Fans who originally bought tickets to the U.S. Olympic Trials have a chance to buy tickets to the Wave II Olympic Trial meet starting today.
Last week, USA Swimming announced that all pre-sold tickets for the Olympic Trials would be refunded and resold. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Olympic Trials meet has been split into two separate events, Wave I and Wave II. Pandemic restrictions will lower the spectator seating capacity, and USA Swimming announced that tickets for the Wave II meet will be sold in groups of 2, 4, or 6, with each pod socially distanced from other pods.
Tickets for the Wave I meet will only be sold as daily individual passes.
Today (Friday, April 16), all-session tickets are available for pre-sale for the Wave II meet to those who had originally purchased tickets to the event. An email was sent to ticket-holders with a purchase link here.
Here’s a look at the new ticket resale timeline:
OLYMPIC TRIALS TICKET RESALE TIMELINE
- Friday, April 16 – All-Session tickets pre-sale opens for Wave II
- Wednesday, April 21 – All-Session tickets for Wave II released to public
- Friday, April 23 – Daily tickets pre-sale opens for Wave II
- Monday, April 26 – Daily tickets for Wave I and II released to public
The Wave I meet is set for June 4-7, with the Wave II meet happening from June 13-20.