British Swimming have named a 24-strong junior swimming team for this summer's inaugural European Games in Baku, Azerbaijan.
The country's top young swimmers were competing to qualify for the Games at last week's British Swimming Championships in London and many of the selected squad won junior golds in their favourite events.
Meanwhile, Duncan Scott, Tom Derbyshire, Charlie Attwood, Luke Greenbank and Layla Black all set new British Age Group records to book their spots on the team.
"We are extremely pleased to be able to announce such a strong team for Baku, which includes a number of swimmers who have previous medal winning form from last year's European Junior Championships," - Tim Jones
The swimming will take place from 23 - 27 June.
Tim Jones, British Swimming Head of Performance Pathway, said: “We are extremely pleased to be able to announce such a strong team for Baku, which includes a number of swimmers who have previous medal winning form from last year's European Junior Championships.
“To be part of a high profile, multi-sport Games will be a particularly valuable experience and I am sure this event will play an integral part in the longer journey they will all take towards future senior international success."
GB Swimming Team
- Tom Fannon (Plymouth Leander)
- Daniel Spears (Millfield)
- Duncan Scott (Stirling)
- Martyn Walton (Hatfield)
- Cameron Kurle (Millfield)
- Kyle Chisholm (Borough of Kirklees)
- Tom Derbyshire (Royal Wolverhampton School)
- Charlie Attwood (Taunton Deane)
- Luke Davies (City of Birmingham)
- Luke Greenbank (Cockermouth)
- Joe Hulme (Plymouth Leander)
- Jarvis Parkinson (Doncaster Dartes)
- Joe Litchfield (Doncaster Dartes)
- Georgia Coates (City of Leeds)
- Madeleine Crompton (Stockport Metro)
- Holly Hibbott (Stockport Metro / Southport)
- Layla Black (City of Leeds)
- Emma Cain (Millfield)
- Laura Stephens (Plymouth Leander)
- Amelia Clynes (City of Leeds)
- Abbie Wood (Derventio Excel)
- Rebecca Sherwin (teamipswich)
- Hannah Featherstone (Sedgefield 75)
- Darcy Deakin (City of Sheffield)