US Paralympics have announced the 48 athletes selected to compete on this year's national swimming team.
The squad for the upcoming season features 35 women and 13 men.
A total of 21 Paralympians, who have won 62 Paralympic medals between them, have been included.
The 48 athletes have been divided into four categories: elite A team, A team, B team and C team.
Qualification for each subdivision was based off 2018 times, with members of each category entitled to certain benefits such as funding, health insurance, transportation, meals and access to the United States Olympic Committee athlete career and education programme.
Leading the elite squad is 13-time Paralympic champion Jessica Long, who is currently world champion in eight events.
Six-time Paralympic medalist Rebecca Meyers and four-time Paralympic medallist McKenzie Coan have also been named on the elite team.
Julia Gaffney, Leanne Smith and Robert Griswold, the current world champion in the 100-metre backstroke and Paralympic bronze medalist, complete the elite squad.
Athletes will represent the US in the World Para Swimming World Series circuit, beginning in Melbourne from February 15 to 17.
This year also features the World Para Swimming Championships, scheduled to be held in Kuching in Malaysia from July 29 to August 4.
The competition is currently surrounded by controversy after Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad claimed there is "no place for Israeli athletes" in his country.
Israeli athletes have not yet received assurances that they will be able to compete.