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Husband and wife Chris and Gabby Adcock will spearhead an enhanced British challenge at this summer's Olympics in Rio.
The British Olympic Association has confirmed eight players have secured spots for the Games in Brazil, twice the number that competed in London four years ago.
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The Adcocks, ranked seventh in the world in mixed doubles, will be the chief medal hopes while men's singles player Rajiv Ouseph will also bring Olympic experience.
They will be joined by women's singles entrant Kirsty Gilmour and two other doubles pairings. Chris Langridge and Marcus Ellis will feature in the men's doubles with Lauren Smith and Heather Olver playing in the women's event.
Team GB chef de mission Mark England said: 'I'm delighted to be able to welcome these eight players to Team GB and see another fine squad of athletes book their seats on the plane to Rio 2016.
'Chris and Gabby Adcock had a very strong year in 2015 and are one of the best mixed doubles pairs in the world while Rajiv Ouseph has long been our strongest men's singles player.
'There is plenty of talent in this squad and on their day any of these athletes can challenge the best in the world so we're looking forward to seeing them in action this summer.'
British players failed to make a significant impression at London 2012 and have not won an Olympic medal since Nathan Robertson and Gail Emms claimed silver in Athens in 2004.
But the Adcocks, Commonwealth Games gold medallists two years ago, could contend this time having won two Superseries titles, including last year's world finals in Dubai, since reforming their on-court partnership after the 2012 Games.
Chris Adcock competed in London alongside the now-retired Imogen Bankier, with whom he previously won World Championship silver, but failed to win a match.
Ouseph, ranked 14th in the world and a two-time Commonwealth silver medallist, narrowly missed out on a place in the last 16 at Wembley Arena four years ago.
Scotland's Gilmour, ranked 15th in the world, has since emerged as Britain's leading women's singles player.
The 22-year-old from Hamilton also won a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014.
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Jon Austin, the badminton team leader, said: 'Eight players have qualified, which equals our team size in Beijing and will be the first time since Athens in 2004 that we will have representatives in every event.
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'We are in the midst of final preparations, the team are in good shape and looking forward to what lies ahead.'
Langridge said: 'The Olympics is the biggest thing in badminton. I started playing at the age of 10 so to be selected for Team GB is what I've been working towards for 21 years. It's an amazing achievement.'