The second set of United States Olympic and Paralympic rowing trials have begun in New Jersey today, with time trials held in three events.
Maggie Fellows and Cicely Madden posted the fastest time in the women's double sculls, 7:03.50, in West Windsor.
Madden appeared at the 2019 World Championships in the discipline, albeit with a different partner, and came fifth.
In the men's quadruple sculls, Charles Anderson, Justin Keen, Eliot Putnam and Sorin Koszyk recorded the best time - 5:58.29 - and were more than a second clear of their nearest rivals.
Heats for both the men's quadruple sculls and women's double sculls are scheduled to take place tomorrow.
In the PR2 mixed double sculls time trial, Russell Gernaat and Laura Goodkind were more than two minutes faster than the competition.
Their final is scheduled to take place on Thursday (April 16), and will offer a place at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
A Paralympic berth in each the PR1 men's single sculls and PR1 women's single sculls is also on offer at the trials, as well as an Olympic women's double sculls spot.
Winners of the men's pair and men's quadruple sculls contests will earn the right to compete at a global qualification regatta next month.