Follow along for live updates of the first of 15 sessions at the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials – Wave II, with five events on this morning’s slate.
The 2nd heat of men’s 400 IM saw 3 lifetime bests, including a 4:21.90 from 16-year-old Bluefish swimmer Josh Parent.
risultati live della prima sessione di gare ai Trials statunitensi che decreteranno la squadra per i Giochi Olimpici di Tokyo
Rejoice, swims fans. Team USA will select its first swimmers for the Tokyo Olympics today, with prelims getting underway at 10am (Central).
Ai Trials USA si intrecciano le storie di giovanissimi accanto ai veterani. Il rinvio delle Olimpiadi ha amplificato questo aspetto
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.
Kieran Smith is scheduled to swim 7 events, including the 100/200/400/800 free, 200 back, and 200/400 IM. He is seeded top 3 in just the 200/400 free, though.
Fresh off his freshman year at the University of Texas, Foster has entered the 200 and 400 individual medley, along with the 200 freestyle, 200 butterfly.
Along with his top three back seeds, Shaine Casas holds No. 8 seeds in the 100 fly/200 IM and No. 17 seed in the 100 free, putting up semifinals threats.
World record holder Ryan Lochte may be swimming next to guys almost half his age as vies for his 5th-straight spot on the USA Olympic Team in this event.
Carson Foster has 2016 Olympic Trials experience from when he was only 14 years old. How fast will he swim 400 IM at the 2021 Olympic Trials?
17-year-old Matt Sates dropped 1.48s in the 2IM to hit 1:57.60 in Durban, cracking the top 15 times in the world this season. Sates also hit 51.83 in the 1FL.
With the USA’s Olympic 4×200 win streak on the line, the USA will be looking for some big drops from veterans and fresher faces alike in Omaha.
Olympic champion Ryan Murphy leads a tight field in the men’s 200 backstroke, where the battle for the second spot is tight between 3 swimmers.
Madisyn Cox clocked a 2:08.51 in the 200 IM, making her the fastest women in the world in 2021 making her the 3rd-fastest US woman ever.