Tonight, Dave Durden was named the Coach of the Meet in the closing ceremonies of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials.
Michael Phelps and Katie Ledecky were named the swimmers of the meet tonight in the closing ceremonies of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials.
Jordan Wilimovsky added the 1500 free to his open water marathon swim in Rio.
Abbey Weitzeil posted a 24.28 to take down her own fastest American textile swim in history from last night.
Simone Manuel bypassed Madison Kennedy tonight as the fourth-fastest female American 50 freestyler in history and the second-fastest American textile.
Blake Pieroni has confirmed that he is on the Rio Olympic team in the men’s 400 free relay, meaning that Jimmy Feigen, who finished one place ahead of him, has made the team as well.
Shannon Vreeland has retired from swimming and will be attending law school at Vanderbilt in the fall.
With his second-place finish in the 50 free tonight, 35-year-old Anthony Ervin became the oldest American male swimmer to make the Olympics in an individual event since 1904.
Abbey Weitzeil and Madison Kennedy threw down the two fastest American textile 50 freestyles in history to become the third and fourth fastest American women in history.
Katie Ledecky posted her third-fastest time in her career, which also happens to be the third-fastest time in history, to win tonight’s 800 free
Tonight, Maya DiRado scored her third championship of the week to become the fifth-fastest American 200 backstroker in history and the fourth-fastest swimmer in the world this year.
See photo highlights from the finals of day 6 at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Omaha, Nebraska.
Katie Ledecky has scratched the 50 free for this morning, likely to rest for her main event, the 800 free tonight.
Minna Atherton lowered her own Junior World Record in the 100 back today, clocking 59.34 to hold her spot as eighth-fastest swimmer in the world this year.
Tonight, after finishing third in the 200 back, Tyler Clary announced his retirement.