Phillips Idowu and Lisa Dobriskey are celebrating after winning medals at the British Grand Prix in Gateshead.
World triple jump champion Idowu leapt to victory with a jump of 17 metres 32cm, while Dobriskey won the 1,500m.
Jessica Ennis, who took gold in the heptathlon in Berlin, only managed to finish 5th, finishing well behind world champion Brigitte Foster-Hylton.
Christine Ohuruogu was also racing, and delighted the crowd in Gateshead with a strong finish to win the women's 400m.
Phillips Oduwu leapt to victory in the triple jump
It may have been a disappointing event for Jessica Ennis, but the athlete still has a hero's welcome awaiting her when she returns to her home town of Sheffield.
Ennis is going to be congratulated at a special service after winning Britain's first ever World Championship heptatholon gold in Berlin last month.
The athlete will be thanked by the Lord Mayor of Sheffield in the city's Peace Gardens before attending a civic reception at the Town Hall with her family and coach, Toni Minichiello.