Final entries for the European Athletics Team Championships First, Second and Third Leagues on 19-20 June have been published and are available to view.
The First League takes place in Cluj-Napoca, Romania and features the five relegated teams from the Super League in 2019: Sweden, Finland, Greece, Czech Republic and Switzerland. The final entries for the First League can be found here.
The Swiss team features recently crowned European indoor champions Ajla Del Ponte (100m, 4x100m) and Angelica Moser (pole vault) while the Greek team will be expecting maximum points in the long jump from world leader Miltiadis Tentoglou.
Another reigning European indoor champion in action is Femke Bol who will contest the 400m flat in Cluj-Napoca. Her training partner Lieke Klaver will also be in action in the 200m.
However, Ireland will not be competing in Cluj-Napoca citing ongoing coronavirus restriction. The full statement from Athletics Ireland can be read here.
The European Athletics Team Championships Second League takes place in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria and the final entries can be found here.
One of the highlights will be the men's discus featuring reigning European champion Andrius Gudzius from Lithuania and in-form Slovenian Kristjan Ceh who extended his European U23 record to 69.52m last month.
The Bulgarian team will be anchored once again by Ivet Lalova-Collio who competes in the 200m and 4x100m, and Olympic silver medallist Mirela Demireva in the high jump. Lalova-Collio won a 100/200m double on this track in 2015 which helped Bulgaria gain promotion into the First League.
The European Athletics Team Championships Third League will be held in Limassol, Cyprus and final entries can be found here.
Hosts Cyprus will be one of the favourites for promotion back into the Second League. Their team includes world finalists Milan Trajkovic (110m hurdles) and Apostolos Parellis (discus) along with Eleni Artymata (400m) and twins Olivia Fotopoulou (100m) and Filippa Fotopoulou (long jump).
The men's shot put could be one of the highest quality events of the weekend with the entry-list featuring four throwers with 21 metre-plus lifetime bests: Georgia's Giorgi Mujaridze (21.21m), Mesud Pezer from Bosnia & Herzegovina (21.48m), Serbia's Asmir Kolasinac (21.58m) and Luxembourg's Bob Bertemes (22.22m).