Cape Town - The South African team left for has arrived in London in their quest for glory at the IAAF Athletics World Championships, according to the SASCOC website.
The championships get under way on Friday, August 4 and continue until Sunday, August 13.
At the last IAAF World Championships in Beijing two years ago, the SA team won three medals - 400m gold by Wayde van Niekerk and two bronze medals by Anaso Jobodwana (200m) and Sunette Viljoen (bronze).
A 27-strong team will do duty in London.
SA team for the IAAF World Championships in London from August 4-13:
Akani Simbine, Thando Roto
Akani Simbine, Wayde van Niekerk, Clarence Munyai
Wayde van Niekerk, Pieter Conradie
April Lusapho, Sibusiso Nzima, Desmond Mokgobu
Luvo Manyonga, Ruswahl Samaai, Zarck Visser
Oratio Cremona, Jaco Engelbrecht
Rocco van Rooyen
Caster Semenya, Gena Lofstrand
Mapaseka Makhanya, Jenna Challenor
Justine Palframan, Gena Lofstrand, Ariane Nel, Zoe Engler, Caster Semenya, Wenda Nel