World 200m champion and Commonwealth relay champion, Dina Asher-Smith headlines an incredibly strong England team for this summer’s Commonwealth Games in the West Midlands.
Asher-Smith won’t race over the half-lap distance but will take on both the 100m and 4x100m, the latter of which she won Commonwealth gold at Gold Coast in 2018.
World heptathlon champion Katarina-Johnson Thompson will look to defend her Commonwealth title while Olympic 800m silver medallist Keely Hodgkinson will get a taster of a home championships for the first time. She will just race over 800m and is not part of the 4x400m team.
Olympic bronze medallist Holly Bradshaw finished fourth at the last Commonwealth Games in Australia four years ago but after winning a medal from Tokyo, she will be confident of going at least one better in Birmingham.
Fellow Olympic bronze medallists Daryll Neita and Imani-Lara Lansiquot will have that same mindset and they both race in the 100m and 4x100m.
100m: Dina Asher-Smith, Imani-Lara Lansiquot and Daryll Neita
200m: Daryll Neita
400m: Victoria Ohuruogu, Ama Pipi and Jodie Williams
800m: Alex Bell and Keely Hodgkinson
1500m: Katie Snowden
5000m: Jess Judd, Amy-Eloise Markovc, Calli Thackery
10,000m: Samantha Harrison, Jess Judd and Amy-Eloise Markovc
Marathon: Georgina Schwiening
3000m steeplechase: Lizzie Bird and Aimee Pratt
100m hurdles: Cindy Sember
400m hurdles: Jessie Knight and Lina Nielsen
High Jump: Emily Borthwick, Morgan Lake and Laura Zialor
Long jump: Jazmin Sawyers and Lorraine Ugen
Triple jump: Naomi Metzger
Pole vault: Holly Bradshaw, Molly Caudery and Sophie Cook
Shot put: Sophie McKinna, Divine Oladipo and Amelia Strickler
Discus: Jade Lally and Divine Oladipo
Hammer: Anna Purchase
Heptathlon: Katarina Johnson-Thompson, Holly Mills and Jade O’Dowda
4x100m: Dina Asher-Smith, Desiree Henry, Imani-Lara Lansiquot, Daryll Neita and Asha Philip
4x400m: Jessie Knight, Laviai Nielsen, Lina Nielsen, Victoria Ohuruogu, Ama Pipi and Jodie Williams
100m: Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake and Reece Prescod
200m: Adam Gemili and Zharnel Hughes
400m: Matthew Hudson-Smith
800m: Max Burgin (Ian Burgin, Halifax Harriers) and Ben Pattison
1500m: Elliot Giles and Matt Stonier
5000m: Sam Atkin, Patrick Dever and Marc Scott
10,000m: Sam Atkin, Patrick Dever and Marc Scott
Marathon: Jonny Mellor
10km race walk: Tom Bosworth and Callum Wilkinson
3000m steeplechase: Zak Seddon
110m hurdles: Tade Ojora, Andrew Pozzi and Joshua Zeller
400m hurdles: Chris McAlister
High Jump: Joel Clarke-Khan
Triple jump: Ben Williams
Pole vault: Harry Coppell, Adam Hague and Owen Heard
Shot put: Scott Lincoln
Discus: Lawrence Okoye
Hammer: Joseph Ellis, Nick Miller and Craig Murch
Decathlon: Harry Kendall
4x100m: Harry Aikines-Aryeetey, Jona Efoloko, Adam Gemili, Zharnel Hughes, Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake and Reece Prescod.