How To Watch The 2024 Men’s Division I Swimming And Diving Championships


The 2024 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming And Diving Championships begin tomorrow in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The meet will be streamed on ESPN+.

Daily prelims will start at 10:00 am Eastern Time, while finals will begin at 6 p.m. ET (including Wednesday’s relay session).

ESPN+ Links

Prelims Diving Prelims Diving Consolation Final Finals
March 27 N/A N/A N/A 6:00 PM
March 28 10:00 AM 12:15 AM 5:15 PM 6:00 PM
March 29 10:00 AM 12:15 AM 5:15 PM 6:00 PM
March 30 10:00 AM 12:15 AM 5:15 PM 6:00 PM


March 27

  • 200 medley relay
  • 800 freestyle relay

March 28

  • 500 free
  • 200 IM
  • 50 free
  • 1 meter diving
  • 200 free relay

March 29

  • 400 IM
  • 100 fly
  • 200 free
  • 100 breast
  • 100 back
  • 3 meter diving
  • 400 medley relay

March 30

  • 1650 free
  • 200 back
  • 100 free
  • 200 breast
  • 200 fly
  • Platform diving
  • 400 free relay

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João Vitor Almeida Silva
1 month ago

Why it isn’t working in star +? Brazilian here, I’ve watched all the days before there, it isn’t working.

1 month ago

Has anyone been able to figure out how to watch from outside of the US? ESPN+ subscriptions work only in the US and rely on geolocation instead of IP address so even VPNs get blocked… Does any other country have access to the tv rights?

2 months ago

800 free relay video on

2 months ago

You can get EPSN+ monthly and then cancel. It’s 10.99/mo. Paying $11 to watch the fastest SC meet in the world seems like a bargain.

2 months ago

Is there going to be the equivalent to the UGA Swim & Dive YouTube channel that uploaded heats soon after the session last weekend.

Reply to  Chas
2 months ago

The YouTube channel called ‘poolside perspective’ uploaded race videos in a few minutes after the races happened at Pac 12s. I’m putting my trust in them.

Tree man
Reply to  snailSpace
2 months ago

They’ll probably upload any races with ASU swimmers. Nothing else

Reply to  Tree man
2 months ago

On the bright side, almost all A finals will probably have an ASU swimmer.

Reply to  Tree man
2 months ago

NCAA (& ESPN) is pretty stingy about allowing others to show content they have exclusive rights to. Likely anything they try to do may get removed by one of them.

2 months ago

Anyone not going and want to sell me their tickets?

big fella
2 months ago

anyone know how to… get around this? (wink)

Long Strokes
2 months ago

Ok so it’s actually on ESPN+ and not on

Reply to  Long Strokes
2 months ago

and a paywall?

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