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WorldSkills USA Team

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The 2019 WorldSkills USA team was the largest SkillsUSA has ever fielded. It had the greatest international competition experience, training and time commitment of any team that has competed for the United States. The first WorldSkills competition was held in 1950 in Madrid, Spain. In 1973, SkillsUSA (then called the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America) was recognized as the official U.S. representative to WorldSkills.

Automobile Technology
Paul Danenberg, 21
Boise, Idaho

Auto Body Repair
David “D.J.” Fors, 19
Lunenburg, Mass.

Aircraft Maintenance
Alex Millikan, 22
Trinity, N.C.

Daylan Torres, 20
Fall River, Mass.

Kelby Thornton, 19
Midland, N.C.

Ethan Harrison, 18
Blackfoot, Idaho

Car Painting
Dylan Wertz, 19
Tiffin, Ohio

CNC Milling
Scott May, 19
Port Huron, Mich.

Julia Spondike, 20
Lorain, Ohio

Cyber Security
Mawadda Abuhamda, 17
Chandler, Ariz.

Cyber Security
Jason McGee, 18
San Tan Valley, Ariz.

Graphic Design Technology
Anthony Moore, 19
Adrian, Mich.

Rebekah Hagberg, 18
Bloomington, Ill.

Heavy Vehicle Technology
Ryan Meppelink, 20
Zeeland, Mich.

Mechanical Engineering
Benjamin Campbell, 19
Nampa, Idaho

Ryan Hittepole, 20
Albemarle, N.C.

Curt Love, 20
Oakboro, N.C.

Plumbing and Heating
Timothy Girouard, 19
Southampton, Mass.

Print Media
Brittany Whitestone, 20
Westminster, Md.

Restaurant Service
Robert “Colt” Schultz, 17
League City, Texas

Web Design
Matthew Vreman, 20
Parrish, Fla.

Ryan Fincher, 21
Cedartown, Ga.

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