Watch our fruit shoot with GB archers Charlotte Burgess and Alan Wills
Larry Godfrey, Simon Terry, Alan Wills
Charlotte Burgess, Naomi Folkard, Alison Williamson
Team GB has the maximum of six archers in its squad for Beijing. Alison Williamson is heading to her fifth Olympics, having won bronze in Athens, while both Wills and Terry are ranked in the world's top 10.
Expect the British archers to challenge for both team and individual medals.
UK Athletics performance direct Dave Collins on GB's Beijing medals target
Men 100m: Simeon Williamson, Craig Pickering, Tyrone Edgar 200m: Marlon Devonish, Christian Malcolm, Alex Nelson 400m: Martyn Rooney, Andrew Steele 800m: Michael Rimmer 1500m: Andy Baddeley, Tom Lancashire 5000m: Mo Farah Marathon: Dan Robinson 3000m steeplechase: Andrew Lemoncello 110m hurdles: Allan Scott, Andy Turner High jump: Martyn Bernard, Germaine Mason, Tom Parsons Pole vault: Steve Lewis Long jump: Greg Rutherford, Chris Tomlinson Triple jump: Phillips Idowu, Larry Achike, Nathan Douglas Decathlon: Daniel Awde 4x100m: Harry Aikines-Aryeetey, Tyrone Edgar, Rikki Fifton, Craig Pickering, Simeon Williamson 4x400m: Michael Bingham, Richard Buck, Dale Garland, Martyn Rooney, Andrew Steele, Rob Tobin
Women 100m: Montell Douglas, Jeanette Kwakye 200m: Emily Freeman 400m: Lee McConnell, Christine Ohuruogu, Nicola Sanders 800m: Jenny Meadows, Marilyn Okoro, Jemma Simpson 1500m: Lisa Dobriskey, Susan Scott, Stephanie Twell 5000m: Jo Pavey 10000m: Jo Pavey, Kate Reed 3000m steeplechase: Helen Clitheroe, Barbara Parker Marathon: Paula Radcliffe, Mara Yamauchi, Liz Yelling 100m hurdles: Sarah Claxton 400m hurdles: Tasha Danvers Pole vault: Kate Dennison Long jump: Jade Johnson Discus: Philippa Roles Hammer: Zoe Derham Javelin: Goldie Sayers Heptathlon: Kelly Sotherton 20k walk: Johanna Jackson 4x100m: Emma Ania, Montell Douglas, Jeanette Kwayke, Ashlee Nelson, Anyika Onuora, Laura Turner 4x400m: Vicki Barr, Donna Fraser, Lee McConnell, Christine Ohuruogu, Nicola Sanders
UK Athletics only named one male 100m runner prior to the High Court ruling on Dwain Chambers' attempt to overturn his Olympic ban.
Once Chambers lost his appeal, Craig Pickering and Tyrone Edgar were named in the final team.
Marathon world record holder Paula Radcliffe's participation is threatened by a stress fracture in her left thigh - she has been named but is allowed to pull out and be replaced at any time before the event.
Super-heavyweight: David Price Middleweight: James Degale Light-heavyweight: Tony Jeffries Welterweight: Billy Joe Saunders Light-welterweight: Bradley Saunders Bantamweight: Joe Murray Flyweight: Khalid Yafai
After their best ever Olympic qualification campaign, Britain will have seven boxers in Beijing.
Lightweight world champion Frankie Gavin was ruled out at the last minute after failing to make it down to the 60kg limit.
But light-welterweight Bradley Saunders, bantamweight Joe Murray and light-heavyweight Tony Jeffries also qualified places for Beijing at the World Amateur Championships in Chicago last year.
Three more fighters - welterweight Billy Joe Saunders, flyweight Khalid Yafai and middleweight James Degale - earned their places during February's qualifying tournament in Italy.
Super-heavyweight David Price made it through the final qualifying tournament, in Athens, to complete the team.
A Scottish trio will paddle for GB in the slalom - Athens silver medallist Campbell Walsh will go for Beijing gold having won the first major international title of his career, the 2008 European title..
Fiona Pennie was a silver medallist at the 2006 Worlds, and David Florence fought off Stuart McIntosh to claim the C1 place.
Jonny Bellis (Men's Road Race)
Steve Cummings (Men's Road Race & Individual Time Trial)
Roger Hammond (Men's Road Race)
Ben Swift (Men's Road Race)
Nicole Cooke (Women's Road Race)
Sharon Laws (Women's Road Race)
Emma Pooley (Women's Road Race)
Steven Burke (Team Pursuit)
Mark Cavendish (Madison)
Edward Clancy (Team Pursuit)
Ross Edgar (Team Sprint and Keirin)
Chris Hoy (Sprint, Team Sprint and Keirin)
Jason Kenny (Sprint and Team Sprint)
Paul Manning (Team Pursuit)
Chris Newton (Points Race)
Victoria Pendleton (Sprint)
Rebecca Romero (Individual Pursuit and Points Race)
Jamie Staff (Team Sprint)
Geraint Thomas (Team Pursuit)
Bradley Wiggins (Individual Pursuit, Team Pursuit and Madison)
Wendy Houvenaghel (Women's Individual Pursuit)
GB's women have secured a team place and six individual places.
Beth Tweddle will compete in her second Olympics and she'll be joined by new British champion Becky Downie, Marissa King, Hannah Whelan, Imogen Cairns and Rebecca Wing.
Laura Jones was originally selected to compete, but made way for Cairns when she suffered a slipped disc, forcing her to withdraw from the team.
Seven-time British champion Claire Wright will be Britain's sole representative in the trampoline.
There will also be interest in the men's competition, with Louis Smith heading to Beijing after winning world bronze on the pommel horse. His training partner Daniel Keatings gained the nod for GB's other men's place.
Sam Weale won a World Cup bronze medal in Somerset earlier this year
Heather Fell, Katy Livingston
Sam Weale, Nick Woodbridge
Britain will send the maximum quota of two women and two men to Beijing.
Katy Livingston and Heather Fell both sealed their places at May's World Championships in Hungary, while Sam Weale and Nick Woodbridge make up the men's team.
Britain has a strong tradition in women's modern pentathlon, with the likes of Georgina Harland, Steph Cook and Kate Allenby winning half the medals on offer since the sport was introduced to the Games in 2000. Livingston and Fell are both genuine medal contenders in 2008.
It is 12 years since GB sent male modern pentathletes to a Games - Weale and Woodbridge exceeded expectations by qualifying and are less likely to reach the podium.
Men's crews Four: Tom James, Steve Williams, Peter Reed, Andy Triggs Hodge Eight: Alex Partridge, Tom Stallard, Tom Lucy, Richard Egington, Josh West, Alastair Heathcote, Matt Langridge, Colin Smith, Acer Nethercott (cox) Pair: Tom Solesbury, Robin Bourne-Taylor Single scull: Alan Campbell Double scull: Matt Wells, Stephen Rowbotham Lightweight double scull: Zac Purchase, Mark Hunter Lightweight four: Richard Chambers, James Lindsay-Fynn, Paul Mattick, James Clarke
Finn: Ben Ainslie Yngling - women's keelboat: Sarah Ayton, Sarah Webb and Pippa Wilson 49er - skiff: Stevie Morrison and Ben Rhodes Laser - men's one person dinghy: Paul Goodison Star: Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson RS:X - men's windsurfer: Nick Dempsey RS:X - women's windsurfer: Bryony Shaw 470 - men's two person dinghy: Nick Rogers and Joe Glanfield 470 - women's two person dinghy: Christina Bassadone and Saskia Clark Tornado - multihull: Leigh McMillan and Will Howden Laser Radial: Penny Clark
Hopes will be high for another strong Olympic showing, with GB qualifying in all relevant categories.
Men 50m freestyle: Mark Foster (University of Bath) 200m freestyle: Ross Davenport (Loughborough University); Robert Renwick (City of Aberdeen) 400m freestyle: David Carry (City of Aberdeen); Dean Milwain (Loughborough) 1500m freestyle: David Davies (Loughborough, pictured); Richard Charlesworth (Hatfield) 100m backstroke: Liam Tancock (Loughborough); Gregor Tait (City of Edinburgh) 200m backstroke: Gregor Tait (City of Edinburgh), James Goddard (Loughborough) 100m breaststroke: Chris Cook (City of Newcastle); Kristopher Gilchrist (City of Edinburgh) 200m breaststroke: Kristopher Gilchrist (City of Edinburgh); James Kirton (City of Sheffield) 100m butterfly: Michael Rock (Stockport Metro); Todd Cooper (Stirling) 200m butterfly: Michael Rock (Stockport Metro) 200m individual medley: James Goddard, Liam Tancock (both Loughborough) 400m individual medley: Thomas Haffield (City of Cardiff); Euan Dale (Loughborough) 4x200m freestyle relay: Ross Davenport (Loughborugh), Robert Renwick (City of Aberdeen), David Carry (City of Aberdeen), Andrew Hunter (Stirling); Ben Hockin (Swansea Performance) 4x100m freestyle relay: Simon Burnett, Adam Brown
Women 50m freestyle: Fran Halsall (City of Liverpool) 100m freestyle: Caitlin McClatchey (Loughborough); Fran Halsall (City of Liverpool) 200m freestyle: Caitlin McClatchey (Loughborough); Rebecca Adlington (Nova Centurion) 400m freestyle: Rebecca Adlington (Nova Centurion); Jo Jackson (Derwentside) 800m freestyle: Rebecca Adlington (Nova Centurion), Cassie Patten (Stockport Metro) 100m backstroke: Gemma Spofforth (Portsmouth Northsea); Elizabeth Simmonds (Lincoln Vulcans) 200m backstroke: Gemma Spofforth (Portsmouth Northsea); Elizabeth Simmonds (Lincoln Vulcans) 100m breaststroke: Kate Haywood (Loughborough); Kirsty Balfour (City of Edinburgh) 200m breaststroke: Kirsty Balfour (City of Edinburgh) 100m butterfly: Fran Halsall (City of Liverpool); Jemma Lowe (Borough of Stockton) 200m butterfly: Jemma Lowe (Borough of Stockton); Ellen Gandy (Beckenham) 200m individual medley: Hannah Miley (Garioch); Keri-Anne Payne (Stockport Metro) 400m individual medley: Hannah Miley (Garioch); Keri-Anne Payne (Stockport Metro) 4x100m freestyle relay: Caitlin McClatchey (Loughborough); Fran Halsall (City of Liverpool); Julia Beckett (Loughborough); Jessica Sylvester (Nova Centurion) 4x200m freestyle relay: Caitlin McClatchey (Loughborough), Rebecca Adlington (Nova Centurion); Jo Jackson (Derwentside); Mel Marshall (Loughborough), Fran Halsall (City of Liverpool)
10km open water: Cassie Patten, Keri-Anne Payne, David Davies
Diving - individual Men's Springboard (3m): Ben Swain Men's Platform (10m): Tom Daley, Pete Waterfield Women's Springboard (3m): Rebecca Gallantree Women's Platform (10m): Tonia Couch, Stacie Powell
Diving - synchro pairs Men's Springboard (3m): Ben Swain and Nick Robinson-Baker Men's Platform (10m): Tom Daley and Blake Aldridge Women's Springboard (3m): Hayley Sage and Tandi Gerrard Women's Platform (10m): Stacie Powell and Tonia Couch
Synchronised swimming: Olivia Allison and Jenna Randall
The GB swimming squad for Beijing was announced after the British Championships in Sheffield.
Hannah Miley, Liam Tancock, and Rebecca Adlington put in record-breaking performances at April's World Short Course Championships, held in Manchester, to spark hopes of an impressive Olympic medal haul.
Veteran swimmer Mark Foster, who did not meet GB's selection criteria for the 2004 Games, will be keen to earn his first Olympic medal in Beijing.
Baseball - The GB men's second place at the European Championships won them entry into the Olympic qualifying tournament in Taiwan in March. However, a lack of funding forced the team to withdraw and ended their hopes of playing in Beijing.
Basketball - There will be no British representation in Beijing, but plans to enter men's and women's teams for the London Games in 2012 are progressing well.
Football - England's women had hoped to be able to compete as part of Team GB in Beijing, but football's world governing body Fifa blocked the plan. There has also been opposition to proposals from the British Olympic Association to enter men's and women's teams at the London Olympics in 2012.
Handball - There will be no British handball team in Beijing, but plans are already under way to put together a team good enough to compete at London 2012.
Softball - Britain will not have a softball team in Beijing. The sport will be making its final appearance at the Olympics before being dropped from the schedule.
Table tennis - Young star Paul Drinkhall failed to reach the Olympics at the final world qualifying tournament in May, so GB will not be presented at the Beijing table tennis event - although Kelly Sibley has earned a berth on the list of reserves.
Volleyball - Beach volleyball pair Denise Johns and Lucy Boulton are looking to London 2012 having missed out on Beijing, and there will be no British representation in the indoor volleyball tournaments.
Wrestling - No British freestyle or Greco-Roman wrestlers have qualified for Beijing.