The 400m freestyle will likely be one of the closest events at the 2016 U.S Olympic Trials with two waves of American mid-distance swimmers will be clashing to either continue their careers, or start their journey into international competition.
Check out the publication schedule for all 26 of our event-by-event U.S. Olympic Trials previews, plus links to each event page as it goes live.
The Arena Pro Swim Series meet in Santa Clara will feature a large crew of foreign superstars, including world record-holder Sun Yang and world champ Emily Seebohm.
After more than a quarter-of-a-century coaching with Gregg Troy, Martyn Wilby is stepping away from college coaching.
Video Courtesy: FINA “Kathleen Genevieve Ledecky better known as Katie Ledecky had her Olympic debut in 2012 when she was…
Katie Ledecky is expected to dominate in the 400 Freestyle at Olympic Trials this summer.
Olympians Connor Jaeger, Micah Lawrence and Shannon Vreeland are among the biggest names highlighting the Indianapolis stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series.
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Nathan Adrian, Natalie Coughlin, and Dana Vollmer are among the top swimmers expected to compete at next week’s Arena Pro Swim Series at Santa Clara, one of the final tune-ups ahead of the U.S. Olympic Trials.
Nathan Adrian will be favored in the loaded men’s 50 free at US Olympic Trials.
SwimMac Elite was recognized at the City of Charlotte Council Meeting on Monday.
Area standouts and USA Swimming National Team members Claire Adams, Zane Grothe, Lilly King, Cody Miller and Blake Pieroni are expected to swim in Indianapolis.
The 19& under U.S. talent in the backstroke is starting to creep up on the tried-and-true Olympians up top, and Missy & co. will need to be on their game in the 200 back finals at Trials.
Kevin Cordes won a silver medal at last year’s World Champs with a quick 2:08.05.
Roy Burch of Bermuda is just one athlete who still has an opportunity to hit a FINA Olympic-qualifying time at one of the remaining meets happening worldwide between now and Rio.
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