Welsh sprinting legend Christian Malcolm secured his place in Team GB for London 2012 with a second place in the UK Championships on Sunday.
Malcolm, coached by Dan Pfaff, will be lining up for his fourth Olympic Games - a stunning achievement after a superb comeback.
“I am honoured to be going to a fourth Olympics,” said Malcolm.
“This is an extra special one because it is at home.
“There was a time in 2009 when I wondered if this was going to be possible when I had injuries and there were funding issues.
“But I have battled back and I would thank everyone who has supported and backed me.”
In Birmingham, Malcolm finished second to James Ellington with a time of 20.63s, but the Newport sprinter made sure it was all about getting the pass to London this weekend.
800m runner Gareth Warburton (Darrell Maynard) was left with no certainty of a place in London despite a spirited performance that saw him lead his final for the first 600m.
Having already achieved the A standard alongside Andrew Osagie and Michael Rimmer, the Caernarfon athlete finished fourth behid Osagie (who is now sure of a spot in the Olympic team), Mukhtar Mohammed and Rimmer and will need to wait to see if he is included in the team.
Penarth discus ace Brett Morse (Veistenn Hafsteinsson) finished second in his final and, having managed the A standard twice in 2011 (but not in 2012) will need to wait for the final batch of selections to know whether he will make the short trip to London later this summer.
A season's best of 62.27m saw Morse finish behind Lawrence Okoye, and sets the Welsh thrower in good stead for next week's European Championships.
Welsh pair Sally Peake (4.26) and Bryony Raine (3.71), both coached by Scott Simpson, finished second and eight respectively in a pole vault competition won by Holly Bleasdale, who arrived in Birmingham without a current ’A’ standard but improved her previous British best mark by one centimetre with a clearance of 4.71m.
Swansea Harriers Caryl Granville (Darrell Maynard) finished fifth in the 400m hurdles final behind London-bound behind Perri Shakes-Drayton and Elidh Child, while Welsh duo Heather Lewis (Pembroke) and Bethan Davies (Cardiff), coached by Martin Bell, both recorded personal bests as they claimed silver and bronze in the 5km race walk.
Ryan Spencer-Jones threw 17.09m to finish fifth in the shot put event, while Adam Bitchell (James Thie) was tenth in the 5000m final.