A squad of 22 - including 13 Paralympians - has been unveiled to represent the United States at this year’s World Para Swimming Championships in Mexico City.
The event is scheduled to take place between September 30 and October 6 in the Mexican capital.
US Paralympics have confirmed the team who will represent them there, with 12 women and 10 men selected.
Among them is MacKenzie Coan, who claimed three gold medals and a silver at the Rio 2016 Paralympics.
Joining her in Mexico City will be Becca Meyers, who brought home the exact same tally of medals from last year’s Games, and Jessica Long, who earned six medals at the competition including one gold.
Members of the men’s team include Tharon Drake, who picked up two silvers in Rio, along with Paralympic bronze medallists Robert Griswold and Tucker Dupree.
“We’re very excited about the 22 athletes who will represent Team USA at the World Championships,” said Queenie Nichols, high performance director for US Paralympics Swimming.
“We’re thrilled about the up-and-coming talent on the team, as well as the veteran athletes who have proven their ability, who will certainly have incredible swims in Mexico City.”
To see the full squad, click here.