The competition runs June 15-23 at Ota City General Gymnasium in Tokyo.
Representing Team USA are:
|CJ Cummings||69kg||Beaufort, SC|
|Dylan Cooper||105kg||Clemmons, NC|
|Ryan Sennett||+105kg||Rochester Hills, MI|
|Jacob Horst||62kg||Reading, PA|
|Jordan Wissinger||69kg||Denver, PA|
|Mason Groehler||77kg||Denmark, WI|
|Michael Cohen||105kg||Savannah, GA|
|Josh Piasecki||85kg||St. Cloud, FL|
|Zackary Burks||105kg||Savannah, MO|
|Dale Loch||77kg||Blandon, PA|
|Maddy Myers||63kg||San Diego, CA|
|Megan Seegert||48kg||Durham, CA|
|Jourdan Delacruz||53kg||Wylie, TX|
|Hayley Reichardt||48kg||Leesport, PA|
|Jessie Bradley||75kg||Provo, UT|
|Juliana Riotto||75kg||Fairfield, NJ|
|Sha'la McMillan||+90kg||Palmetto, FL|
|Meredith Alwine||69kg||Virginia Beach, VA|
|Kaitlyn Jarrett||+90kg||Palo Cedro, CA|
|Rebecca Walker||90kg||Apache Junction, AZ|
Defending Junior World Champion CJ Cummings (69kg, Beaufort, SC Team Savannah) could attempt more World Records in Tokyo. Cummings set a new Youth World Record in Clean & Jerk with a 185kg lift during the Youth World Championships in April in Bangkok. Cummings became the first IWF World Champion in decades when he won the 2016 Junior World Championships in Tbilisi, Georgia last June.
"We're looking for another strong showing from Team USA in Tokyo," USA Weightlifting CEO Phil Andrews said.
Live stream information will be posted to USAWeightlifting.org as soon as its available.
A preliminary schedule is included in the event's Regulations which are available here.
Final lifting times will be available after the Verification of Final Entries meeting on Wednesday, June 14th.
Stay tuned to USAWeightlifting.org and USA Weightlifting's social media accounts for complete coverage from Tokyo.