leeds
Triathlon. The dominant force in the sport for the last seven years and reigning Olympic champion.
Jonny Brownlee, 26, Leeds
Triathlon. Looking to upgrade London bronze and is the biggest rival to his brother following injury to Javier Gomez.
Lizzie Armitstead, 27, Otley
Cycling, road race. Build up marred by missed drugs test controversy but 2015 world champion leads the British hopes
Ed Clancy, 31, Barnsley
Cycling, team pursuit. Two-time gold medallist and pursuit team is favourite to make it three with Mark Cavendish also on board.
Andrew Triggs Hodge, 37, Grassington (with Paul Bennett and Tom Ransley)
Rowing, men’s eight. Hunting a third Olympic gold at fourth Games but first in the biggest boat.
Nicola Adams, 33, Leeds
Boxing, bantamweight. Made history in London four years ago and aiming to become first boxer to defend title in over 50 years.
Jack Laugher, 21, Ripon
Diving, 3m springboard and 3m synchronised. Won gold in 2015 World Diving Series and bronze at world championships and has prospering synchro partnership with Chris Mears.
Muhammad Ali, 20, Keighley – boxing, flyweight
Tom Bosworth, 26, Leeds - athletics, race-walking
Non Stanford, 27, Leeds - triathlon
Jack Laugher and Chris Mears, 23, Leeds – diving, 3m synchronised
Yona Knight-Wisdom, 21, Leeds (Jamaica) – diving, 3m springboard
Alicia Blagg, 19, Wakefield and Rebecca Gallantree, 31, Leeds – diving, 3m sychronised
Vicky Holland, 30, Leeds - triathlon
Gabby Adcock, 25, Leeds – badminton, mixed doubled
Qais Ashfaq, 23, Leeds – boxing, bantamweight
Nile Wilson, 20, Leeds - gymnastics, all around
Barry Middleton, 32, Doncaster - hockey
Laura Weightman, 26, Leeds - athletics, 1,500m
Rabah Yousif, 29, Teesside – athletics, 400m & 400m relay
Katherine Copeland, 25, Middlesbrough – rowing, double sculls
Paul Drinkhall, 26, Loftus - table tennis, individual and team
Danny Willett, 28, Sheffield – golf
John Whitaker, 61, Huddersfield – show jumping
Michael Whitaker, 56, Huddersfield – show jumping
Aimee Wilmott, 23, Middlesbrough – swimming, 200m butterfly, 400m individual medley
Katy Marchant, 23, Leeds – cycling, sprint, keirin
Zoe Lee, 30, Richmond – rowing, coxed eight
Rebekah Tyler, 17, Keighley - weight lifting, 69kg
Louise Bloor, 30, Rotherham – athletics, 4x100m relay
Ellie Faulkner, 23, Sheffield – swimming, 200m freestyle