Aled Davies says he will be going into the Wolrd Para Athletic European Championships as an underdog after a difficult year in the field.
Earlier this year, the Bridgend born athlete made history after he finished sixth in his first able-bodied British championship event.
The three-time double world champion has since struggled with consistency.
Nine Welsh athletes make up the 52 strong British Athletics team competing in Berlin later this month.
Wales make up 19% of the British team competing in Berlin:
- Steve Morris
- Rhys Jones
- Sabrina Fortune
- Hollie Arnold
- Olivia Breen
- Laura Sugar
- Jordan Howe
- Harri Jenkins
- Aled Davies
Paralympic, World and Commonwealth gold medalist Hollie Arnold will be aiming to add the European title to her name.
Arnold heads into the championship as favourite for the F46 javelin after she broke the world record on her way to gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Harri Jenkins will make his senior international debut in the T33 100m wheelchair racing event.
Jenkins, who has represented Britain in wheelchair basketball, is ranked world number 2 in the T33m and is European lead over the distance.
Injury means Olivia Breen will not be competing in the T38 long jump where she won gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Instead she will be focusing on defending her T38 100m crown from the European Championship in Grosseto two years ago.
Jordan Howe will be looking to reach the podium after winning a silver medal in the T35 at the 2017 Para World Championships in London.
Rhys Jones, who represented Team GB in at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, is looking for a podium finish to add to the bronze he won at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Jones will be competing in both the T37 100m and 200m is coached by four-time Olympian sprinter Christian Malcolm.
The World Para Athletics European Championships will take place in Berlin, Germany from the 20-26 August.