Several of Britain's champion divers are aiming to hit their peak ahead of the Commonwealth Games as they head to Germany for the year's first international competition.
Brothers Jack and Ross Haslam, Matty Lee, Matthew Dixon and Lois Toulson will be using the FINA Diving Grand Prix, to be held on 23-25 February in Rostock, as a warm-up for April's Commonwealth Games on Australia's Gold Coast.
Meanwhile Sheffield's Georgina Davenport secured her first-ever selection, and will be diving in the 10-metre individual competition.
Team leader Kim White, who is also coaching Team England for the Commonwealth Games, said: "We saw some really high quality diving at the British Diving Championships last month and hope our squad can replicate this on the World stage.
"Five of our newly crowned British Champions are in the team travelling to Rostock and I'm confident they can take that momentum into this competition.
"We know there will be a very high level of competition with China, USA, Australia and Canada sending some of the world's best divers."
The FINA Diving Grand Prix is a nine-stage competition held from February to November. After the first leg in Rostock, divers will head to Canada, Puerto Rico, Spain, Italy, Malaysia, Singapore and Australia.
This year's programme includes women's and men's 3m springboard, 10m platform, 3m springboard synchro and 10m platform synchro.
The full team line-up is as follows: Jack Haslam (3m and 3m synchro), Ross Haslam (3m and 3m synchro), Matty Lee (10m, 10m synchro and mixed 10m synchro), Kyle Kothari (10m synchro and mixed 3m synchro), Matthew Dixon (10m individual), Lois Toulson (10m, 10m synchro and mixed 10m synchro), Robyn Birch (10m synchro), Georgina Davenport (10m individual), Millie Haffety (3m and 3m synchro) and Scarlett Mew Jensen (3m, 3m synchro and mixed 3m synchro).