How many medals will Caeleb Dressel win at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games? SwimSwam’s staff picks all of the races for this summer’s big meet.
Delfina Pignatiello, Julia Sebastián, Virginia Bardach, Santiago Grassi y Cecilia Biagioli nadarán por Argentina en los Juegos Olímpicos de Tokio 2020.
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Caeleb Dressel will be the star of the show on the men’s side of the swimming competition at the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Breno Correia has dropped the men’s 200 freestyle at the last minute, likely to stay focussed on the men’s 4×100 freestyle relay.
Melissa Rodríguez en 100 y 200 pecho, Gabriel Castaño en 50 libre y José Martínez en 200 estilo combinado representarán a Mexico en Tokio 2020.
El equipo olímpico colombiano de natación en Tokio 2020 estará formado por solo dos atletas: Jorge Murillo e Isabella Arcila.
Keanan Dols and Alia Atkinson have been named to the 2021 Jamaican Olympic team. Meanwhile, national record-holder Michael Gunning fell short of qualifying.
Hungary’s Boglarka Kapas is the defending World Champion in the women’s 200 fly. She might just get a free pass into the semifinals.
Brazilian sprinter Guilherme Caribé will join Tennessee with times that would already score individually at SECs. He will also bolster the Vols’ relays.
Sebastien, Bardach, and Grassi will be repping Argentine at their second straight debut while Pignatiello will make her Olympic debut.
Santos will race the women’s 100 breaststroke and Christianson is entered to race both the men’s 200 breaststroke and 200 IM.
BVI will have sprinter Elinah Phillip be their flag bearer, and Honduras will have breaststroker Julio Horrego as their flag bearer.
Northwestern graduate Lara and current BYU swimmer Dominguez will make their Olympic debuts this summer at the Tokyo Games.
Japan’s Daiya Seto is primed to make a statement in the men’s 400m IM, making up for lost time with his 2020 ethics suspension.