Caeleb Dressel will lead the men’s 50 free, aiming to become the first man to go under 21 seconds in the 50 free since the bodysuit ban of 2010.
Brazilian breaststroker Felipe Lima jumped early in the men’s 400 medley relay prelims, costing the team a spot in the final.
American superstar Katie Ledecky has her first opportunity for Olympic gold in Tokyo on Day 2 in the women’s 400 freestyle final.
Confident American Lilly King will open her 2020 Olympic campaign on Sunday in women’s 100 breaststroke, beginning her quest to defend 2016 gold.
From smashing air guitars to the South African upset to the Lezak/Agnel heroics, the men’s 4×100 free relay has never failed to entertain.
Countries are beginning group training as Tokyo draws near. Some are training together in their home country while others are getting to know the Tokyo pool.
Adam Peaty (above) is the most powerful medley relay ace in the world, but the British leadoff Luke Greenbank might be the key to the whole thing.
Another showdown between Caeleb Dressel and Kyle Chalmers in the 100 freestyle is expected to be one of the most anticipated races of the Olympic Games.
As the swimmers prepare for Tokyo, follow the Canadian Olympic Team on Twitter and Instagram which features MacNeil, Oleksiak, Sanchez, and Ruck.
At the top, it’s Russia’s depth vs the U.S.’s leadoff superstar – but the battle for all three medals should be fierce in Tokyo.
Brent Hayden will make his fourth Olympic appearance in Tokyo after winning the men’s 50 freestyle at the Canadian Trials in Toronto.
Dopo essersi qualificato per le Olimpiadi di Tokyo nei 50 metri stile libero maschili, Brent Hayden ha rinunciato alla finale dei 100
#8 seed Keir Ogilvie dropped the 200 fly after placing 3rd in the 100 fly on Saturday with a lifetime best time of 53.28. This was his last event of the meet.
Maggie Macneil, the 4th fastest 100-meter butterflier in the world this season, will race the 100 fly at the 2021 Canadian Olympic Trials Saturday morning.
La staffetta 4×100 metri stile libero maschile del Canada è balzata al 1° posto nella classifica delle 4 wildcard disponibili per Tokyo