British Swimming have selected a 29-strong team that will take to the pool at the World Aquatics Championships in Fukuoka, Japan this summer, one year out from the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
With Paris on the horizon, the team bound for Marine Messe Fukuoka Hall A for the eight-day swimming programme – which runs from 23rd-30th July - includes a blend of world-class arena experience with up-and-coming talent.
Six Olympic champions, including Maidenhead's Tom Dean, Freya Anderson, Anna Hopkin, James Guy, Matt Richards and Duncan Scott - will take to the blocks alongside previous World Championship gold medallists James Wilby and Ben Proud, the latter having claimed a stunning world titlein the Men's 50m Freestyle in Budapest last year.
Also included in the team is Wycombe swimmer Cameron Brooker, currently training at the Bath Performance Centre with Tom. This is the first ever international selection from Cameron after an amazing performance at the British Championships. Cameron has been a swimmer at Wycombe since 2009 as a 7 year old and moved on to the Bath National Center 2 years ago.