In addition to the 'Elite 11' that have signed on for all the event stops of the Swimming World Cup 2023, a group of established swimmers on the international stage and emerging talents will be competing in Berlin. 

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Some of the standout women's swimmers include Australia's Cate Campbell, Canada's Kylie Masse, China's Zhang Yufei, Germany's Isabel Gose, Hong Kong, China's Siobhan Haughey, Lithuania's Ruta Meilutyte, New Zealand's Erika Fairweather, Sweden's Louise Hansson, and the USA's Katie Grimes, Torri Huske and Claire Weinstein.

Also keep an eye out for Bosnia and Herzegovina's Lana Pudar, who is coming off winning the female "Swimmer of Championships" from the World Aquatics Junior Swimming Championships earlier this month in Netanya, Israel. 

Check out the full women's entry list here

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On the men's side, Germany's Florian Wellbrock helps headline a list of top competitors with World Championships, Olympic and World Cup wins on their career highlights list. Joining the dual open water and pool swimming champion on the start list for Berlin are Isaac Cooper and Cody Simpson of Australia, Germany's Oliver Klemet and Lukas Martens, Italy's Thomas Ceccon and Nicolo Martinenghi, Japan's Ryosuke Irie, Lithuania's Danas Rapsys, the Netherland's Arno Kamminga, Poland's Ksawery Masiuk, and the USA's Trenton Julian and Kieran Smith

Check out the full men's entry list here