Where are the Olympic Swim Trials 2021?

Following the conclusion of the Wave 1 of U.S. Olympic swimming trials on June 7, the top swimmers in the nation will compete against one another at the CHI Health Center Arena in Omaha, Nebraska, to fight for the few spots on the Olympic teams.

Will there be new Olympic Trials for 2021?

The Trials will take place at the newly renovated Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. This will be the fourth consecutive time that TrackTown USA, the organization that operates events at Hayward, has hosted the Trials. The event will run from Friday, June 18 until Sunday, June 27. There are two rest days: June 22 and 23.

Is Michael Phelps swimming in the 2021 Olympics?

Will you see Phelps at the 2021 games? The answer to that is yes, if the camera turns around in NBC’s broadcasting booth. The Athletic’s Richard Deitsch reported that Phelps will be joining Dan Hicks and Rowdy Gaines in the booth for several events during the games.

Can anyone go to the Olympic Trials?

Entry to the United States Olympic Trials is open to any U.S. Citizen who has achieved the “A” standard, and based on superior performance, sufficient “B” standard athletes to fill out the field.

How do you qualify for Olympic Trials?

All qualifying performances for the U.S. Olympic Trials (Track & Field) must be attained on a standard outdoor track (or on an indoor track, in the same event) in the period Tuesday, January 1, 2019 through Sunday, June 13, 2021.

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How do Olympic trials work swimming?

Each of the eight nights of trials will feature either three or four finals — beginning with the men’s 400-meter IM on Sunday and ending with the men’s 1,500-meter freestyle June 20 — and as many as four semifinals. (Semifinals are used only for events of 200 meters or shorter.) The complete schedule follows.

Which swimmers qualify for Olympics?

Full Roster

  • Phoebe Bacon: 200 back.
  • Erika Brown: 100 free, 4×100 free relay.
  • Claire Curzan: 100 fly.
  • Catie DeLoof: 4×100 free relay.
  • Kate Douglass: 200 IM.
  • Hali Flickinger: 400 IM, 200 fly.
  • Brooke Forde: 4×200 free relay.
  • Katie Grimes: 800 free.
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