Initial Entry Lists For World Junior Championships Now Posted


The long-awaited entry list for the 2019 FINA World Junior Swimming Championships has been posted on Omega Timing site, which means we now get a glimpse into the mega talent headed to Budapest for actions starting Tuesday.

Although specific events can still change when the actual start lists get published, hopefully by Monday, we are already forming a picture as to the key swimmers’ schedules for this highly-anticipated international event.

We’ll be previewing the top swimmers to watch across both the male and female categories, but here are a few of the notable athletes per nation to get you started.

Australia – Thomas Hauck, Thomas Neill, Mollie O’Callaghan, Lani Pallister, Michaela Ryan

Austria – Lena Grabowski

Belarus – Anastasiya Shkurdai

Canada – Finley Knox

China – Qian Xinan, Hong Jinquan, Li Huajun

Croatia – Franko Grgic

France – Leon Marchand, Oceane Carnez

Great Britain – William Bell, Kyle Booth, Charlie Brown, Michaella Glenister, Archie Goodburn, Honey Osrin, Kayle van der Merwe

Germany – Luca Armbruster, Lena Riedemann

Greece – Apostolos Papastamos

Hungary – Blanka Berecz, Hubert Kos, Gabor Zombori

Ireland – Eoin Corby

Israel – Anastasia Gorbenko

Italy – Federico Burdisso, Thomas Ceccon, Constanza Cocconcelli, Erika Francesca Gaetani, Benedetta Pilato

Japan – Nagiso Imemoto, Miyu Namba, Shoma Sato

New Zealand – Erika Fairweather, Luan Grobbelaar, Michael Pickett

Poland – Zuzanna Herasimowicz, Aleksandra Knop, Filip Orlicz

South Africa – Dune Coetzee, Rebecca Meder

Russia – Evgenia Chikunova, Ilia Borodin, Aleksandr Egorov, Vladislav Gerasimenko, Andrei Minakov, Aleksandra Sabitova, Daria Vaskina

Singapore – Glenn Lim, Mitchell Ang, Jonathan Tan, Zachary Tan

Sweden – Robin Hanson

USA – Adam Chaney, Annabel Crush, Clair Curzan, Carson Foster, Isabel Gormley, Lillie Nordmann, Chase Travis, Claire Tuggle, Luca Orlando, Gretchen Walsh

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1 year ago

Ah the infamous Luca Orlando

1 year ago

Burdisso vs Urlando in that 200 fly should be a juicy battle. Both are miles ahead of any other juniors in that race.

Reply to  Bigswimdog
1 year ago

I feel like that’s going to be a solid NCAA matchup too in 2 years… Northwestern might finally be fun to watch again.

Steve Nolan
1 year ago

“Germany – Luca Armbruster”

Skimming the list I 100% thought that said, “Armbuster.”

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After 16 years at a Fortune 1000 financial company, long-time swimmer Retta Race decided to change lanes and pursue her sporting passion. She currently is Coach for the Northern KY Swordfish Masters, a team she started up in December 2013, while also offering private coaching. Retta is also an MBA …

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