Scotland has selected a 41-strong squad for this year's Commonwealth Youth Games in Nassau in The Bahamas.
The athletes chosen to represent the country at the event, which runs from July 18 to 23, are set to compete in seven of the nine sports on the programme - athletics, beach volleyball, boxing, cycling, judo, swimming and tennis.
British cadet champion Louis Saez is among the six judoka who have been selected, with judo, along with beach volleyball, due to make its debut at the Commonwealth Youth Games.
Emma Waldie and Jennifer Lee have been chosen as the beach volleyball representatives.
A total of 11 athletes have been named in the track and field squad, including European Youth Championships bronze medallist Erin Wallace, while Scotland's delegation also features eight swimmers.
This includes Anna Fleming, Isabel Jones, Luke Robins, Scott McLay and Thomas Beeley, who are also set to compete for Britain at the European Junior Championships in Israel at the end of June.
The team will be led by Colin Gregor, Scotland's highest-capped rugby sevens player and third leading points scorer of all time.
"Congratulations to all 41 athletes on their selection for Team Scotland, and also to their families and coaches who have supported and guided their progress," said Gregor.
"This is a fantastic opportunity for these young athletes to experience what the Commonwealth Games is all about and the start of an exciting journey, which I hope will see many of these athletes going on to represent Team Scotland at senior level.
"I wish Team Scotland 2017 every success in The Bahamas and I look forward to cheering them on over the six days of competition."
Scotland will depart for The Bahamas on July 14.
The country won seven medals, four gold and three silver, at the last edition of the Commonwealth Youth Games in Samoa in 2015.
"I would like to welcome each and every one of these young athletes to Team Scotland and congratulate them on the hard work and dedication that lies behind their selection," Commonwealth Games Scotland chairman Paul Bush said.
“The Commonwealth Youth Games is also an excellent development opportunity for staff with the relevant skills and experience to step up and take on first time roles or more senior positions in the multi-sport Games environment.
"I am delighted to see Colin Gregor and several others who have represented Team Scotland as athletes, now returning in management positions and sharing their invaluable experience.
"I wish the team all the very best for their final preparations and I look forward to seeing our athletes compete with pride for Team Scotland in the Bahamas."