U.S. swim team qualifiers for 2019 World Championships

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U.S. pool qualifiers for the 2019 World Swimming Championships in Gwangju, South Korea in July. Swimmers qualified via best times from finals between 2018 Nationals and the Pan Pacific Championships, but the official roster has not been named yet … 

Women
Kathleen Baker — 100 back, 200 back, 200 IM
Mallory Comerford — 100 free
Kelsi Dahlia — 50 fly, 100 fly
Gabby DeLoof — 4×200 free
Katie Drabot — 200 fly
Hali Flickinger — 200 fly
Brooke Forde — 400 IM
Margo Geer — 4×100 free
Lilly King — 50 breast, 100 breast, 200 breast
Katie Ledecky — 200 free, 400 free, 800 free, 1500 free
Simone Manuel — 50 free, 100 free, 4×200 free
Melanie Margalis — 200 IM, 4×200 free
Ally McHugh — 400 IM
Katie McLaughlin — 100 fly
Katie Meili — 100 breast (declined spot to focus on law school)
Lia Neal — 4×100 free
Allison Schmitt — 200 free
Leah Smith — 400 free, 800 free, 4×200 free
Regan Smith — 200 back
Olivia Smoliga — 50 back, 100 back
Micah Sumrall — 100 breast, 200 breast
Ashley Twichell — 1500 free
Abbey Weitzeil — 50 free, 4×100 free

Men
Michael Andrew — 50 free, 50 breast, 100 breast, 50 fly
Nathan Adrian — 4×100 free
Zach Apple — 4×100 free, 4×200 free
Michael Chadwick — 4×100 free
Jack Conger — 100 fly
Abrahm Devine — 200 IM
Caeleb Dressel — 50 free, 100 free, 100 fly
Conor Dwyer — 4×200 free (no longer on the roster as of May 2019)
Matt Grevers — 100 back
Zane Grothe — 400 free, 800 free, 1500 free
Townley Haas — 200 free
Zach Harting — 200 fly
Chase Kalisz — 200 IM, 400 IM
Jack Levant — 4×200 free
Jay Litherland — 400 IM
Ryan Murphy — 50 back, 100 back, 200 back
Jacob Pebley — 200 back
Blake Pieroni — 100 free, 4×200 free
Josh Prenot — 200 breast
Andrew Seliskar — 200 free
Grant Shoults — 400 free
Jordan Wilimovsky — 800 free, 1500 free
Andrew Wilson — 100 breast, 200 breast
Justin Wright — 200 fly

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