European discus bronze medallist Lawrence Okoye is one of the standout names on a British team which combines youth and experience for the European Athletics Team Championships in Silesia from 20-25 June.
The European Athletics Team Championships forms part of the European Games programme in Krakow-Malopolska and the 1st Division will be the focal point of the championships from 23-25 June.
Aside from Okoye, the British team features a scattering of fellow medal winners from Munich 2022 including Jeremiah Azu, who won 100m bronze and 4x100m gold in Munich, and Alex Haydock-Wilson who also came away with bronze and gold from the 400m and 4x400m.
In what could be a near-repeat of the European final, Azu could line up alongside reigning European and Olympic 100m champion Marcell Jacobs who has expressed his keenness to compete for Italy in the 1st Division.
Great Britain finished third in the team standings at the 2021 edition which was also held in Silesia and their team includes some repeat winners including Lina Nielsen in the 400m hurdles and Ellie Baker who steps up to the 1500m having won the 800m in 2021.
With Baker stepping up to the 1500m, Issy Boffey will be seeking victory in the 800m to go alongside her gold medals at the European Athletics U18, U20 and U23 Championships.
Other prospective winners in Silesia include in-form British middle distance runners Ben Pattison and George Mills in the 800m and 1500m respectively.
The full British team can be found here.
The final entries for all divisions of the European Athletics Team Championships will be published next week. All three divisions will be streamed live through the European Athletics channel from 20-25 June.