Rio 2016 Olympic bronze medallist Sally Conway is among the 10 athletes named on British Judo's team for next month's Paris Grand Slam.
Conway, who won a bronze medal at the 2016 Paris Grand Slam, will compete in the women's under-70 kilograms category in the French capital.
She is joined on the team by 2017 World Championship bronze medallists Nekoda Smythe-Davis and Natalie Powell, who will contest the women's under-57kg and under-78kg divisions respectively.
Bekky Livesey and Jemima Yeats-Brown will be making their debuts at the tournament in the respective women's under-57kg and under-70kg categories.
Livesey finished seventh at last year's European Championships, while Yeats-Brown made her return to competition at the British Championships in December following anterior cruciate ligament surgery.
Lucy Renshall and Amy Livesey will be aiming to back up strong 2017s, which saw both of them into the top 10 of the International Judo Federation world ranking list in the women’s under-63kg.
Renshall finished fifth at last year’s Paris Grand Slam and also took home home silver at the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam.
Livesey won a number of medals last year, including bronze at the Yekaterinburg Grand Slam, and she finished seventh at the World Championships in Hungary’s capital Budapest.
Experienced judoka Sarah Adlington, in the women’s over-78kg, and Ashley McKenzie, in the men’s under 60kg, will also be in action having enjoyed good results last year.
Both judoka took home five Grand Prix medals between them in 2017, with McKenzie also finishing seventh at the European Championships in Poland’s capital Warsaw.
Philip Awiti-Alcaraz will be returning to the French capital for the first time since 2016, when he made his debut.
The men’s under-100kg judoka had an injury hit 2017, but he added a second Grand Prix medal to his collection with bronze in Cancún in Mexico.
Every athlete selected has medalled at Grand Prix level or higher.
"As we move into 2018, we can reflect on that we enjoyed a very successful 2017 across all major championships at both junior and senior level," Nigel Donohue, British Judo’s performance director, said.
"It is critically important that we build on our success from previous years and now very much look forward to the year ahead starting with the prestigious Paris Grand Slam.
"Paris is one event that all judoka look forward to with the aim to have a medal on their career CV.
"This year will be no different to previous years as we expect it to be a world-class field of which we feel confident that our team can compete and perform against."
The Paris Grand Slam is considered one of the most competitive events on the judo calendar with 1,000 world ranking points awarded to the gold medallists.
This year’s event, which is due to take place on February 10 and 11, comes just three months before the start of qualification for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Hohhot Grand Prix in China.
"I am sure that we will put in strong performances in the first Grand Slam of 2018 as we look forward to the Olympic qualification campaign starting later in the year," Donohue added.
To date, only five British judoka have won the Paris Grand Slam; Karen Briggs and Sharon Rendle in 1992, Donohue in 1993, Kate Howey in 1997 and Craig Fallon in 2003.
Like Conway, Powell claimed a bronze medal in 2016.