Trevor Taubman says the team are hoping for their best ever performance
The Isle of Man's largest ever Commonwealth Games team is gearing up for next month's competition in Delhi.
The 34 strong team will compete in six sports including archery, badminton, cycling and shooting.
Team manager Trevor Taubman said: "I'd like to think we could win a medal in every sport we represent."
Four years ago in Melbourne the Isle of Man won two medals including a gold for cyclist Mark Cavendish in the 20km scratch race.
The Isle of Man have picked up eight Commonwealth Games medals since their first appearance in 1958.
With 71 nations expected to take part, the Games will open on 3 October.
Isle of Man Team
Adrian Bruce, Aalin George, Sarah Rigby
Cristen Callow, Kim Clague, Josh Green, Matt Wilkinson
Krystian Borucki, Dominic Winrow
Mark Cavendish, Mark Christian, Graeme Hatcher, Peter Kennaugh, Tim Kennaugh, Andrew Roche, Chris Whorrall, Tom Black
Alex Hedges, Mukunda Measuria, Joe Smith, Adam Hedges, Olivia Curran
Clementine Kermode Clague, Harry Creevy, Jake Keeling, Gemma Kermode, Tim Kneale, Dave Moore, Neil Parsons, Dan Shacklock, Lara Ward, Steven Watterson, David Walton