World leader Johannes Vetter headlines the German team for the European Throwing Cup in Split, Croatia on 8-9 May.
Vetter holds the championship record with 92.70m from Leiria in 2018 and based on recent form, the German could even challenge that mark after regaining his world lead with 91.50m in Offenburg on Saturday afternoon.
Vetter is joined in Split by his compatriot Julian Weber who won the 2017 edition of the event while reigning European javelin champion Christin Hussong and European discus bronze medallist Shanice Craft are among the other standout names on the team.
The full German team can be found here.
Poland has selected 22 athletes for the European Throwing Cup in Split. World hammer record-holder Anita Wlodarczyk will be returning to competition after a near two year hiatus due to knee surgery and she will be joined by Malwina Kopron, the bronze medallist behind Wlodarczyk at the 2017 World Athletics Championships.
Four-time world hammer champion Pawel Fajdek will be opening his season in Split where he will search for his third career victory at the European Throwing Cup. Other notable names on the Polish team include former world and European discus bronze medallist Robert Urbanek and European U23 javelin champion Cyprian Mrzyglod.
The full Polish team can be found here.
Spain has named a team of 19 athletes for the European Throwing Cup in Split including European indoor shot put finalist Maria Belen Toimil who smashed the national record with 18.64m in the qualifying round in Torun.
European U18 and U20 champion Yasiel Brayan Sotero will compete in the senior discus while at the other end of the career spectrum, hammer throwers Javier Cienfuegos and Berta Castells will be competing in their 11th and 14th editions of the European Throwing Cup respectively.
The full Spanish team can be found here.
Italy has selected 22 athletes for the European Throwing Cup including Leonardo Fabbri and Chiara Rosa in the shot put.
The full Italian team can be found here.