He's only recently broken onto the senior fencing circuit, but 20-year-old James Davis from East Barnet is confident of his chances at the Olympics this summer.
He says he's definitely going for gold. And that would be quite an achievement, considering the GB fencing team hasn't won an Olympic medal since 1964.
Our sports reporter Sally Williams asked him how he first found out he was on the Olympic squad.
Sophie Troiano speaks to London Tonight, following the news that she's been selected for the London 2012 GB fencing team.
The 25-year-old from New Malden is one of three Londoners to be chosen for the squad.
Londoner Sophie Toiano reacts to the news that she's been chosen for the Team GB fencing squad for London 2012.
Andy Hunt, Team GB Chef De Mission for the London 2012 Olympic Games said that Britain's fencers would be aiming for the first Olympic medal in the sport since 1964.
Sophie Troiano is the third fencer from London to be selected for the Great Britain fencing team for London 2012.
In total, ten people have been chosen for the squad and there are also two reserves.
James Davis (20) from Edgware and Richard Kruse (28) from Finchley will both compete in the men's foil. Londoner Laurence Halsted (26) is one of the reserves.
Sophie Troiano from London has made the grade to represent Great Britain at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
The 25-year-old will compete as part of the women's foil team.
Richard Kruse, from Finchley, is perhaps the best male fencer Britain has turned out for 40 years.
Wouldn't it be nice if he proves to be one of the best in the world?
Our Sports Reporter, Sally Williams, has been to meet him.