2017 U.S. World Trials: Day 1 Roster Update

2017 U.S. NATIONALS/WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS TRIALS

 

With the first day of the 2017 USA Nationals/World Championships Trials meet in the books, we can take an initial look at how the men’s and women’s rosters for next month’s World Championships are beginning to look.  You can get a full refresher on the selection process here, and we’ll try to talk you through the process as we show you the roster.

Through the first day, we have six men and six women guaranteed roster spots, with another three women and four men whose spots are tentative until there are enough “double” to make sure no more than 26 swimmers qualify for each gender.

Women’s Roster

Priority 1 (guaranteed roster spots)
Hali Flickinger — 200 fly
Mallory Comerford — 100 free, 4×100 free relay
Simone Manuel — 100 free, 4×100 free relay
Lia Neal — 4×100 free relay
Kelsi Worrell — 4×100 free relay
Katie Ledecky — 800 free, 4×100 free relay

Priority 2 (tentative roster spots, 2nd place finishers in Olympic events)
Dakota Luther — 200 fly
Leah Smith — 800 free

Priority 4 (tentative roster spots, 5th place finisher in 100 or 200 free)
Olivia Smoligia

Men’s Roster

Priority 1 (guaranteed roster spots)
Jack Conger — 200 fly
Nathan Adrian — 100 free, 4×100 free relay
Caeleb Dressel— 100 free, 4×100 free relay
Townley Haas — 4×100 free relay
Zach Apple — 4×100 free relay
True Sweetser — 1500 free

Priority 2 (tentative roster spots, 2nd place finishers in Olympic events)
Pace Clark— 200 fly
Robert Finke — 1500 free

Priority 5 (tentative roster spots, 5th place finisher in 100 or 200 free)
Michael Chadwick — 4×100 free relay

Priority 6 (tentative roster spots, 6th place finisher in 100 or 200 free)
Blake Pieroni — 4×100 free relay

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Go Blue

Is Robert Finke related to summer and autumn Finke?

He is. Younger brother.

Go Blue

Impressive

Damiansport1

Good day 1. Happy with results

swimmer

After World Trials, you should do an article comparing this meet to last years Olympic trials. (differences in roster, times, etc.)

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