Where to Find Live Results (& More) from the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials


The U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials start up today (in case you’ve been living under a rock for the last year or so), and there are a few different ways you can follow along.

Every session, you can watch the live stream on NBC Sports Live, and you can follow along with the live results through Omega Timing.

If you would like to follow along via mobile, the Omega Timing results will feed right into the Commit Swimming app, and you can also access heat sheets there.

At night, the top heats of prelims will show on NBC Sports Network at 6pm ET, and finals will be live on NBC at 8pm ET.

For up-to-the-minute live tweeting of top prelims and all finals, follow SwimSwamNews on Twitter, and for all other prelims live tweets, follow SwimSwamLive on Twitter.

For a live recaps, as always, watch our main page, and we’ll keep you busy with the top swimming analysis on the web during, in between, and after sessions.

For even more swimming fun this week, follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, Vine, and Periscope.

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6 years ago

Will finals be free to stream on the NBC sports live app

6 years ago

I get real nervous for live streams when they haven’t started 5 minutes before it’s supposed to start.

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6 years ago

And, we’re live! Just no sound!

6 years ago

Thank you for the recap links . Its within one hour time ….. lets begin

6 years ago

How about for people overseas, NBC Sports App is not allowed

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