Hammer thrower Nick Miller has been selected in British Athletics' 54-strong team for next month’s European Team Championships Super League meeting.

Miller, of Scotby, who last year won Commonwealth Games gold, is chosen as the British team's sole representative in the hammer.

Charlie Da’Vall Grice also helps headline the British team with his third appearance at the championships, less than two weeks after his move into fourth on the all-time UK list for the 1500m after a huge personal best of 3:30.62 at the Monaco Diamond League.

Fresh from his own personal best at the Muller Anniversary Games at the weekend, European indoor silver medallist Jamie Webb will run the 800m while European indoor champion Shelayna Oskan-Clarke will make her European Team Championships debut in the women’s 800m.

Jessica Judd, who claimed the World Student Games 5,000m title this month, is another to have run a personal best over the weekend and earns selection for the championships in the 1500m, having made her senior British debut at the 2013 event in Gateshead, winning the 800m.

The event will be held in Bydgoszcz, Poland, from August 9 to August 11.

"As ever, I'm delighted to announce the 54 athletes chosen to represent Great Britain & Northern Ireland at the European Team Championships next month," performance director Neil Black told British Athletics' website. "The championships mark the start of a busy period leading up to the IAAF World Championships in Doha and, once again, we want to show ourselves as one of the leading nations in Europe.

"For some of the athletes selected, the event presents them with an opportunity to test themselves in a team environment against high-quality international competition, while for others, it offers an opportunity for them to put themselves in the mix for selection for the IAAF World Championships later this year."

Black added: "We have seen some fantastic performances at the European Under-20 and Under-23 Championships over the past two weeks, and it's great to see athletes being given the opportunity to show what they can do at senior level.

"We want to finish as high in the team standings as possible in Bydgoszcz and we look forward to seeing what our athletes can deliver."