RIO DE JANEIRO -- Ohio was well-represented during the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
At least five of the 13 Ohioans who represented the United States live in Northeast Ohio.
One of them won a bronze medal. Others beat personal bests.
One thing is for sure, they made Ohio proud!
Below are the Olympians listed on TeamUSA.org as hailing from NE Ohio.
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Charles Conwell, 18, of Cleveland, competed in the men's middle 75kg competition. He fell in the first round.
Conwell graduated from Cleveland Heights High School three months after making the 2016 Olympic team. He's the youngest member of the U.S. Olympic Boxing Team.
He was a 2014 youth World Championships participant.
Carlin Isles, 26, of Massillon, competed in the men's rugby tournament in the Olympics. The team finished ninth after beating Brazil.
Isles is referred to as the fastest man in rugby, according to NBC.
Isles graduated from Jackson High School in 2008 and from Ashland University in 2012. He started playing rugby in college and began competing in June 2012 after falling short of making the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team in track and field.
He played for the Detroit Lions for a brief time in 2013. He also participated in the World Championships in 2013 and in the Pan American Games in 2015.
Felice Mueller, 26, of Cleveland, competed in the women's coxless pair at the Olympics. She and teammate Grace Luczak placed fourth, missing a medal by just one spot.
Mueller was actually born in White Plains, New York. She graduated from Pomfret School in 2008 and the University of Michigan in 2012.
She participated in the World Championships in 2013 and 2014.
Clayton Murphy, 21, won the Bronze in the 800 meters at the 2016 Olympics. He also set a personal best of 1:42.93.
He was born in Greenville, Ohio, and his hometown is New Paris. He graduated from Tri-Village Local School and will graduate from the University of Akron in 2017.
He competed in the World Championships and in the Pan American Games in 2015. He signed with Nike in June 2016.
Jason Pryor, 28, of South Euclid, is known as one of the top male fencers in the United States.
Pryor was born in Cleveland. He competed in the men's individual epee in the Olympics, losing his round of 32.
He graduated from Brush High School in 2005 and from Ohio State University in 2009.
He competed in the World Championships in 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Bartoletta, 30, who lives in Florida, grew up in Elyria.
She won two gold medals at the 2016 Olympics -- one in women's long jump, and another in women's relay.
Bartoletta also won a gold medal in the 2012 London Olympic Games.
Bartoletta graduated from Elyria High School in 2003 and from the University of Tennessee in 2007.
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