It was a star studded morning for Day 5 of Olympic Trials
The women of the United States of America made a statement this morning in the prelims of the women’s 100 free, showing the world the American sprinters’ relevance even in the age of the Aussie Campbell sisters.
Michael Weiss swam over a second faster than he did in 2012, and picked up the 16th-fastest time in the heats of the 200 IM this morning, to advance to his first Olympics semifinal in the event.
In a last-ditch effort to make the American 4×100 free relay, Michael Chadwick swam a 100 free time trial after prelims today, going 48.9.
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After an earlier scratch from Conor Dwyer, Will Licon and Chase Kalisz also elected not to swim the 200 IM, no-showing the prelims.
LSU’s Matthew Klotz has just broken the deaf world record in the 200 backstroke in prelims at the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha.
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Simone Manuel was out like a rocket in the 200 free final, so we know the speed is there. Is it finally time to see a flat start sub-53 for the American women?
Phelps is the top seed and heavy favorite in the 200m butterfly and will be looking to qualify for his fifth Olympic team, something only one other American swimmer (Dara Torres) has done during their career.
From newly minted Olympians to swimmers who are still chasing the dream, see what your favorite athletes had to say after their races on Day 4
Ervin faded to second behind Held with a 48.71, and goes into the final as the fifth seed overall.
This morning, Matthew Josa was disqualified in heat 9 of 10 in the men’s 200 IM.
Cierra Runge powered through the last 100 of last night’s 200 Freestyle to touch the wall 5th and give her an Olympic birth