Defending Paralympic champions Will Bayley and Rob Davies have been named in Great Britain's 13-person table tennis squad for this summer's Games in Tokyo.
Bayley was involved in one of the stand-out moments of the Games in Brazil five years ago when he stood on the table arms aloft following his dramatic victory over home favourite Israel Pereira Stroh.
The 33-year-old required a knee reconstruction last year after tearing an anterior cruciate ligament while in rehearsals for the TV show Strictly Come Dancing in October 2019.
"It means everything to me to compete for my country – to represent GB is what I live for and what I train for every day, I get an extra bit of energy and drive to go for these moments because I know these chances don't come around very often," he said in a statement.
"I'm playing the best table tennis of my career so I know this is a great opportunity for me and I want to show people what I can do.
"I feel that I've got a lot to prove as an athlete – I still don't feel I have achieved everything I can achieve so I'm excited to try and do that."
Debutants Tom Matthews, Megan Shackleton, Billy Shilton and Joshua Stacey complete the squad.
Table tennis team leader Gorazd Vecko said: "After all the challenges of the last 18 months, I am so proud that we have 13 athletes selected to represent ParalympicsGB in Tokyo.
"Our athletes have been training hard and we are fully focused on making the country proud in Tokyo."