The US is home to a glut of large indoor arenas, including many that don’t house NBA or NHL teams. Here’s a look at the 18 biggest of those. (Above: Omaha)
7 cities are currently bidding to host the 2024 U.S. Olympic Trials.
Russia releases new information about their Open Water Swimming Cup, set to be held on August 16.
The San Antonio proposal would use a section of the 64,000 seat Alamodome, with some temporary seating installed, to host the US Olympic Swimming Trials.
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Jeremy Graunke, an Arizona State commit, is now an Olympic Trials qualifier, having hit the standard in the 50 meter free on Sunday.
IndyStar reports that Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the NFL’s Colts, is the proposed venue to host the 2024 US Olympic Swimming Trials in the city.
Without further ado, let’s go back and remember what was going on during the 8th day of the Olympic Trials back in 2012 and 2016.
Four years ago, 19-year-olds Abbey Weitzeil and Simone Manuel made their first Olympic teams. They would have battled for a return in the 50 free today.
USA Swimming has announced that it will sanction competitions in July, but times will not count towards qualification for national-level meets or events.
Day 7 might be the most star-studded day of U.S. Olympic Trials, featuring Caeleb Dressel (twice), Regan Smith, Katie Ledecky and Simone Manuel.
Let’s go back and remember what was going on during the 7th day of the Olympic Trials back in 2012 and 2016.
Simone Manuel is the defending Olympic champ and two-time defending World champ in the 100 free, originally scheduled for today at U.S. Olympic Trials.
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