Hannah Miley has been named as part of a 29-strong British team for this summer’s World Championships.
The Inverurie native will compete in Hungary after her double win at the British Championships in Sheffield.
A double Commonwealth Games gold medallist, Miley will look to improve on her 2015 performance at the worlds.
She narrowly came fourth to miss out on a medal and has previously admitted she considered retirement such was her disappointment.
But the 27-year-old will go again in Budapest in July as she looks to complete her medal collection at the event.
Miley finished second in the 400m individual medley in 2011 in Shanghai.
She also has a bronze medal for her involvement in the 2009 4x200m freestyle relay team, though she did not actually compete in the final.
Miley is one of a number of big names to be selected for the Hungary meet.
Gold medallist Adam Peaty is the pick of a bunch which includes a slew of Britain’s Olympic stars.
British Swimming head coach Bill Furniss said: “We’ve got all of our top swimmers there along with an exciting group of juniors who came through and showed themselves and their potential to achieve within the international arena.
“It’s a good balance between youth and senior, and will create a positive and productive dynamic within the squad.”
British Swimming team for the 2017 World Championships:
Adam Peaty, Jocelyn Ulyett, Max Litchfield, Duncan Scott, Ben Proud, Hannah Miley, Chris Walker-Hebborn, James Guy, Calum Jarvis, Nick Grainger, Ross Murdoch, Molly Renshaw, Daniel Jervis, Charlotte Atkinson, Georgia Davies, Sarah Vasey, Alys Thomas, Freya Anderson, Stephen Milne, James Wilby, Aimee Willmott, Holly Hibbott, Siobhan-Marie O’Connor, Jazz Carlin, Abbie Wood, Rosie Rudin, Mark Szaranek, Luke Greenbank, Kathleen Dawson.