Welsh gymnast Brinn Bevan is bidding for a seat on the plane to Tokyo next year after Great Britain guaranteed themselves a place in the men's team event at the 2020 Olympic Games.
The GB men secured their spot at this month's World Championships in Germany, where they finished fifth.
Bevan missed out on selection for that team after illness and injuries disrupted his plans. But having narrowly been beaten to a medal when he made the last Olympics in Rio de Janiero in 2016, he is determined to win back his GB spot.
Bevan, who qualifies for Wales through his late father Glynn, announced he had switched allegiances to Wales from England on St David's Day earlier this year. He is one of a number of Welsh gymnastics hopefuls with dreams of making the Olympics in Japan.
Joe Cemlyn-Jones, Josh Cook, Emil Barber and Jacob Edwards were all teammates of Bevan's at the Northern European Gymnastics Championships, held in Iceland in September, where the Wales men took silver behind Norway.
Wales women went one better and took gold and their hopes of making the GB breakthrough for next year rest with Emily Thomas, Jea Maracha, Poppy Stickler, Holly Jones and Mia Evans.
A member of South Essex Gym Club in Basildon, Bevan was two years old when he was introduced to the sport - and 17 years later, he made his Olympics debut at Rio.