FINA SC World Champs begins in 10 days. While some people are still sleeping off their Olympics hangover, we are looking forward to the continued youth movement. A quick look at the American roster and you’ll see how young the team is.

You’ll find it chuck full of youngsters chomping at the bit to make their own name. After the Olympics, we tend to see eye popping times due to a lengthy focus on LCM. Look no further than the 2016 College Challenge

Ali DeLoof, 100 Back, 50.59 
Mallory Comerford, 100 Free, 47.36
Kelsi Worrell, 100 Fly, 50.46
Tom Shields, 100 Fly, 45.00
Lilly King, 100 Breast, 57.30
Michael Andrew, 100 Breast, 51.90

America isn’t the only country bringing in the young guns. You’ll notice every roster this way. This, to me, makes SC World Champs very exciting. The future of swimming will be in Windsor, Ontario.

Thankfully, America focuses our development on short course and touching the wall first. Not to mention the entire coaching staff is made up of elite college coaches. Team USA is in good hands.

Women’s Roster:

Marta Ciesla
Mallory Comerford
Madisyn Cox
Ali DeLoof
Katie Drabot
Ella Eastin
Sarah Gibson
Molly Hannis
Madison Kennedy
Lilly King
Katrina Konopka
Hellen Moffitt
Clara Smiddy
Leah Smith
Ashley Twichell
Amanda Weir
Kelsi Worrell

Head Coach: Arthur Albiero (Lousiville)
Assistant Coaches: Rick Bishop (Michigan), Carol Capitani (Texas), and Tanica Jamison (Texas A&M)

Men’s Roster:

Michael Andrew
Michael Chadwick
Pace Clark
Abrahm DeVine
Nic Fink
Zane Grothe
Matt Josa
Reed Malone
Cody Miller
Jacob Pebley
Blake Pieroni
Paul Powers
Josh Prenot
PJ Ransford
Tom Shields
True Sweetser
Michael Taylor
Dillon Virva

Head Coach: Yuri Suguiyama (California)
Assistant Coaches: Mark Gangloff (Missouri), Brian Smith (Georgia), and Mike Westphal (Indiana)