COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – USA Swimming, the National Governing Body of the sport of swimming in the United States, today announced its 2023-24 U.S. National Team presented by Toyota.
The roster is comprised of 94 athletes. Kate Douglass (Pelham, N.Y./New York Athletic Club) qualified in six events, while Katie Ledecky (Bethesda, Md./Gator Swim Club) and Regan Smith (Lakevile,Minn./Sun Devil Swimming) each have five. Seven other athletes qualified in four events.
“The 2023-24 National Team roster truly showcases the depth of American swimming,” USA Swimming National Team Managing Director Lindsay Mintenko said. “A young group of emerging swimmers will learn from veteran leaders as the athletes prepare for the U.S. Olympic Team Trials-Swimming and the Olympic Games next summer.”
With an average age of only 21.7 years, the roster is highlighted by 27 athletes making their debut roster appearance on the USA Swimming National Team:
Additional facts about the 2023-24 U.S. National Team:
• 45 USA Swimming clubs represented
• 22 states represented
• 12 current American Record holders (LCM)
• 6 current World Record holders (LCM)
The U.S. National Team is comprised of the six (6) athletes with the fastest times in each Individual Olympic Event, from the combined results of a USA Swimming sanctioned competition, an AQUA approved competition, or an international competition between January 1, 2023 through September 9, 2023 to which USA Swimming sent a team. The full pool selection criteria document can be found here.
The open water athletes on the roster were named in May 2023, and will be active through May 1, 2024. The 2023 Open Water National Team Selection can be found here.
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