Caeleb Dressel leads a loaded field into the men’s 100 freestyle preliminaries on Wednesday morning.
Josh Prenot has withdrawn his position as the first alternate in the men’s 200 breaststroke semi-finals.
Michael Andrew has been coached by his father for his entire career, and now he’s a U.S. Olympian.
Lilly King was fired up after posting a world-leading 1:04.72 in the women’s 100 breast semis, and has her first chance to qualify for the Olympics tonight.
Carmel Swim Club’s Jake Mitchell put himself in position to qualify for the Olympic team after blasting a 3:45.86 400 free time trial on Tuesday night.
Katie Ledecky’s 2021 Olympic campaign essentially gets underway tonight, as she aims to make a third straight U.S. Olympic team in the women’s 400 free.
Both Dressel and Ryan Held have dropped the 200 free semi-finals after qualifying second and 11th overall this morning, respectively.
Mefford qualified first out of the 100 back prelims in a time of 52.99, making him the ninth-fastest American in history.
Dressel dropped almost seven-tenths of a second from his best time, qualifying second into the 200 free semi-finals.
Pelaez jumps up from 15th to ninth with her performance, finishing 23rd overall in her first Olympic Trials appearance.
19-year-old Carson Foster (pictured) has put himself in position to qualify for his first Olympic team tonight in the men’s 400 individual medley.
Follow along for live updates of the first of 15 sessions at the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials – Wave II, with five events on this morning’s slate.
You can now travel around Omaha easily by using one of the city’s two scooter companies, Lime and Spin.
With a spot on her first Olympic team on the line, Regan Smith’s world records in the women’s 100 and 200 backstroke from 2019 won’t be safe in Omaha.
The winning time from the 2016 Olympic Trials would be seeded seventh this year in both the women’s 100 backstroke and 200 breaststroke.