Olympians Ryan Murphy (left) and Caeleb Dressel (right) were among the 51 women and 63 men that will make up the 2021-22 National Team roster.
After a big performance in the 100 free earlier in the meet, Kreuger finished off the meet with a strong showing in the 50 free as well.
Night 5 of the US Olympic Trials was electric! It saw loads of excitement with new and returning olympians. Here are the top shots from the electric night.
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.
18-year-old Matt Fallon broke the 17-18 National Age Group tonight to win the 200 breast semifinal. Nic Fink (above) took second place overall from heat one
Caeleb Dressel leads a loaded field into the men’s 100 freestyle preliminaries on Wednesday morning.
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.
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.
17-year-old Carl Bloebaum and 20-year-old Colby Mefford both threw down huge swims in the 200 butterfly in order to qualify for Wave II of Olympic Trials.
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.
After finishing third at the 2016 Olympic Trials, Will Licon had his ups and downs before delivering a massive best time of 2:07.62 in the summer of 2019.
Mexican Angel Martinez hit 2:00.18 to break his own 200 IM national record of 2:00.58. At the same time, Carson Foster put up a US No. 4 time of 1:59.23.
Isabelle Stadden hit a 2:07.93 PB to remain the 12th-fastest American in history in the 200 BK. Among active U.S. performers, Stadden also remains No. 6.