The roster will be led by Danas Rapsys, who won the 200 and 400 free at last weekend’s FINA Champions Series.
Danas Rapšys leads the 8-strong Lithuanian roster just announced for this summer’s World Championships in Gwangju, Korea.
The 2019 ATUS Graz Trophy kicks off on Friday in Graz, Austria, where the nation’s swimmers will have one last chance to qualify for the World Championships this summer.
The big players for Lithuania, such as Danas Rapsys and Ruta Meilutyte have already qualified for the 2019 World Championships, but several other contenders need to hit qualifying marks at the Lithuanian Championships that kick-off on Thursday.
David Verraszto notched the 2nd-fastest 400 IM of the season so far on Day 1 in Nice.
Adam Peaty will look to defend his 50 and 100 breast crowns at the 2018 European Championships in Glasgow.
Charlotte Bonnet is keeping her stellar season streak going with a 50m-100m-200m trifecta in Chartres.
Luca Dotto, the 2011 Worlds silver medalist in the 50 free, topped his newest countrymate and domestsic competitor, Santo Condorelli.
Santo Condorelli swam his first races as he begins his transition to Italian sporting citizenship.
Sjöström took the 50 free and 100 fly in Bergen.
That’s just off her season best of 52.77, done just last week at the Stockholm Open.
Florian Wellbrock broke his second German National Record of the meet in the men’s 800 freestyle.
Danas Rapsys moved to #1 in the world with his 1:45.12 in the men’s 200 free.
Jérémy Stravius of Amiens won the 100 fly (53.04) and the 50 free (22.87) on the third and final day of competition in Sarcelles.
Marco Koch of Germany won a largely uncontested 200 breast.