The schedule and teams have been named for this weekend's Duel between Great Britain and Germany.
Paul Biedermann's return to action... in a 2010 suit.
Elizabeth Simmonds in the 200m Back after getting close to Kristina Egerszegi's textile best mark of 2:06.62 last weekend.
(The full list of textile best times can be found here.)
Seeing which team has adapted best to the US style format at the second attempt.
Matthew Clay, Ross Davenport, David Davies, Daniel Fogg, Jazmin Carlin, Thomas Haffield, Ian Hulme, Andrew Hunter, Antony James, Michael Jamieson, Robbie Renwick, Joseph Roebuck, Daniel Sliwinski, Lewis Smith, Liam Tancock, Charles Turner, Grant Turner, Chris Walker-Hebborn
Rebecca Adlington, Charlotte Barnes, Anne Bochmann, Georgia Davies, Jessica Dickons, Francesca Halsall, Georgia Holderness, Joanne Jackson, Caitlin McClatchey, Louise Pate, Elizabeth Simmonds, Amy Smith, Emma Smithurst, Jessica Sylvester, Lowri Tynan, Aimee Willmott, Katherine Wyld
Paul Biedermann, Dimitri Colupaev, Steffen Deibler, Johannes Dietrich, Toni Embacher, Hendrik Feldwehr, Christoph Fildebrandt, Lucien Haßdenteufel, Marco Koch, Christian Kubusch, Yannick Lebherz, Johannes Neumann, Tim Wallburger, Felix Wolf, Jan Wolfgarten, Benjamin Starke
Dorothea Brandt, Jaana Ehmcke, Isabell Härle, Franziska Hentke, Franziska Jansen, Lena Kalla, Silke Lippok, Jenny Mensing, Theresa Michalak, Caroline Ruhnau, Janne Schäfer, Nina Schiffer, Daniela Schreiber, Kerstin Vogel, Alexandra Wenk
Saturday Afternoon Session
400m Medley Relay
Sunday Morning Session
800m Free (Women only)
1500m Free (Men only)
400m Free Relay
Both teams are fielding strong teams although there are some notable absences:-
For Germany - Britta Steffen, Helge Meeuw, Daniela Samulski, Annika Mehlhorn.
For Great Britain - James Goddard, Michael Rock, Hannah Miley (UK based swimmers) Gemma Spofforth, Adam Brown, Ellen Gandy, Jemma Lowe, Marco Loughran (based abroad)