Watch all the championship final races from Day 2 of 2016 U.S. Open Championships.
Zane Grothe will be in lane 4 in the men’s 800 heat that will be contested in finals on the final day of competition at 2016 U.S. Open in Minneapolis.
NYAC’s Arkady Vyatchanin is top seed in the men’s 100 back final on Day 4 at U.S. Open in Minneapolis.
Maxime Rooney is seeded second in the men’s 200 free on Day 4 of the 2016 U.S. Open behind Wales’ Calum Jarvis.
Bethany Galat is having a strong meet this week at U.S. Open in Minneapolis. She is looking to add a Day 3 title in the 400 IM to her Day 2 win in the 200 breast.
Ashley Twichell, the 2016 U.S. Open champion in the women’s 800 free, is shooting for her second title of the meet in the 400 free on Wednesday night.
Andrew Wilson is top seed in the 200 breast on Day 2 of 2016 U.S. Open; his seed time is under the current meet record.
Tonight’s finals session will mark the official end of the 2016 U.S Olympic Trials where the remaining roster spots will be filled and a complete picture of the American Olympic swim team will emerge.
This morning’s prelims are going to be short and sweet, at least for the first half of the morning.
After an eventful night one at the 2016 U.S Olympic Trials, more of America’s big stars will step up to the blocks for their first races including Missy Franklin, Natalie Coughlin, and Katie Ledecky.
Some of the tension of the anticipation of finding out who will represent the United States in the pool in Rio will be relieved tonight. The first six members of the U.S Olympic team will be announced tonight following the finals of the men’s 400m IM, the women’s 400m IM, and the men’s 400m freestyle.
SwimMAC Elite’s Ryan Lochte leads the loaded field of men’s 200m freestyle headed for battle in Omaha.
Because the top swimmers in the nation are spread out this weekend, we’ve put together a list of the top 5 Americans in each race across all 3 meets to compare where the swimmers are at as they head towards Trials.
Josh Prenot’s consistency in the 200 breast has moved him to the front of the pack of contenders for the two spots on the US Olympic team.
Leah Smith swam her way to 4:05.21 in the 400 free for a four-second edge on the field. She will be the favorite tonight.