Peter and Richard Chambers (Rowing) - Great Britain as part of the light-weight men's four they rowed into silver.
Alan Campbell (Rowing) - Great Britain in the single sculls he added to the total for Coleraine
Michael Conlon (Boxing) - Ireland
Paddy Barnes (Boxing) - Ireland
Sycerika McMahon (Swimming) - Ireland failed to advance for either of her heats but came 22nd in the 200m individual medley and 26th in the 100m breaststroke.
Melanie Nocher (Swimming) - Ireland also failed to advance but was ranked 33rd in the 100m backstroke and 34th in the 200m backstroke.
Na Liu (Table Tennis) - Great Britain as part of the women's team lost out to North Korea 3-0 in the first round.
Aileen Morrison (Triathlon) - Ireland ended up coming in 43rd of the 52 finishers.
Lisa Kearney (Judo) - Ireland lost in the round to sixteen to an Ipon from the Chinese judoka who progressed no further in the 48kg class.
James Espey (Sailing) - Ireland failed to make the medal race having only come 36th in the fleet races in the Laser.
Matt McGovern and Ryan Seaton (Sailing) - Ireland came 14th in the 49er Class failing to qualify for the medal race by 14 points.
Hannah Craig (Canoeing) - Ireland came 9th in the K1 Canoeing slalom event
Martyn Irvine (Cycling) - Ireland came 13th in the Omnium
Wendy Houvenaghel (Cycling) - Great Britain never took part though was there as part of the women's individual pursuit team who actually took gold.
Ian Lewers (Hockey) - Great Britain scored in the bronze medal match but it was Team GB's only goal in a 3-1 defeat to Australia