U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials Results: Track all men’s and women’s events of the U.S. team in 2021

The US Olympic swimming team is beginning to take shape.

This week, the second wave of the Olympic swimming trials will be held in Omaha, Nebraska. Top American talents will gather in the CHI Health Center Arena to strive for the best time.

Familiar names like Katie Ledecky, Simone Manuel, Ryan Lochte and Caeleb Dressel are competing with dozens of swimmers who are hoping to win the gold medal at the 2021 Summer Olympics-now held a year later than originally planned.

Every day, the finals will be held at night and broadcast on NBC in different events. The preliminaries will be held during the day before the last day of the qualifying round (Sunday, June 20). There will be only one evening final.

Sports news tracks all Olympic qualifiers within a week. This is what you need to know.

more: The complete TV schedule of the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials

How to qualify for swimming in the 2021 Olympics

The top two swimmers in each event are likely to win seats on the Olympic team. For the 100 and 200 free teams, the top six players will get the position to swim on the Olympic relay platform.

However, each of the top two finishers still needs to reach the Olympic qualifying time during the event to enter the team. If there is only one qualifier, if another swimmer swims for the necessary time in a time trial or swimming competition approved by the FINA before June 27, they can still qualify.

This will be tested in the men’s 400m freestyle, only Kieran Smith swims at 3:46.78 in the Olympic qualifiers during the second wave. According to NBC Sports, Zane Groth is the only American male swimmer whose time has fallen below this threshold since 2019. Although he won 11th place in the preliminaries, he would still Can join the team first. Jack Mitchell, who finished second in the event, has a time of 3:48.17 and can still fight for second place.

Results of 2021 Olympic Swimming Trials

The following is a complete list of swimmers who will compete in the U.S. Olympic team in Tokyo.

With the completion of the American Swimming Test Project, the results will be updated below.You can view the complete results of each event Swimming through the U.S..

Female

event Olympic qualifiers
50 Freestyle ——
100 freestyle ——
200 freestyle ——
400 freestyle ——
800 freestyle ——
1500 Freestyle ——
100 backstroke ——
200 backstroke ——
100 breaststroke ——
200 breaststroke ——
100 Butterflies ——
200 Butterfly ——
200 individual medley ——
400 individual medley Emma Wayang (4:33.81), Harry Flickinger (4:33.96)

Men’s

event Olympic qualifiers
50 Freestyle ——
100 freestyle ——
200 freestyle ——
400 freestyle Kieran Smith (3:44.86)
800 freestyle ——
1500 Freestyle ——
100 backstroke ——
200 backstroke ——
100 breaststroke ——
200 breaststroke ——
100 Butterflies ——
200 Butterfly ——
200 individual medley ——
400 individual medley Chase Khaliz (4:09.09), Jay Liseland (4:10.33)



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