Here is a complete list of each U.S. Olympic swimming athlete’s Instagram and Twitter usernames. Follow along as they prepare for Tokyo.
The last night of the US Olympic Trials was filled with emotion and electricity. Here are the top shots from the great night of completing Team USA for Tokyo
With the completion of wave II of the US Olympic Trials meet, the US Olympic Swimming Team for Tokyo is now finalized featuring 26 women and 23 men.
Joining world record holder Katie Ledkecky, 15-year-old Grimes will be making her way to Tokyo this summer after placing 2nd in the 800 freestyle.
Caeleb Dressel has a big night ahead of him in Omaha, with the 100 fly final scheduled just 41 minutes before his 50 free semi.
This morning: three events: 800 free, 100 fly, 200 back. Three reigning World Champs & world record-holders: Katie Ledecky, Caeleb Dressel, and Regan Smith.
Retaining their overall pick ’ems lead after day four was McG_H2O, now 6 points ahead of Nathank and retiredswimmer97.
With three of his swimmers already on the Olympic team, Todd DeSorbo has all but locked up a spot as a women’s team assistant in Tokyo.
Catch up on the men’s 100 FR semis, women’s 200 FR final, men’s 200 FL final, women’s 200 FL semis, men’s 200 BR semis, and women’s 200 IM/1500 free finals.
Night 4 of the US Olympic Trials saw many qualify for their first Olympic team as well as some veterans. Here are the top shots from the electric night.
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
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.
Katie Ledecky should swim twice this morning, with qualifying heats of the 200 & 1500 free. Meanwhile, we’ll get the first Phelps-less 200 fly since 1996.