The list of pools available to swimmers competing at the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials is up on the USA Swimming website, though it can be viewed in full below. Only athletes who are competing in the specific session that is in progress are able to swim in the competition pool during the final hour of warm-up, and so all other training will have to seek additional pool space.
This list of available pools is posted below. Click here to access the original PDF.
Swimmers who have a day (or more) between or before events may want to contact any of these pools to get some training in and/or stay loose, as the competition pool will only host warmup for those swimming during that specific session as a courtesy to athletes who will be competing that session.
USA Swimming and the U.S. Olympic Committee also released guidelines for apparel and equipment that is appropriate for the upcoming Olympic Trials. Check out our report on that here.
The 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials begin on June 26th and will run through July 3rd in Omaha, Nebraska.