USA Swimming Announces Three Stop 2024 Pro Swim Series Schedule

USA Swimming has announced its a three-stop schedule for the 2024 Pro Swim Series. All three have hosted a Pro Swim Series stop before.

The 2024 series will run from January through April, with stops each month except February.

  • January 10-13: Knoxville, Tennessee
  • March 6-9: Westmont, Illinois
  • April 10-13: San Antonio, Texas

Knoxville, Tennessee has been on the Pro Swim calendar since 2019, now marking six straight years with stops. Although 2021 and 2022 had changes to the meet, the city was the first stop on the 2023 series.

Notably, Knoxville was also home to the 2023 Women’s NCAA Championships.

The next stop on the schedule is Westmont, Illinois. This is the third year in a row in which Westmont, located in the suburbs of Chicago, will host a Pro Swim stop.

The final stop will be in San Antonio, Texas. San Antonio was not a part of the four-stop 2023 Series but was a part of the 2022 series.

A notable change from this year to next year is the elimination of a stop in May. This year, Mission Viejo, California hosted the final stop five weekends before the start of US World Trials that took place at the end of June in Indianapolis. In 2024, the final stop in San Antonio will take place nine weeks before the start of the 2024 US Olympic Trials that will take place in Indianapolis in the middle of June.

The full 2024 USA Swimming domestic calendar can be seen below, with notable changes and additions found here:

Jan 10-13 TYR Pro Swim Series
Knoxville, Tenn.
Mar 6-9 TYR Pro Swim Series Westmont, Ill.
Apr 10-13 TYR Pro Swim Series
San Antonio, Texas
May 3-5 Open Water National and Junior National Championships
Sarasota, Fla.
May 1-4 or May 2-5 18&U Spring Cups: three sites
Elkhart, Ind; Mesa, Ariz; Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
May 15-18 Club Excellence Challenge Series
Speedo Grand Challenge, Irvine, Calif; Atlanta Classic, Atlanta, Ga; Longhorn Elite Invite, Austin, Texas
Jun 15-23 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming
Indianapolis, Ind.
Jul 23-27 Speedo Summer Champs (senior & junior combined) Irvine, Calif.
Jul 24-27 Futures: five sites
Huntsville, Ala; Austin, Texas; Minneapolis, Minn; Sacramento, Calif; Richmond, Va. (Jul 25-28)
Dec 4-7 Toyota U.S. Open (25y) TBD
Dec 11-14 Speedo Winter Juniors
West: TBD East: TBD


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6 months ago

Do we know what will be the cuts for the TYR PRO Series on 2024 ?

Reply to  swim
6 months ago

I haven’t seen them released yet.

Tyson Huynh
8 months ago

Wait what is the TYR 18& Under spring cup?

Reply to  Tyson Huynh
8 months ago

It’s basically a spring Junior Nationals but not actually a Junior Nationals.

Tyson Huynh
Reply to  Braden Keith
8 months ago

Is it Winter juniors cut? Or is it slower?

Reply to  Tyson Huynh
8 months ago

I haven’t seen cuts yet so I have no idea.

8 months ago

I’m curious how they will combine junior and senior nationals? How exactly will this be run? Is this kind of what was done during the Covid era in Greensboro? That would be nice because then all the hoopla and excitement that happens at senior nationals will be experienced at juniors.

Coach Cwik
8 months ago

Oh, how USA Swimming is ruining Junior and Senior Nationals. They are so small, that they have to be combined to made a profit. But, USA Swimming is taking the money to the BANK with the keeping of 50% of the Futures entry fees.

8 months ago

What about swimmers who will be the 2024 World Championships in Doha, Qatar?

8 months ago

Trials better than this year but feel like still a month early. Feel like a May Trials and July Olympics timing is best

Beginner Swimmer at 25
8 months ago

Will we see Dressel in some of these meets?

8 months ago

May Spring Cup & Open Water are during AP Exams. 🤓

Tyson Huynh
Reply to  SwimRocks
8 months ago

what is May Spring Cup meet?

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