Swimming Roster Index For the Tokyo Summer Olympics

Around the world, nations are setting and finalizing their rosters for the Tokyo Summer Olympics. We’re keeping track of every roster we can find in this handy index.

We’ll continue updating this index throughout the spring and summer, 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. If you have a link to an official roster not linked below, let us know in the comments and we’ll start verifying and adding those rosters to the index.

Below, we’ve listed every member federation of FINA, the international governing body for swimming. Not all of these nations will necessarily be represented in the Olympics, but it gives us a solid starting point for our world-level index. We’ve organized countries by their FINA continental association, and within each continent, the nations are listed alphabetically.

The Tokyo Olympics are still known as the 2020 Summer Olympics and still retain that branding, though they’ll actually be happening in 2021 after a one-year delay amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Click on any nation for a link to its Olympic roster. We’ll make notes where we can about rosters that are in flux or not yet finalized.

2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics (In 2021) International Swimming Rosters

Africa Americas Asia Europe Oceania
Algeria Anguilla Afghanistan Albania American Samoa
Angola Antigua and Barbuda Bahrain Andorra Australia
Benin Argentina Bangladesh Armenia Cook Islands
Botswana Aruba Bhutan Austria Federated States of Micronesia
Burkina Faso Bahamas Brunei Azerbaijan Fiji
Burundi Barbados Cambodia Belarus Guam
Cameroon Belize China Belgium Marshall Islands
Cape Verde Bermuda Chinese Taipei Bosnia and Herzegovina New Zealand
Central African Republic Bolivia Hong Kong Bulgaria Northern Mariana Islands
Chad Brazil (in progress) India Croatia Palau
Comoros British Virgin Islands Indonesia Cyprus Papua New Guinea
Congo Canada Iraq Czech Republic Samoa
Côte d’Ivoire Cayman Islands Islamic Republic of Iran Denmark Solomon Islands
Djibouti Chile Japan Estonia Tonga
DR Congo Colombia Jordan Faroe Islands Vanuatu
Egypt Costa Rica Kazakhstan Finland
Equatorial Guinea Cuba Kuwait France
Eritrea Curaçao Kyrgyzstan Georgia
Ethiopia Dominica Laos Germany
Gabon Dominican Republic Lebanon Gibraltar
Gambia Ecuador Macau Great Britain
Ghana El Salvador Malaysia Greece
Guinea Grenada Maldives Hungary
Guinea-Bissau Guatemala Mongolia Iceland
Kenya Guyana Myanmar Ireland
Lesotho Haiti Nepal Israel
Liberia Honduras North Korea Italy
Libya Jamaica Oman Kosovo
Madagascar Mexico Pakistan Latvia
Malawi Nicaragua Palestine Liechtenstein
Mali Panama Philippines Lithuania
Mauritania Paraguay Qatar Luxembourg
Mauritius Peru Saudi Arabia Malta
Morocco Puerto Rico Singapore Moldova
Mozambique Saint Kitts and Nevis South Korea Monaco
Namibia Saint Lucia Sri Lanka Montenegro
Niger Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Syrian Arab Republic Netherlands
Nigeria Sint Maarten Tajikistan North Macedonia
Rwanda Suriname Thailand Norway
Senegal Trinidad and Tobago Timor-Leste Poland
Seychelles Turks and Caicos Islands Turkmenistan Portugal
Sierra Leone Uruguay United Arab Emirates Romania
Somalia USA Uzbekistan Russia
South Africa Venezuela Vietnam San Marino
Sudan Virgin Islands Yemen Serbia
Swaziland Slovakia
Togo Slovenia
Tunisia Spain
Uganda Sweden
United Republic of Tanzania Switzerland
Zambia Turkey
Zimbabwe Ukraine

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MIKE IN DALLAS
4 months ago

What a great idea!
Quick reference guide to all the athletes in swimming – BRAVI!

Khachaturian
4 months ago

We have waited for so long……. just a few more months!

Troyy
Reply to  Khachaturian
4 months ago

It’s been 84 years …

Admin
Reply to  Troyy
4 months ago

And that was just April.

Breaking Bad News
Reply to  Khachaturian
4 months ago
usvinumber1fan
4 months ago

that’s my gorl

RUN-DMC
4 months ago

Uzbekistan should be moved to a separate list at the bottom, under the heading “Putative Swimming Rosters.”

Toms
2 months ago

Latvia has already announced that Ieva Maluka 100/200free and Daniils Bobrovs 200m breaststroke will represent the Latvia At Tokyo.

Lior
2 months ago

Israel Swimming Association published the current approved Olympic roster with 12 swimmers (including for the first time one open water ) the largest team ever. Still waiting for potential FINA invitations. Current Team includes 2 relay teams. Three times Olympian Yakov Toumarkin (London 2012 finalist) is rumoured to be the flag holder in the opening ceremony.

Curious Aussie
2 months ago

What about Australia cant see it on the list??

Admin
Reply to  Curious Aussie
2 months ago

They’re up there. Look under the “Oceania” column.

Tomix
2 months ago

Latvia sends Men’s 200m breaststroker Daniils Bobrovs and Women’s 100 & 200 freestyle Ieva Maluka.

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