British Swimming have named their funded performance squad for the Rio 2016 Olympic season.
The spotlight will be back on the performance of the Britain's top swimmers again in 10 months time as they line up in Brazil, aiming to improve on their below-par performance which saw only two swimmers reach the podiumd in front of a home crowd at London 2012.
But the Brits approach the Olympic season in fine form, having enjoyed their best performance at World Championships earlier in 2015 as they brought home nine medals - of which five were gold - from Kazan, Russia.
It's no surprise to see the biggest names in British swimming on the funding list, including triple World gold medallist Adam Peaty and double world champion James Guy.
Among the biggest names not to receive funding this season is Michael Jamieson who, alongside Rebecca Adlington, was one of two swimmers to win a medal at London 2012.
The 27-year old has moved to the University of Edinburgh this season in the hopes of reversing his form and securing his spot on the team for Brazil.
British performance squad for 2016
- Adam Peaty (City of Derby)
- Aimee Willmott (London Aquatics Centre)
- Andrew Willis (National Centre Bath)
- Ben Proud (Plymouth Leander)
- Calum Jarvis (National Centre Bath)
- Chris Walker-Hebborn (National Centre Bath)
- Dan Wallace (Warrender Baths)
- Duncan Scott (University of Stirling)
- Fran Halsall (National Centre Loughborough)
- Hannah Miley (Garioch)
- Jack Burnell (National Centre Loughborough)
- James Guy (Millfield)
- Jazz Carlin (National Centre Bath)
- Keri-anne Payne (Warrender Baths)
- Lauren Quigley (Stockport Metro)
- Liam Tancock (National Centre Loughborough)
- Nick Grainger (City of Sheffield)
- Robbie Renwick (University of Stirling)
- Ross Murdoch (University of Stirling)
- Siobhan-Marie O’Connor (National Centre Bath)
- Stephen Milne (Perth City)