Great Britain's judo competitors finished out of the medals at the European Championships in Lisbon.
Peter Cousins, who won silver at last year's World Championships, finished fifth in the men's -100kg category, which was won by Holland's Henk Grol.
In the women's competition, Edinburgh 30-year-old Sarah Clark was also fifth, this time in the -63kg category.
There were also fifth-placed finishes in Portugal for Georgina Singleton (-53kg) and Sarah Adlington (+78kg).
The tournament in Lisbon was the final event in the European qualification process for the Beijing Olympics in August.
And despite failing to win medals in Lisbon, Clark, Craig Fallon (-60kg), Winston Gordon (-90kg) and Michelle Rogers (-78kg) all booked Olympic places for Britain in their weight categories.
It means Britain will have seven judoka in Beijing - the same number that qualified for Athens four years ago.
Cousins, Euan Burton (-81kg) and Karina Bryant (+78 kg) had already secured places for GB at last year's world championships.
The team line-up for Beijing will be announced next week.