Belarus' Rio 2016 trampolining gold medallist Uladzislau Hancharou will be competing at this weekend's International Gymnastics Federation World Cup event in the Portuguese city of Loulé.
The competition will feature both trampoline and tumbling competitions at the Loulé Municipal Sports Hall.
Action is due to begin tomorrow and will conclude on September 30.
Hancharou leads a star-studded field that includes China's Dong Dong, who finished behind the Belorussian in Rio de Janeiro last year.
Japan's Ginga Munetomo, who narrowly missed out on the medal positions at Rio 2016, will also be in contention.
While there are two Rio 2016 medallists in the men's competition, the top three in the women's competition are all absent.
Tatsiana Piatrenia of Belarus, who finished fifth at Rio 2016, will be in action alongside teammate Hanna Harchonak.
The duo will also combine for the synchronised competition.
The tumbling field is much smaller than the trampoline with 13 entrants in the men's event and 12 in the women's.
China's 2015 World Championships bronze medallist, Zhang Kuo, will line-up in the men's competition.
Russia's Anna Korobeinikova, who also claimed bronze at the 2015 World Championships in Odense, will also be taking part.