Spain's seven-time Paralympic gold medallist Teresa Perales is the star name in her country's team for this year's World Para Swimming Championships in Mexico City.
The 41-year-old, who has won 26 Paralympic medals in all across five editions of the Games, competes in S5 events.
She boasts one World Championship gold medal, which she won in Glasgow in 2015 in the 50 metres freestyle.
Joining Perales in Mexico City will be a strong squad, including Rio 2016 gold medallists Nuria Marques Soto and Oscar Salguero Galisteo.
Also named in the squad are Judith Rolo Marichal, Antoni Ponce, Jose Antonio Mari Alcaraz-Garcia, Sarai Gascon Moreno, Miguel Luque Avila, David Levecq, Ricardo Ten Argiles, Isabel Hernandez, Sebstian Rodriguez and Carlos Martinez.
Sixty countries are set to be represented in Mexico City in all, with 550 swimmers due to compete at the Francisco Marquez Olympic Swimming Pool.
Competition will take place between September 30 and October 6 with the competition the first major event of the Tokyo 2020 cycle.
The Powerlifting World Championships will also take place in the Mexican capital at the same time as part of a festival of Para-sport.