Australia names team for Pan Pacs swimming

Swimming Australia has named a 33-strong team to contest next month's Pan Pacific Swimming Championships in Tokyo.

The team consists of 17 women and 16 men - with Queensland dominating the team with 27 swimmers.

There's two each from NSW and one each from WA and SA.

Olympic gold medallists Cate Campbell and Emily Seebohm have been named in their third Pan Pac teams, having made their debuts in 2010.

Also back from the 2010 team is dual-Commonwealth Games 50m breaststroke gold medallist Leiston Pickett who is the oldest of the women's team at 26.

There are eight survivors from the 2014 Gold Coast team.

The youngest female is 16-year-old Kaylee McKeown, who made her Australian team debut at last year's World Championships in Budapest.

She will join Emily Seebohm in the backstroke events after her winning double at the trials.

McKeown joins 17-year-old Commonwealth Games star Ariarne Titmus who wrapped up the 400-800m freestyle double on Wednesday night.

The team also includes Olympic gold medallists from Rio, Mack Horton and Kyle Chalmers.

MEN: Jack Cartwright, Kyle Chalmers, Alexander Graham, Mack Horton, Grant Irvine, Mitchel Larkin, Clyde Lewis, Jack McLoughlin, David Morgan, Jake Packard, James Roberts, Nicholas Sloman, Zac Stubblety-Cook, Elijah Winnington, Bradley Woodward.

WOMEN: Jessica Ashwood, Cate Campbell , Madeleine Gough, Madeline Groves, Chelsea Gubecka, Jessica Hansen, Shayna Jack, Kareena Lee, Emma McKeon, Kaylee McKeown, Kiah Melverton, Leiston Pickett, Emily Seebohm, Mikkayla Sheridan, Laura Taylor, Brianna Throssell, Ariarne Titmus.