How to Watch, All the Links You Need for the 2022 US Open

2022 US OPEN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS

  • November 30-December 3, 2022
  • Greensboro Aquatic Center, Greensboro, North Carolina
  • Long Course Meters (50 meters)
  • Start Times:
    • Prelims: 9 AM (ET)
    • Finals: 6PM (ET)
  • Psych Sheets

With the US Open set to kick off Wednesday in Greensboro, here’s a look at all of the links you’ll need to follow the action from the likes of Katie Ledecky, Summer McIntosh, Bobby Finke, and others. 

Important Links:

Streaming Information

USA Swimming has been streaming the meet on its YouTube channel. USA Swimming will be continuing to stream all of the prelims sessions live on its website, USASwimming.org. In addition, the streams for the finals sessions on Wednesday and Saturday will also be available exclusively on USA Swimming. 

The finals sessions on Thursday and Friday will be shown on NBC’s Peacock streaming platform live. This will be the first meet that NBC will be streaming only on Peacock following the shutdown of its Olympic Channel earlier this fall, which was previously host to many of its swimming streams. Peacock currently has multiple plan options ranging from a free, add-supported version up to a premium version that costs either $4.99 or $9.99 per month depending on add-ons. Based on Peacock’s page for the US Open events, only premium users will be able to access the livestream for the events. 

NBC will also be showing a replay of the meet highlights on its main network on December 10 at 4:30 PM EST. 

Streaming Schedule – 2022 US Open 

Date Session Time (EST/PST) Streaming Platform Streaming Link
11/30/22 Day 1 Finals 6:00 PM/3:00 PM USA Swimming
12/1/22 Day 2 Prelims 9:00 AM/6:00 AM USA Swimming
12/1/22 Day 2 Finals 6:00 PM/3:00 PM Peacock
12/2/22 Day 3 Prelims 9:00 AM/6:00 AM USA Swimming
12/2/22 Day 3 Finals 6:00 PM/3:00 PM Peacock
12/3/22 Day 4 Prelims 9:00 AM/6:00 AM USA Swimming
12/3/22 Day 4 Finals 6:00 PM/3:00 PM USA Swimming
12/10/22 Meet Highlights 4:30 PM/1:00 PM NBC

 

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Swimmerj
2 months ago

IT’S SUMMERTIME IN DECEMBER

That was the gutsiest 4IM I’ve ever watched

Ploki
2 months ago

There is a live stream for day 2 and day 3 finals on USA swimming’s YouTube channel, at least here in Canada.

the duder
2 months ago

Livestream link from USA Swimming’s homepage:
https://www.usaswimming.org/utility/landing-pages/streaming

ewahoo
2 months ago

Where are the streaming links when you click above? They all go to the USASwimming event page but nothing about watching

Admin
Reply to  ewahoo
2 months ago

Presume they’ll show up when the meet starts/

JONATHAN not watching Ledecky
Reply to  ewahoo
2 months ago

Someday we’ll actually be able to look at a schedule of events, click that link, watch the event as scheduled, and not have to hunt around to find another way to get there. I keep getting the feeling Katie Ledecky is in the middle of swimming a 7:59 for her 800 and I’m MISSING IT because I’m trying to find a way to log in. (oh, well … I’m ‘pretty sure’ I’ll be able to find a replay within a few hours…)

chickenlamp
2 months ago

Looks like USA Swimming has live streams scheduled on their YouTube channel as well–including Thur/Fri finals

Sherry Smit
2 months ago

I’m excited for multiple races!
Ledecky vs McIntosh 400 FR
McIntosh vs E Weyant 400 IM
Smith vs Flickinger 200 FL
Sarasota Sharks (Mattes, Sauickie, G Weyant)
Young stars like Mattea Sokolow and Kathryn Hazle

It’s going to be a fun meet to watch!

Troyy
2 months ago

Only prelims for nationals in July were supposed to be streamed on the USAS website but they ended up streaming finals as well so hopefully they do it again.

Paul
2 months ago

Live Results?

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