U.S. Olympic Trials

The Importance of Recreational Summer League Swimming

Summer league swimming provides a great way to introduce swimming to both children and parents in a low-stress environment…

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A Look at the Options for Adjusting the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials Time Standards

Katie Ledecky hit her first 800 free Olympic Trials cut less than a year before qualifying for the 2012 Olympic Team. A few weeks later, she won gold in London.


USA Swimming ‘Considering All Options’ for Updated 2021 Olympic Trials Cuts

USA Swimming announced Friday it will release updated cuts for those yet to qualify for Omaha, but it hasn’t decided if they will be faster.


Current U.S. Olympic Trials Qualifiers By Event, Age, LSC & More

1213 swimmers are already qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials, now scheduled for 2021. We’ve broken that group down by age, event, LSC and more.


USA Swimming Plans to Set New 2021 Olympic Trials Standards for New Swims

While existing qualifiers will still be eligible to race at the rescheduled 2021 Olympic Trials, new qualifiers will have to meet tougher standards.


2021 U.S. Olympic Trials Event Schedule To Remain Unchanged

The rescheduled U.S. Olympic Trials will follow the same schedule as originally announced, exactly mirroring the Olympic lineup, including the two new events.

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USA Swimming Will Refund, or Roll Forward, 2020 Olympic Trials Tickets to 2021

One of the most frequently asked questions that we have received about the U.S. Olympic Trials is what will happen to tickets upon the reschedule.


USA Swimming Announces Dates for 2021 Olympic Trials

The 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials will be held a week earlier in the Olympic cycle than the 2020 trials were originally scheduled for.


USA Swimming: ‘We Will Work Closely With USOPC To Reschedule Olympic Trials’

USA Swimming has released a statement about the postponed ’20 Olympics, promising to reschedule Olympic Trials “to best align with Olympic Games preparation.”


Former US National Team Director Frank Busch: Training “Doesn’t Make Sense”

While the IOC has said that it plans to go forward with the Olympics beginning on July 24th as planned, Busch believes they should take place in 2021.


Cody Miller Gives His Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic in New Vlog

Cody Miller addresses his audience about his thoughts on the coronavirus affecting the upcoming Olympics in his new vlog.


USA Swimming Announces Last Chance Trials Qualifier; Pending COVID-19 Status

The 2020 Swim Omaha Cup has been scheduled for 3 months from now. However, as COVID-19 numbers rise in the Midwest, the fate of the Cup and Trials are…


2016 Olympic Trials Official Dick Duncan Dies at 73

Dick Duncan was a well known official in the state of Indiana and selected to both 2016 and 2020 officiating committees.


13-Year Old Erika Pelaez Becomes Youngest Qualifier for 2020 US Olympic Trials

Pelaez’s 100 free time is the fastest ever by an American 13-year old, surpassing 5-time Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin.


1,131 Swimmers Qualified For US Olympic Trials As We Enter 2020

As we head into 2020, a toal of 1,131 athletes have qualified for the upcoming US Olympic Trials which will be held June 21st-28th in Omaha, Nebraska.