Previews & Recaps
Chase Kalisz and Katie Ledecky were selected to compete at their fifth World Championships later this summer, joining 13 Americans on an exclusive list.
We have come to the final session of the 2022 International Trials in Greensboro, where the U.S. World Championship team will soon be revealed.
Tokyo Olympians Bobby Finke and Alex Walsh broke U.S. Open Records in their signature races, adding more events to their Budapest lineups.
No roster cap limit issues this year, as all swimmers who qualified to make the Worlds team will be able to join Team USA in Budapest.
It’s the last finals session, and after missing out in the 100 free, Abbey Weitzeil looks to finally punch her ticket to Worlds in the 50 free.
Katie Grimes from Sandpipers of Nevada dropped more than 5 seconds from her seeding with a winning time of 4:36.17 in the championship final of the 400 IM
The trio of 2020 Olympic champions graced the media room with their presence together, poking fun at one another while answering questions
Though not thrilled with his overall performances, recently-turned Pro Casas reflected on meeting his ultimate goal at Trials of making the worlds team
Walsh came home with the fastest freestyle, too, a 30.76. Her final time of 2:07.84 took a half-second off the U.S. Open Record
Fink and Swanson lunged for the wall and stopped the clock at exactly the same time, going 2:08.84 to tie for first place.
Here is a list of each member of the Worlds team’s Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok. Follow along as they prepare for Budapest.
Dare Rose had the biggest time drop percentage-wise at U.S International Trials, leading a top twenty list filled with collegiate athletes.
From up-and-comers to established veterans, this list of the 15 U.S. World Championships team members who weren’t on the Tokyo Olympic squad has them all.
Here’s a look at all 27 Tokyo 2020 Olympians who missed the cut at International Team Trials last week in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Bruce Marchionda, the coach of Claire Curzan (above), has joined as the 6th assistant in pool swimming for the U.S. at the 2022 World Aquatics Championships.