Eilidh Child is one of seven Scots named in the British team for next month's World Athletics Championships in Moscow.
The 400m and 400m hurdles runner has set repeated Scottish records this season.
Eilish McColgan, daughter of Olympic silver medallist Liz, will race in the 3000m steeplechase, with marathon runner Susan Partridge also named.
Chris O'Hare, Jamie Bowie, Laura Muir and Kirsten McAslan are also included.
SCOTS NAMED IN GB TEAM
- Eilidh Child
- Eilish McColgan
- Susan Partridge
- Laura Muir
- Kirsten McAslan
- Chris O'Hare
- Jamie Bowie
O'Hare (1500m) is joined by Bowie (4x100m and 4x400m relay) in the GB squad.
Muir (800m) and McAslan (4x400m relay) have also secured spots in the team for the trip to Moscow.
Britain's new sprint star
James Dasaolu has also earned a place in the 60-strong team.
However, Steph Twell has missed out despite winning the 5000m at the British Championships.
Reacting to the squad announcement, Child
"Great news for @lauramuiruns @Bowie2Bowie and Kirsten McAslan #worldchamps2013. Gutted for Steph Twell though, would've liked to have seen her name in the 5k #topathlete"
And O'Hare said on Twitter:
"It's official, I am in the team for the World Championships in Moscow. Huge thanks to everyone who has helped get me here."