A 30-strong team, including six British Senior champions, will be battling it out at the European Junior Championships this summer.
The competition, which is the most prestigious in the 2018 calendar, will take place in Helsinki, Finland from July 4 to 8.
After several excellent performances at the British Swimming Championships in Edinburgh last weekend, the selectors faced some tough choices.
British Swimming’s Head of Elite Development Tim Jones said: “We are really pleased to be able to select a strong team of 30 swimmers to compete in Helsinki at the start of July. 2018 is an extremely important year for British Swimming; the second year of this Olympic cycle is one of our final opportunities to unearth some new talent ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Games.
“In amongst our team, we have been able to name some familiar and experienced junior swimmers who have already successfully begun the transition into the senior ranks. We hope to be able to identify some more hidden gems at this event that can become potent forces on the British Team for many years to come.
“With an extended period of preparation time between now the start of the meet, our focus now will be to ensure all of our team members swim season-best performances at these Championships.”
The six newly crowned British Champions in the squad are Leah Crisp (1,500m Freestyle); Jacob Peters (100m Butterfly); Freya Anderson (100m Freestyle); Tom Dean (200m and 400m IM); Lewis Burras (100m Freestyle) and Nicholas Pyle (50m Backstroke).
Dean will be defending his 200m IM European title he won in Netanya, Israel where he also picked up a silver in the longer 400m event, and where Ciara Schlosshan won a silver in the 200m butterfly. Freya Anderson and Emily Large are the reigning World Junior Champions for the 100m Freestyle and 200m Butterfly respectively.
The full squad is:
Daisy Anderson – Thanet
Freya Anderson – Ellesmere College
Rachel Anderson – Millfield School
Will Bell – City of Leicester
Tatiana Belonogoff – Guildford City
Lily Booker – City of Bristol
Lily Boseley – City of Sheffield
Lewis Burras – Southport / Hamilton Aquatics
Greg Butler – City of Derby
Harry Constantine - Hatfield
Lauren Cox – City of Coventry
Leah Crisp – City of Leeds
Tom Dean –Maidenhead
Angharad Evans – Ellesmere College
Lewis Fraser – City of Swansea
Archie Goodburn – Warrender Baths Club
Jakob Goodman – Millfield School
Nathan Hughes – Hatfield
Charlie Hutchison – Ellesmere College
Emily Large – Newcastle Swim Team
Keanna Macinnes – Heart of Midlothian
Jasmine McCrea - Poole
Laura McNab – Team Bath Aquae Sulis
Jacob Peters – Poole
Nick Pyle – Newcastle Swim Team
Charlotte Rigg – City of Birmingham
Katie Robertson – South Ayrshire
Ciara Schlosshan – City of Leeds
Luke Turley – HatfieldLexi Waller – Heart of Midlothian / Wantage