USA Swimming Announces Captains: Dressel, Manuel, Murphy, Schmitt


USA Swimming has announced its national team captains for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. Caeleb Dressel, Simone Manuel, Ryan Murphy and Allison Schmitt were selected as the team captains.

The announcement was made on social media in a video that used card tricks to show the captains.

All four captains are two-time Olympians with the exception of Schmitt, who made the team for the fourth time. All four have won gold medals.

 

The squad that will represent the United States at the Olympic Games in Tokyo is currently taking part in training camp in Hawaii. Here is a reminder of who will swim which individual events when the Games get underway later this month.

Men’s Team

  1. Michael Andrew – 100 breast, 200 IM, 50 free
  2. Zach Apple – 100, 4×200 free
  3. Hunter Armstrong – 100 back
  4. Bowe Becker – 4×100 free
  5. Gunnar Bentz – 200 fly
  6. Michael Brinegar – 800, 1500 free
  7. Patrick Callan – 4×200 free
  8. Brooks Curry – 4×100 free
  9. Caeleb Dressel – 50, 100 free, 100 fly
  10. Nic Fink – 200 breast
  11. Bobby Finke – 800, 1500 free
  12. Townley Haas – 200 free
  13. Zach Harting – 200 fly
  14. Chase Kalisz – 200, 400 IM
  15. Drew Kibler – 4×200 free
  16. Jay Litherland – 400 IM
  17. Bryce Mefford – 200 back
  18. Jake Mitchell – 400 free
  19. Ryan Murphy – 100, 200 back
  20. Blake Pieroni – 4×100 free
  21. Andrew Seliskar – 4×200 free
  22. Tom Shields – 100 fly
  23. Kieran Smith – 200, 400 free
  24. Jordan Wilimovsky – 10K
  25. Andrew Wilson – 100, 200 breast

Women’s Team

  1. Haley Anderson – 10K
  2. Phoebe Bacon – 200 back
  3. Erika Brown – 100 free
  4. Claire Curzan – 100 fly
  5. Catie DeLoof – 4×100 free
  6. Kate Douglass – 200 IM
  7. Hali Flickinger – 400 IM, 200 fly
  8. Brooke Forde – 4×200 free
  9. Katie Grimes – 800 free
  10. Natalie Hinds – 4×100 free
  11. Torri Huske – 100 fly
  12. Lydia Jacoby – 100 breast
  13. Lilly King – 100, 200 breast
  14. Annie Lazor – 200 breast
  15. Katie Ledecky – 200, 400, 800, 1500 free
  16. Paige Madden – 400, 4×200 free
  17. Simone Manuel – 50 free
  18. Katie McLaughlin – 4×200 free
  19. Allison Schmitt – 200, 4×100 free
  20. Bella Sims – 4×200 free
  21. Regan Smith – 100 back, 200 fly
  22. Olivia Smoliga – 4×100 free
  23. Erica Sullivan – 1500 free
  24. Ashley Twichell – 10K
  25. Alex Walsh – 200 IM
  26. Abbey Weitzeil – 50, 100 free
  27. Emma Weyant – 400 IM
  28. Rhyan White – 100, 200 back

USA Swimming Coaching Staff:

  • Dave Durden (head men’s coach)
  • Greg Meehan (head women’s coach)
  • Peter Andrew
  • Jack Bauerle
  • Bob Bowman
  • Todd DeSorbo
  • Catherine Kase
  • Ray Looze
  • Teri McKeever
  • Anthony Nesty
  • Gregg Troy





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