European Championship medallists Dai Greene, Rhys Williams and Christian Malcolm will spearhead Wales' athletics challenge at the Commonwealth Games.
European 400m hurdles champion Greene and silver-medallists Williams and Malcolm (200m) are part of a 23-strong Welsh line-up for Delhi in October.
Greene hopes to make up for bad memories of the 2006 Melbourne Games.
The Swansea Harrier was due to take part in the 4x400m, but injury left Wales with only three competitors.
Greene said: "I'm really proud to be selected for Wales for the Commonwealth Games, especially after such a disappointing experience in Melbourne in 2006.
"Four years ago I hoped to be part of the 4x400m relay team but never got the chance to pull on the Welsh vest, after our squad was reduced to just three athletes on the day of the heats.
"Now being officially selected in an individual event, I can't wait for the Games to come around.
"After the excitement of winning in Barcelona, I am now refocusing on my preparations for Delhi.
Wales has a very unique opportunity to compete with some of the best countries in the world
Welsh Athletics coaching boss John Dagata
"I hope that with the best possible approach to the Commonwealths, I can produce a performance of similar quality and bring home a medal for Wales."
Wales also include experienced Commonwealth Games competitors such as Philippa Roles and wheelchair racer Brian Alldis as well as fresh faces such as Sally Peake and Joe Thomas.
Welsh Athletics coaching boss John Dagata, said: "I'm very excited about the team representing Wales in the 2010 Commonwealth Games in India this October.
"Wales has a very unique opportunity to compete with some of the best countries in the world.
"The athletes selected for Wales represent a work ethic and consistent performance rating we all should be very proud of.
Welsh Chef de Mission Chris Jenkins said: "Wales have a good record in the athletics at the Commonwealth Games with athletes such as Christian Malcolm bringing home medals.
"We're lucky to have experienced and talented athletes like Dai Greene and Rhys Williams competing for Wales - mix that with the enthusiasm of the younger members of the team and it certainly makes for exciting prospects."
Team Wales' Commonwealth Games athletics squad:
Brian Alldis From: Cardiff Date of birth: 8 July, 1986 Event: Wheelchair racing, track and road, T54 Achievements: Qualified for the 800m, 1500m, 5000m and marathon at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Daniel Davies From: Treherbert Date of birth: 25 May, 1991 Event: F32 seated shot put
Lee Doran From: Cardiff Date of birth: 5 March, 1985 Event: Javelin Achievements: Bronze at the 2009 British Championships.
Laura Douglas From: Wrexham Date of birth: 4 January, 1983 Event: Hammer Achievements: Competed at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne in 2006.
Christopher Gowell From: Newport Date of birth: 29 September, 1985 Event: 800m. Achievements: Ranked eighth in the UK in 2008 in the 800m.
Dai Greene From: Llanelli Date of birth: 11 April, 1986 Event: 400m hurdles Achievements: 2010 European Championships gold, 2009 World Championships finalist.
Benjamin Gregory From: Chertsey Date of birth: 21 November, 1990 Event: Decathlon Achievements: Has competed for Great Britain at combined events.
Ashleigh Hellyer From: Swansea Date of birth: 16 February, 1991 Event: Shot put F32 Achievements: Swansea Junior Disability Sports Personality of the Year 2006.
Christian Malcolm From: Newport Date of birth: 3 June, 1979 Event: 100m & 200m Achievements: 2000 Olympics 200m finalist; silver medallist at 2010 European Championships.
Jenny McLoughlin From: Chepstow Date of birth: 3 October, 1991 Event: 100m, 200m T37 Achievements: 2007 UK Schools Games champion, competed at the 2008 Paralympics.
Brett Morse From: Cardiff Date of birth: 11 February, 1989 Event: discus Achievements: UK Under 23 and senior indoor record holder.
Elaine O'Neill From: Bath Date of birth: 20 August, 1989 Event 100m & 200m Achievements: 2009 European Under 23 4x100 gold.
Carys Parry From: Pontypridd Date of birth: 24 July, 1981 Event: Hammer Achievements: 2006 Commonwealth Games competitor.
Sally Peake From: Cardiff Date of birth: 8 February, 1986 Event: pole vault Achievements: Successfully switching from gymnastics to athletics.
Bryony Raine From: Cardiff Date of birth: 30 August, 1986 Event: Pole Vault Achievements: Bronze at the 2009 UK Championship
Matt Richards From: Neath Date of birth: 10 May, 1986 Event: hammer Achievements: AAA Under 23 Champion.
Philippa Roles From: Neath Date of birth: 1 March, 1978 Event: Discus Achievements: Double Olympian.
Ryan Spencer Jones From: Aberdare Date of birth: 14 October, 1986 Event: Shot put Achievements: Welsh Schools champion.
James Thie From: Llanharan Date of birth: 27 June, 1978 Event: 1500m Achievements: Fourth at the 2004 World indoor championships.
Joe Thomas From: Pontypridd Date of birth: 29 January, 1988 Event: 800m Achievements: One of Wales' youngest competitors.
Paul Walker From: Rhoose Date of birth: 15 August, 1985 Event: pole vault Achievements: Welsh record holder.
Gareth Warburton From: Caernarfon Date of birth: 23 April, 1983 Event: 800m Achievements: 2005 European indoor championships relay silver & 2006 Commonwealth Games competitor.
Rhys Williams From: Cardiff Date of birth: 27 February, 1984 Event: 400m hurdles Achievements: 2010 European Championships silver & 2006 Commonwealth Games competitor.
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