US Speedskating has announced its roster for four International Skating Union World Cup events due to take place over the coming months, following a four-day qualifier at the Utah Olympic Oval.
The 15 skaters will attempt to secure quota spots for the US at next year's Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
Action is due to take place at Heerenveen in The Netherlands between November 10 and 12 before moving to Stavanger in Norway from November 17 to 19.
Calgary in Canada will host the third event from December 1 to 3 before action then turns to Salt Lake City in Utah from December 8 to 10.
Additional US skaters will be announced for the Salt Lake City event at a later date.
Six of the seven men featured on the squad list have skated in previous Winter Olympics.
Turin 2006 and Vancouer 2010 medalist Shani Davis is the most experienced member as a four-time Olympian and winner of 90 World Cup medals.
He is joined by the reigning mass start world champion and Sochi 2014 Olympian Joey Mantia and two-time Olympian and Vancouver 2010 silver medallist Brian Hansen.
Other Olympians include US national record-holder in the 500 metres and two-time Olympian Mitch Whitmore as well as 2014 Olympians Jonathan Garcia and Emery Lehman.
Leading the women will be multiple world champions Heather Bergsma and Brittany Bowe.
Bergsma is a two-time Olympian and the current world champion in the 1,000m and 1,500m, while Bowe is a Sochi 2014 Olympian and the 2015 and 2016 world sprint champion.
Competing alongside Bergsma and Bowe will be 2014 Olympic teammates Sugar Todd and Kelly Gunther.
Completing the roster will be 2016-17 World Single Distance Championships team members Mia Manganello and Petra Acker, 2016-17 Allround Championships skater Carlijn Schoutens and last season's World Cup team members Jeffrey Swider-Peltz and Paige Schwartzburg.