Lilly King was fired up after posting a world-leading 1:04.72 in the women’s 100 breast semis, and has her first chance to qualify for the Olympics tonight.
Athletes have been competing at the biannual Youth Olympic Games since 2010, but none of them have gone on to make the U.S. Olympic Team. Until tonight.
On day three of the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials, there will be three semi-finals and FOUR finals (where swimmers will fight for Olympic nominations).
Times to earn a second swim were faster in two of the three events that had previously been contested, and we have a starting point for a new Olympic event.
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.
Katie Ledecky’s 2021 Olympic campaign essentially gets underway tonight, as she aims to make a third straight U.S. Olympic team in the women’s 400 free.
Roughly 35% of swimmers improved their meet seed times on day one in Omaha as two American records fell and five 2021 Olympians were named.
Kate Douglass is feeling good heading into tonight’s 100 fly final after posting a personal best time of 57.07 in the semi-finals to rank 4th
19-year-old Carson Foster (pictured) has put himself in position to qualify for his first Olympic team tonight in the men’s 400 individual medley.
18-Year-Old Arlington Aquatic Club swimmer Torri Huske just exploded in the first heat of women’s 100 fly semifnals, breaking the American Record.
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.
Ai Trials USA si intrecciano le storie di giovanissimi accanto ai veterani. Il rinvio delle Olimpiadi ha amplificato questo aspetto
By the conclusion of the Wave II meet on Sunday, June 20th, the Olympic swimming roster for the United States of America will be filled.
Who will prevail as Manuel and Weitzeil try to make their 2nd Olympic team while Curzan, Huske, and Walsh want to take the spots for themselves?
From June 2019 to November 2020, teens Claire Curzan and Torri Huske rocketed to the top of the women’s 100 fly US ranks, threatening veteran Kelsi Dahlia.