CITY athletes Edmund Shillabeer and Simon Anderson both impressed at the World Masters Championships in Lyon, France.
Race walker Shillabeer won an individual bronze in the over-75s 20km event.
The 76-year-old, who helped Great Britain to a team gold, clocked two hours and 14.35 minutes.
He had earlier claimed a fourth place in the 10km race in a time of 1:05.37.
Meanwhile, City of Plymouth athlete and coach Anderson (pictured) certainly had his work cut out on the track in the highly-competitive over-50s 800m and 1,500m events.
British Masters champion Anderson finished just outside the medals in the 1,500m final. He ended up fifth, following a sprint finish, with a time of 4:18.16. The race was won by his Great Britain team-mate David Heath.
There was a big entry for the 800m and so there were heats, semis and a final.
Anderson, though, reached the final, clocking 2:10.41 in the heats and then 2:08.90 in the semis before finishing 11th in 2:10.64 in the final.