British Athletics have named the squad of 80 track and field athletes who will head to Rio for this summer's Olympic Games.
After the trials a fortnight ago, one place in each event was still up for grabs, with the selectors deciding on the final athlete.
Ohuruogu and Pavey selected thanks to previous championship performances
Two of the most contentious decisions left with the selectors was whether the experience of Jo Pavey and Christine Ohuruogu should see them awarded a place on the plane.
Both have been given the nod, with 42-year-old Pavey selected ahead of Kate Avery in the 10,000m, and Ohuruogu chosen instead of Anyika Onuora in the 400, despite being beaten by her rival at the recent European Athletics Championships. In the process, Pavey becomes the first British track-and-field athlete to be selected for five Olympic games.
The other 50-50 calls have seen LSU student Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake confirmed as the third 200m runner ahead of Zharnel Hughes the who has struggled for form this season, while CJ Ujah has beaten Richard Kilty to the final 100m spot.
Super Saturday trio return to defend titles
Four years ago in London, the most famous evening of British Athletics for some time took place in Stratford, with Jessica Ennis-Hill, Greg Rutherford and Mo Farah all collecting gold medals.
The trio will each defend their titles in Rio, and will be amongst the favourites in each of their disciplines.
Farah has been the cream of the crop in long-distance running ever since London, and Rutherford always seems to turn it on at major championships, currently holding all potential gold medals (European, World, Commonwealth, Olympic) in the long jump.
Ennis-Hill meanwhile has had a baby daughter since 2012, yet returned to heptahtlon with success at last year's World Championships, winning gold in the Bird's Nest, Beijing.
Asher-Smith leads youthful group heading to first Olympics
20-year-old sprinter Dina Asher-Smith is the hottest prospect in British Athletics currently, with the Londoner amongst a group of athletes heading to her first Olympic Games. Having become European champion last week, Asher-Smith heads to Rio with a lot of expectations.
Others heading to their first Olympics includes 800 metre runner Elliot Giles who ran a PB to claim bronze in Amsterdam, as well Jazzmin Sawyers who continues to go from strength-to-strength in the long jump.
There are just 30 days until the Athletics schedule begins in Rio, as the build-up to the 2016 Olympic Games hots up.
Squad in full:
100m: James Dasaolu, James Ellington, Chijindu Ujah
200m: Adam Gemili, Danny Talbot, Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake
400m: Martyn Rooney, Matthew Hudson-Smith, Rabah Yousif
800m: Michael Rimmer, Elliot Giles
1500m: Chris O'Hare, Charlie Grice
5000m: Mo Farah, Tom Farrell, Andrew Butchart
10,000m: Mo Farah, Ross Millington, Andy Vernon
3000m steeplechase: Rob Mullett
110m hurdles: Andy Pozzi, Lawrence Clarke
400m hurdles: Sebastian Rodger, Jack Green
High Jump: Robbie Grabarz, Chris Baker
Pole Vault: Luke Cutts
Long Jump: Greg Rutherford
Hammer Throw: Nick Miller, Mark Dry, Chris Bennett
20km race walk: Tom Bosworth
50km race walk: Dominic King
Marathon: Callum Hawkins, Tsegai Tewelde, Derek Hawkins
100m: Asha Philip, Desiree Henry, Daryll Neita
200m: Dina Asher-Smith, Jodie Williams
400m: Christine Ohuruogu, Emily Diamond, Seren Bundy-Davies
800m: Lynsey Sharp, Shelayna Oskan-Clarke
1500m: Laura Muir, Laura Weightman
5000m: Eilish McColgan, Stephanie Twell, Laura Whittle
10,000m: Jo Pavey, Beth Potter, Jessica Andrews
3000m steeplechase: Lennie Waite
100m hurdles: Tiffany Porter, Cindy Ofili
400m hurdles: Eilidh Doyle
High Jump: Morgan Lake
Pole Vault: Holly Bradshaw
Long Jump: Lorraine Ugen, Shara Proctor, Jazmin Sawyers
Discus Throw: Jade Lally
Hammer Throw: Sophie Hitchon
Heptathlon: Katarina Johnson-Thompson, Jessica Ennis-Hill
Marathon: Sonia Samuels, Alyson Dixon
4x100m: Dasaolu, Ellington, Ujah, Gemili, Talbot, Mitchell-Blake, Richard Kilty, Ojie Edoburun, Harry Aikines-Aryeteey
4x400m: Rooney, Hudson-Smith, Yousif, Green, Delano Williams, Nigel Levine, Jarryd Dunn
4x100m: Philip, Henry, Neita, Asher-Smith, Bianca Williams, Ashleigh Nelson, Louise Bloor
4x400m: Ohuruogu, Diamond, Bundy-Davies, Doyle, Anyika Onuora, Margaret Adeoye, Kelly Massey