It will be a busy session for Katie Ledecky tonight, as she’ll have both the women’s 200 free final and the 1500 free final just over an hour apart.
We are seeing a changing of the guard as more young guns continue to shut out season veterans and punch their first-time tickets to Tokyo
It was all about the NCAA champion University of Virginia in the women’s 200 IM, as Cavalier teammates Alex Walsh and Kate Douglass went 1-2
Team USA’s Olympic swimming roster welcomes both veteran and first-time Olympians following the conclusion of the fourth day of competition in Omaha.
Tonight, World Record holder Katie Ledecky leads the first-ever women’s 1500 free U.S. Olympic Trials final in Olympic history.
La tercera jornada de Trials USA nos ha dejado a las grandes estrellas clasificadas para Tokio, con Lilly King, Ryan Murphy y Regan Smith ya en el Team USA.
Lilly King was fired up after posting a world-leading 1:04.72 in the women’s 100 breast semis, and has her first chance to qualify for the Olympics tonight.
Alex Walsh and Nicolas Albiero scratched from the semi-finals of the 100 back on night 2 of Olympic Trials. Ashley Twitchell also scratched the 400 free.
Ai Trials USA si intrecciano le storie di giovanissimi accanto ai veterani. Il rinvio delle Olimpiadi ha amplificato questo aspetto
Kieran Smith and Ryan Lochte have scratched the 400 IM for day 1 prelims. Smith will instead focus on the 400 free while Lochte has eyes on the 200 IM.
By the conclusion of the Wave II meet on Sunday, June 20th, the Olympic swimming roster for the United States of America will be filled.
Behind world record holder Regan Smith, the women’s 200 back field is extremely tight, led by Wisconsin’s Phoebe Bacon looking to make her first Olympic team.
Fourth in the women’s 200 IM in 2016, Madisyn Cox appears to be hitting her peak as we head into the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials.
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UVA swimmer and NCAA National Champion Kate Douglass swam a personal best of 24.54 in the 50 freestyle, making her the 10th-fastest performer in US history.