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USA Diving team at the 2023 World Aquatics Championships


U.S. Divers Set for World Aquatics Championships with Olympic Qualifying at Stake

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Eighteen divers are set to represent the U.S. at the World Aquatics Championships in Fukuoka, Japan, from July 14-22.

The competition will mark the first opportunity for countries to earn quota spots for next year’s Olympic Games in Paris.

The U.S. roster for diving includes eight Olympians, including Tokyo medalists and team captains Andrew Capobianco and Jessica Parratto. The team also includes Tokyo medalists Krysta Palmer and Delaney Schnell and Olympians Kassidy Cook, Tyler Downs, Hailey Hernandez and Brandon Loschiavo.

Two-time World Championships medalist Sarah Bacon returns to the World Championships for the third time, while Greg Duncan, Max Flory and Jordan Rzepka have also been to the World Championships.Making their World Championships debut will be Nike Agunbiade, Kaylee Bishop, Joslyn Oakley, Jack Ryan, Max Weinrich and Lyle Yost.

“As veterans of this team, I hope we can help guide some of the younger divers as they navigate being on the world stage for the first time. It’s always a privilege to be a part of Team USA, and I’m excited to take on World Championships with this incredible group of athletes."
Jessica Parratto
“I’m looking forward to sharing my experience with some of our newer athletes and continuing to learn from those around me. We have a great group here representing Team USA and the energy in and out of the pool has been awesome. We are excited to continue that as we head into competition.”
Andrew Capobianco