Emma Twigg has been confirmed as the last member of the New Zealand rowing team for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
The 2014 world champion will represent New Zealand in the women's single sculls after winning the "last chance" Olympic qualification regatta in Lucerne, Switzerland.
With the 29-year-old from Hawke's Bay now confirmed in the team, a total of ten New Zealand boats are set to take to the start line on Rodrigo de Freitas Lake in Rio de Janeiro.
After a year off from international competition Twigg missed out on qualification at last year's world championships, where the first nine New Zealand boats secured their spot, and was forced to contest the last-chance regatta in Switzerland to gain her seat in Rio.
For Twigg, Rio 2016 will be her third Olympic Games having attended the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games where she finished ninth and the 2012 London Olympic Games where she finished fourth.