Around the world, nations are setting and finalizing their rosters for the 2022 FINA Short Course World Championships now that we’re in the final stretch of qualification. We’re keeping track of every roster we can find in this handy index.
We’ll continue updating this index throughout the next coming weeks, adding in rosters as they are set and/or finalized. We’ll do our best to keep up with additional qualifiers and to add in rosters as they become available.
Below, we’ve listed all of the nations that have won medals at the last two editions of the Short Course World Championships, which will serve as a starting point for our world-level index.
As a reminder, both Russia and Belarus are excluded from the 2022 FINA Short Course World Championships, which you can read more bout here.
|Australia (AUS)||China (CHI)||Ireland (IRL)||Netherlands (NED)||Trinidad & Tobago (TTO)|
|Austria (AUT)||France (FRA)||Israel (ISR)||Norway (NOR)||United States (USA)|
|Belgium (BEL)||Great Britain (GBR)||Italy (ITA)||Poland (POL)|
|Bosnia & Herzegovina (BIH)||Germany (GER)||Jamaica (JAM)||South Korea (KOR)|
|Brazil (BRA)||Hong Kong (HKG)||Japan (JPN)||Romania (ROU)|
|Canada (CAN)||Hungary (HUN)||Lithuania (LTU)||Switzerland (SUI)|