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Cardiff Blues back Halfpenny was the star of the RBS Six Nations for Wales, scoring 74 points in total.
The 20-year-old has been rewarded for his stellar form over the past 12 months with a place on the plane to Australia.
The Irishman is set for his second Lions tour, having been part of the 2009 squad.
A shock call-up to the tour, Williams was handed his chance to provide cover for one game only.
The winger must have thought his Lions chance had gone when Simon Zebo was called up as a replacement ahead of him.
Bowe was one of the standout performers during the 2009 Lions tour to South Africa.
The highly-rated winger has been added to the Lions squad as cover after compatriot Tommy Bowe suffered a hand injury.
Wales winger Cuthbert virtually sealed his place in the Lions squad with a match-winning performance against England.
The winger becomes the latest New Zealand-born player to represent the Lions.
The Wales winger may have just turned 21 but he has already written himself into the record books several times.
The tough-tackling England centre was another player who was unlucky not to make the original touring party.
The versatile England international joins up as cover for the Lions due to injuries in the backs division.
The Scarlets centre has been a key cog in Wales' success in recent years.
The 'daddy' of the 2013 squad, O'Driscoll will be appearing on his fourth Lions tour.
Roberts will be looking to recapture his form from the 2009 tour, when he was named the Lions Player of the Series.
Had an appeal against his deportation failed, the story could have been so different for the youngest Tuilagi.
The England fly-half and defence coach Andy Farrell will become the first father-and-son to tour with the Lions.
Another player who has recovered from injury to take his place on the plane to Australia.
Just three years ago Murray was preparing to play for Garryowen, now the combative No 9 is in line to tackle Australia.
The Wales scrum-half will be looking to end his disappointing run against the Wallabies.
The 23-year-old England scrum-half has already been on winning sides against Australia twice during his 33-cap career.
The Saints-bound prop was preparing for England's Test series in Argentina when he got the call to join the Lions squad.
The Scotland prop was perhaps a surprise omission from the original touring party after a stellar Six Nations campaign.
The Leicester prop has established himself as the key man in the England pack over the course of the past three years.
His Six Nations may have been ruined by suspension, however there was little doubt that Healy would tour with the Lions.
The veteran prop joins an elite band of Welshmen to take part in three Lions tours having played in 2005 and 2009.
The 32-year-old proved himself to be one of the world's leading tighthead props during the 2009 tour to the Lions.
A shock inclusion in the tour party, Stevens had retired from international rugby in 2012.
The England and Saracens prop joins his cousin Toby Faletau in the squad after an outstanding 12 months.
Ireland hooker Best was a late addition to the squad following Dylan Hartley's suspension.
The Wales hooker is one of the players who gatecrashed the touring squad after a superb Six Nations.
The older of the two Youngs brothers, the Leicester hooker has enjoyed an unconventional route to the Lions.
The Ospreys lock played his way into the Lions squad after a stellar Six Nations campaign.
It is easy to forget that the Scotland lock is just 23 years old such has been his impact.
The 27-year-old returns to Lions action four years after forming an impressive partnership with Paul O'Connell.
The Munsterman will look to extend his run of six successive Tests when the Lions arrive in Australia.
The England lock is one of five players from the Leicester Tigers that will be touring with the Lions.
Croft's inclusion in the Lions touring party caps an amazing comeback for the England flanker.
Faletau is from an impressive rugby background - with his dad, uncle and cousins all making names for themselves.
The Ireland captain was one of five players who played every minute of the three Tests in South Africa in 2009.
There was a worry Lydiate could miss the Lions tour after ankle and hamstring injuries left him sidelined.
The highly-talented O'Brien can play across the back-row but he has made the Ireland No 7 shirt his own in recent times.
The Ospreys flanker has enjoyed a battle with Wales captain Sam Warburton for the No 7 jersey since his debut in 2011.
Warburton becomes the first Welshman since Phil Bennett in 1977 to skipper the Lions - and only the fourth-ever.