Summarizing the Announced Participants for the 2013 Duel in the Pool Through October 12th

It’s still about three weeks before USA Swimming and the European All-Stars’ deadlines to officially announce their full rosters of 20 men and 20 women for the 2013 Duel in the Pool in Glasgow, Scotland, but many swimmers have already confirmed their participation in this year’s meet.

With so many names coming in so sporadically, below we’ve collected all of the names who have confirmed their participation to us, either through press releases, public announcements, or personal notes. As more names come out, we will attempt to keep a running list at the bottom of each article so that we may all see how the teams stack up against one another.

Keep up to date on all of the news for this year’s Duel in the Pool, which will be held on December 20th and 21st, on our official Duel in the Pool channel.

Know of any other? Use this link to submit the names, or leave them in the comments below.

To read about this year’s meet, click here.

Team USA – Confirmed as of October 12th

Conor Dwyer – NBAC
Nic Fink – Georgia
Chase Kalisz – Georgia/NBAC
Cody Miller – Indiana
Shane Ryan – Penn State

Cammile Adams – Texas A&M
Claire Donahue – W. Kentucky
Meghan Hawthorne – USC
Breeja Larson – Texas A&M
Sarah Henry – Texas A&M
Kendyl Stewart – USC
Chloe Sutton – [iX3]sports

Team Europe – Confirmed as of October 12th

Yannick Agnel – France (trains in U.S. at NBAC)
Jeremy Stravius – France
Velimir Stjepanovic – Serbia (trains in Dubai)
James Guy – Great Britain
Michael Jamieson – Great Britain
Pal Joensen – Faroe Islands/Denmark
Yannick Lebherz – Germany

Charlotte Bonnet – France
Fiona Doyle – Ireland (trains in Canada)
Jeanette Ottesen – Denmark
Lotte Friis – Denmark
Fran Halsall – Great Britain

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Joel Lin

Why would there be waiting on US athletes being invited or making a commit…is there a funding or subsidy issue or game theory over funds for the athletes? It just seems very odd there would be a gestation period of months for a roster to dribble in piece by piece. Is this an event national team members would really say no to?

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Lotte Friis also trains at NBAC.

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