Promising duet Kate Shortman and Isabelle Thorpe are among the swimmers named on the new senior national training synchronised swimming squad.
The City of Bristol pair have made waves in 2016, finishing 10th at the European Junior Championships then an impressive fifth at the COMEN Cup.
Rushmoor quartet Hannah Randall, Danielle Cooper, Emma Critchley and Torrie Usher will also be in the senior squad.
City of Birmingham’s Phoebe Bradley-Smith also returns, while Greta Hampson (City of Bristol), Rebecca Richardson (City of Leeds) and Team Bath’s Ilaria Brandimarte complete the squad.
The junior training squad has also been named for 2017, with seven of the senior squad included – all except Randall, Bradley-Smith and Brandimarte.
Five swimmers will join up with the junior squad for the first time: Reading Royals’ trio Hariette Smith, Abigail Taylor and Teri-Faye Coupar, City of Leeds’ Millie Costello and City of Bristol’s Daniella Lloyd.
Rushmoor’s Celina Dembinska-Kenner is the 13th member of the junior squad, retaining her place from last year.