Diving Preview
Fresh off the FINA World Championships from July 12-28 in South Korea, eight divers will head to Lima, Peru, with the aim of qualifying for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.

Divers who win an individual Olympic event at the Pan American Games will secure a quota spot for their countries, provided those divers or their federations did not already secure quota spots at the world championships in July. The U.S. will field a strong Pan American Games team that includes three Olympians as Team USA looks to pick up its qualifying spots in Peru, if necessary.

The U.S. Pan American roster includes 2016 Olympic silver medalists Michael Hixon and Steele Johnson, along with 2016 Olympian Amy Cozad Magaña. 

Magaña will be making her second Pan American Games appearance, having represented the U.S. at the 2011 Games in Guadalajara, Mexico, as well. Delaney Schnell also will be making her second Pan American appearance after competing at the 2015 Games in Toronto.

The team also includes Sarah Bacon, Ben Bramley, Andrew Capobianco and Brooke Schultz.

Magaña and Schnell will represent the U.S. in individual 10-meter competition at both the world championships and Pan American Games, and Schultz and Bacon will dive in the individual 3-meter event at both meets. 

Johnson and Bramley will compete synchronized 10-meter at the world championships and then will also dive individually on 10-meter at the Pan American Games. 
Hixon will dive both individual 3-meter and synchronized 3-meter with Capobianco at the world championships. Capobianco will add the individual event to his schedule at the Pan American Games.