If you’re Katie Ledecky, you dominate. It’s what you do. Congratulations Katie on posting the most dominating swim of Trials last week.
Cal swimmer Josh Prenot lit the CenturyLink pool aflame with his new U.S. Open and American Record of 2:07.17 in the men’s 200m breaststroke.
“Prenot? More like Pre-Yes!”
Katie Ledecky will swim at least four events in Rio, and things are looking pretty golden for the 19-year-old come August.
Tonight, Dave Durden was named the Coach of the Meet in the closing ceremonies of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials.
Jordan Wilimovsky added the 1500 free to his open water marathon swim in Rio.
Maya Dirado added her third individual event for Rio with a win in the 200 back with a new best of 2:06.90.
Adrian was a sub-48 second 100m freestyle in semifinals, the fastest he’s ever been on U.S soil. With Adrian leading the charge, the excitement in the race lies in who the top four swimmers will be that are guaranteed a roster spot for the 4x100m freestyle relay.
Prenot touched in for gold in 2:07.17 to put up the second fastest performance ever only behind world record holder Akhiro Yamaguchi.
First-time Olympian Josh Prenot spoke with the press after his American Record and victory in the 200 breast on day five of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials.
2016 U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM TRIALS Sunday June 26th-Sunday July 3rd, 2016 Century Link Center – Omaha, Nebraska Friday-Sunday – Prelims – 11:00…
Nathan Adrian swam his first 47-second 100 free on American soil last night, and is primed to earn an Olympic berth in the final tonight.
Michael Weiss swam over a second faster than he did in 2012, and picked up the 16th-fastest time in the heats of the 200 IM this morning, to advance to his first Olympics semifinal in the event.
Phelps is the top seed and heavy favorite in the 200m butterfly and will be looking to qualify for his fifth Olympic team, something only one other American swimmer (Dara Torres) has done during their career.
From newly minted Olympians to swimmers who are still chasing the dream, see what your favorite athletes had to say after their races on Day 4