Rio 2016: Team GB pick Natalie Powell ahead of Gemma Gibbons
Commonwealth champion Natalie Powell has been confirmed in the Great Britain team for this summer's Olympics in Rio.
The 25-year-old qualified ahead of London 2012 silver medallist Gemma Gibbons, 29, in the -78kg category.
Powell will become the first Welsh female judoka to compete in the Olympics, which run from 5 to 21 August.
Ashley McKenzie, Colin Oates and Sally Conway, all of whom fought at London 2012, feature in the seven-strong team.
Britain won two judo medals four years ago, with Gibbons' silver and Karina Bryant's bronze in the 78kg category.
Team: Nekoda Smythe Davis (women's -57kg), Alice Schlesinger (women's -63kg), Sally Conway (women's -70kg), Natalie Powell (women's -78kg), Ashley McKenzie (men's -60kg), Colin Oates (men's -66kg), Benjamin Fletcher (men's -100kg).
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