ESTONIA it is!

Seren Bundy-Davies has been named by British Athletics in a 35-strong Great Britain & Northern Ireland team for the European Athletics Under 23 Championships in Tallinn.

Her sights had been set on 400m glory in Estonia (July 9-12) but having also made the grade for the World Championships in Beijing thanks to her win in Belgium on Saturday she had to make a choice.

"It's been a tough decision to make, but I'm sticking to my original plan of u23 Europeans," said Bundy-Davies on Twitter.

"Excited for my first junior international!"

The former Wilmslow High School student joins a squad that also includes Commonwealth Games long jump silver medallist Jazmin Sawyers (coach: Alan Lerwill), Europe’s number one ranked U23 hammer thrower Nick Miller (John Baumann) and the in form Rhianwedd Price (Houston Franks).

The women’s 400m will provide GB & NI with an excellent chance of topping the podium, both in the individual and relay events.

Bundy-Davies (Stephen Ball) and Kirsten McAslan (Trevor Painter) hold very good chances of podium finishes in the individual event.

Bundy-Davies is a strong favourite for the gold medal after jumping straight to the top of the European U23 rankings while winning in Nivelles at the weekend, lowering her personal best to 51.72secs in her first outdoor 400m race of the summer.

Both are included in a very strong 4x400m women’s relay team, which will also be fancied to finish on the top of the podium and includes Zoey Clarke (Eddie McKenna), Victoria Ohuruogu (Chris Zah), Amy Allcock and Jessica Turner (both Nick Dakin).

U23 Team Leader Alison Wyeth said “British Athletics is in the fortunate position that several of the Under 23 athletes are focusing on the World Championships in Beijing this summer as part of the senior team, and were therefore unavailable for selection. Despite this the team is still a very strong line up, with each athlete selected because of their potential to medal, or achieve at least a top five placing in Tallin.”