About an hour after winning the 200m final, Katie Ledecky returned to the pool and smashed the competition in the 1500m freestyle. After winning two finals in one night, Ledecky is now qualified for three events so far.
In a race where the top three were separated by .04 seconds, Alex Walsh won the women’s 200m IM and punched her ticket to Tokyo. Kate Douglass took second, while Madisyn Cox finished just outside the Olympic spots.
Zach Harting punches his ticket to Tokyo and secures a spot on the U.S. Olympic roster after placing first in the men's 200m butterfly final with a time of 1:55.06. Gunnar Bentz finished second for the other likely spot.
In her first of two finals in one night, Katie Ledecky dominated the women’s 200m freestyle to qualify for her second event at the Tokyo Games. Allison Schmitt finished second and qualified for her fourth Olympics.
Three-time Olympic medalist Will Claye reveals he ruptured his Achilles in 2020, admits how fortunate he is and offers heartfelt words to longtime teammate Christian Taylor during a pre-U.S. Olympic trials presser.
Ryan Murphy claimed first in the men's 100m backstroke final, beating second place Hunter Armstrong by 0.15. Murphy, the current record holder for this event, will look to defend his Rio 2016 gold medal in Tokyo.
American swimmer Regan Smith's Olympic dreams were put on hold due to the pandemic, but while her story may be different following this year, the hard work and dedication to achieve eternal glory remains the same.
Taking in his first U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials since retiring, Michael Phelps is both nostalgic about the past and excited about his new life outside the pool -- including his wife and young son, Boomer.
In typical Katie Ledecky fashion, the final of the 400m freestyle at U.S. Swimming Trials was a one-woman show for first place. Paige Madden touched second to potentially claim a spot in Tokyo as well.
Michael Andrew, a former youth swimming phenom, is finally headed to the Olympic Games. The 22-year-old won the men’s 100m breaststroke final at U.S. Olympic Trials to punch his ticket to Tokyo. Andrew Wilson took 2nd.
18-year-old Torri Huske booked her ticket to Tokyo in emphatic fashion, setting an American record for the second straight night in the women’s 100m fly. Claire Curzan, 16, finished second to take the other Olympic spot.