Meet Kelsi Worrell, the American record holder out of the University of Louisville who will be representing the US in the 100 fly in Rio.
Abby Weizel, along with the help of a few of her fellow female teammates, posted a video on Twitter today that includes underwater footage of the swimmers.
Team USA features 191 returning Olympians, 68 Olympic champions, for a total of 555 members for the 2016 Olympic games.
Don’t miss a second of our pre-Olympic coverage with this handy central bookmark post, where we’ll link out to our event-by-event previews as they drop and track our medalist predictions as we make them.
With nearly 50 of the best athletes in the country, you can imagine that practices are no laughing matter.
Sarah Sjostrom has put up so many fast swims in butterfly that have pushed the boundaries of reality in the sport– she’ll attack the 100 fly in Rio, and the WR is very much so in danger.
Two days before the 200 butterfly final at the 2016 U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials, I get a text message. Mel,…
See the offical roster for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Swimming Team.
Katie Ledecky will swim at least four events in Rio, and things are looking pretty golden for the 19-year-old come August.
Tonight’s finals session will mark the official end of the 2016 U.S Olympic Trials where the remaining roster spots will be filled and a complete picture of the American Olympic swim team will emerge.
Jordan Wilimovsky added the 1500 free to his open water marathon swim in Rio.
Shannon Vreeland has retired from swimming and will be attending law school at Vanderbilt in the fall.
Tonight could be a historic night for swimming at the 2016 U.S Olympic Trials. Both Katie Ledecky and Michael Phelps could be making history tonight as they each have one final to contest.
This morning’s prelims are going to be short and sweet, at least for the first half of the morning.
See what your favorite Olympians and Olympic hopefuls had to say about their swims on Night 6 of the Olympic Trials