Judo world champion Nikoloz Sherazadishvili has been announced in the 149-strong Spanish team for the Minsk 2019 European Games.
Sherazadishvili, born in Georgia but granted Spanish citizenship in 2014, earned his world title in the men's under-90 kilograms category last year in Baku.
He is also a European bronze medallist and will aim to upgrade to gold here, with the competition doubling as this year's European Championships.
The 23-year-old had finished off the medal podium in the 2015 European Games in Baku.
Sherazadishvili was present at a Spanish press conference for Minsk 2019, alongside Spanish Olympic Committee President Alejandro Blanco and Ambassador of the Republic of Belarus in Spain, Pavel Pustovoy.
"The European Games are like an Olympic Games," Sherazadishvili said.
"Living in the Athletes Village and competing with the best European athletes is a good starter ahead of Tokyo 2020.
"I already took part in the first European Games in Baku and now I am aiming even higher."
In total, 79 male athletes and 72 female athletes are set to compete for Spain.
At Baku 2015, Spain were represented by 207 athletes in 22 sports.
They finished 10th overall in the medals table.
Spain won a total of 30 medals, made of up of eight gold, 11 silver and 11 bronze.
The biggest victory came in the men's cycling road race won by Luis León Sánchez.
Action at Minks 2019 is due to begin on Friday (June 21), with the start of competition scheduled to be marked with an Opening Ceremony.
The Games are scheduled to come to a close on June 30.