A total of 526 athletes will compete in rowing events at the Tokyo Olympic Games: 260 men and 260 women. Each qualified nation represented can enter no more than one boat per event.
The first opportunity to qualify boats for the 2020 Tokyo Games was at the 2019 world championships in Ottensheim, Austria. Also on the timeline: the African Continental Qualification Regatta (Oct. 10-12, 2019), Americas Continental Qualification Regatta (March 4-5, 2021), European Continental Qualification Regatta (April 5-7, 2021), Asian & Oceania Continental Qualification Regatta (May 5-7, 2021) and Final Qualification Regatta (May 16-18, 2021).
Kara Kohler became the first U.S. rower to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics in late February at the U.S. trials in the women's single sculls.
Less than two months later, Gevvie Stone and Kristi Wagner secured their Olympic qualifications by winning the women's double sculls during the second phase of U.S. trials in April.
In May, Molly Reckford and Michelle Sechser qualified by winning the women's lightweight double sculls at the 2021 World Rowing Final Olympic Qualification Regatta in Switzerland.
US Rowing named an additional 30 athletes to the team in early June.
Here's the full, 37-person roster:
Women's Single Sculls (W1x)
Kara Kohler (Clayton, Calif.)
Women's Double Sculls (W2x)
Women's Lightweight Double Sculls (LW2x)
Women's Quadruple Sculls (W4x)
Women's Pair (W2-)
Women's Four (W4-)
Men's Four (M4-)
Women's Eight (W8+)
Charlotte Buck (Nyack, N.Y.)
Olivia Coffey (Watkins Glen, N.Y.)
Gia Doonan (Rochester, Mass.)
Katelin Guregian (Orland, Fla.) - Coxswain
Brooke Mooney (Keene Valley, N.Y.)
Meghan Musnicki (Naples, N.Y.)
Kristine O'Brien (Massapequa Park, N.Y.)
Regina Salmons (Methuen, Mass.)
Jessica Thoennes (Denver, Colo.)
Men's Eight (M8+)
Justin Best (Kennett Square, Pa.)
Liam Corrigan (Old Lyme, Conn.)
Ben Davison (Inverness, Fla.)
Austin Hack (Old Lyme, Conn.)
Conor Harrity (Weston, Mass.)
Nick Mead (Strattford, Pa.)
Alex Miklasevich (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
Alexander Richards (Watertown, Mass.)
Julian Venonsky (Philadelphia, Pa.) - Coxswain