17-year-old Sara Stotler swam to 2 new Olympic Trials cuts, including earning her first Wave II cut in the 100 butterfly by finishing in 59.58.
Evan Petty of the Nashville Aquatic Club earned his first Olympic Trials cut this past weekend as he swam 55.76 in the 100 back.
Pictured from left to right are: Zach West (back), Tom Caps (breast), Coach Joe Glenn, Jon Reiter (free), and James Lyon (fly).
Katie Ledecky leads the charge of elite women set to compete at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha.
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We’re now less than 50 days away from the first race of the U.S. Olympic Trials, and it’s time for everyone to start getting excited.
The indoor exhibits, which in 2016 included a “Surf Omaha” indoor surfing experience, will be scaled back for the 2020 Trials.
Fans who originally bought tickets to the U.S. Olympic Trials have a chance to buy tickets to the Wave II Olympic Trial meet starting today.
Tickets for the US Olympic Swimming Trials will all be refunded with a new round of sales. Prior ticketholders will have priority.
After winning the 200 freestyle at the Pro Swim Series meet, Caeleb Dressel confirmed that he is signed up to swim the race at the 2021 Olympic Trials.
While most of the sport in the US was focused on the NCAA Championships and other collegiate meets, there were 66 new Trials cuts achieved in the last 3 weeks
Per USA Swimming, a new venue seating map was configured to ensure safe competition and to mitigate COVID-19 infection spread.
The swim by Erika Pelaez ranks her as the 3rd-fastest American 13-14 in the history of the 100 free and gives her a pass to the faster Wave 2 Olympic Trials.
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