Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley will be aiming for gold when he leads an 11-strong Team GB diving squad to Rio 2016.
The 22-year-old, who secured a place on the podium at London 2012, will be competing in his third Olympic Games.
"I've really loved competing through the last two years and got really promising results at the World Championships and European Championships," Daley told PA.
"To have the confirmation that I'm going to my third Olympic Games is really exciting. Rio was amazing when we went in February and I can't wait to go back and see what the pool will look like."
Daley won two golds and a silver medal at the 2016 European Championships in London.
Team GB Olympic diving team:
Sarah Barrow, 27 from Plymouth – women's 10m
Alicia Blagg, 19 from Wakefield – women's 3m synchronised
Tonia Couch, 27 from Plymouth – women's 10m and 10m synchronised
Rebecca Gallantree, 32 from Chelmsford – women's 3m and 3m synchronised
Grace Reid, 20 from Edinburgh – women's 3m
Lois Toulson, 16 from Huddersfield – women's 10m synchronised
Tom Daley, 22 from Plymouth – men's 10m and 10m synchronised
Daniel Goodfellow, 21 from Cambridge – men's 10m synchronised
Jack Laugher, 21 from Harrogate – men's 3m and 3m synchronised
Chris Mears, 23 from Reading – men's 3m synchronised
Freddie Woodward, 21 from Sheffield – men's 3m