Breaking Down the Biggest Races of the 2020 Olympic Games: Days 4-5

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We sat down with SwimSwam Co-founders Braden Keith and Mel Stewart to bring you a comprehensive preview of the biggest races to watch in the upcoming 2020 Olympic Games. In days 4 and 5 of competition, the Games really pick up, with races such as:

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Scotty P
2 months ago

Would love to watch the men’s 2 Breast with the fresh crew.

Ghost
2 months ago

Did I miss recap/predictions of men’s 4im yesterday?
You predicted gold but not silver or bronze for W 8free relay? Who gets bronze?

sali13
2 months ago

Coleman needs new microphone there is lost of static when we speaks ;/

Robbos
2 months ago

Dressel v Chalmers race of the meet.
GB gold in 4×200 mens
US needs more then a pop to get near Australia in 4×200 womens
Titmus & Milak 200 free & 200 butt.

Sub13
Reply to  Robbos
2 months ago

But who’s your pick in W2IM? Seems like that’ll be a close one

Robbos
Reply to  Sub13
2 months ago

If McKeown has the momentum, I think she takes it. 3 time individualist gold medal, think that’s huge. Throw in possible gold or silver in 2 medley relays. Huge shift.

ct swim fan
2 months ago

What time are the preliminaries in swimming? I know that Tokyo is 13 hours ahead of Eastern time in the United States and the finals are on at 9:30 PM eastern time each night starting on Saturday 7/24 , but I do not know the preliminary times.

Last edited 2 months ago by ct swim fan
Joel
Reply to  ct swim fan
2 months ago

7pm Tokyo time I think

ct swim fan
Reply to  Joel
2 months ago

That makes sense, so the swimmers can sleep when it is dark in Tokyo. If 7 PM is correct, that makes it 6 AM Eastern time each day for the prelims.

Ghost
Reply to  ct swim fan
2 months ago

Prelims 6:00 am eastern on USA network
Finals 930 pm eastern on NBC

ct swim fan
Reply to  Ghost
2 months ago

Thank You!

Admin
Reply to  ct swim fan
2 months ago

We’ll put out a chart of start times tomorrow.

Wave 1.5 Qualifier
2 months ago

LMAO @ Coleman @ 16:05

moonlight
2 months ago

What is a Chinese pancake, you ask? THIS is a Chinese pancake. Jianbing – a culinary marvel.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jianbing

Admin
Reply to  moonlight
2 months ago

Ok I’ll take 3. Thanks.

You Don’t Say
Reply to  moonlight
2 months ago

But is it made out of potatoes? LoL

Horninco
2 months ago

Braden, you were surprised that the Aussies broke the women’s 4×200 free relay world record in 2019? Did you not read my series? I practically guaranteed it! 😉

https://swimswam.com/which-super-suited-records-can-be-broken-tier-2/

About Coleman Hodges

Coleman Hodges

Coleman started his journey in the water at age 1, and although he actually has no memory of that, something must have stuck. A Missouri native, he joined the Columbia Swim Club at age 9, where he is still remembered for his stylish dragon swim trunks. After giving up on …

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