Great Britain will send a 56-strong team to next month's Winter Olympics after confirming the final athletes on Wednesday.
They will compete in 10 of the 15 sports in Sochi with curling and bobsleigh sending 10 athletes apiece.
The majority of the team were born in England but all 10 curlers are Scottish.
Although most of Britain's top medal contenders are female, there are more men in the team.
They have received very different levels of funding on their path to Russia.
Team GB squad:
Alpine Skiing: David Ryding, Chemmy Alcott
Biathlon: Lee Jackson, Amanda Lightfoot
Bobsleigh: Stuart Benson, John Jackson, John Baines, Ben Simons, Joel Fearon, Bruce Tasker, Craig Pickering, Lamin Deen, Paula Walker, Rebekah Wilson
Cross Country Skiing: Andrew Young, Andrew Musgrave, Callum Smith, Rosamund Musgrave
Curling: David Murdoch, Tom Brewster, Greg Drummond, Michael Goodfellow, Scott Andrews, Claire Hamilton, Eve Muirhead, Anna Sloan, Vicki Adams, Lauren Gray
Figure Skating: David King, Nick Buckland, Matthew Parr, Jenna McCorkell, Penny Coomes, Stacey Kemp
Freestyle Skiing: Murray Buchan, James Woods, James Machon, Emma Lonsdale, Katie Summerhayes, Rowan Cheshire
Short Track Speed Skating: Jon Eley, Richard Shoebridge, Jack Whelbourne, Elise Christie, Charlotte Gilmartin
Skeleton: Lizzy Yarnold, Shelley Rudman, Kristan Bromley. Dominic Parsons
Snowboarding: Ben Kilner, Billy Morgan, Dom Harington, Jamie Nicholls, Zoe Gillings, Jenny Jones, Aimee Fuller
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