Tickets for 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials On Sale Now

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Tickets for 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials On Sale Now

Tickets for the 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Indianapolis are on sale now, starting Feb. 1.

Trials will be held at Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium. The multi-pool configuration of the home of the Indianapolis Colts will accommodate 32,000 fans. The aim from USA Swimming is to exceed the record crowd for an indoor swimming event, set at 25,000 at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin.

Trials in 2024 will run from June 15-23. It will included 17 sessions (eight preliminaries, nine finals) over nine days to align with the competition schedule of the Olympics in Paris. The schedule of events was released last week.

Tickets available now are all-session tickets. Three-day packages and group sales will open to the public on June 15, 2023, one year out from the competition. Information on single-day and single-session tickets will be released at a later date. VIP tickets and all-inclusive packages are available by contacting the USA Swimming Foundation.

“The 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming will be an experience unlike any before hosted on American soil,” USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey III said in a press release. “This will be the fastest, largest, most exciting showcase of the best athletes in America. We are thrilled to partner with Indianapolis to provide extensive fan experiences outside Lucas Oil Stadium with the Toyota AquaZone, USA Swimming Live on Georgia Street, and USA Swimming House presented by OneAmerica. The close proximity of downtown hotels, the incredible hospitality of local businesses, and the unwavering spirit of the hundreds of volunteers helping us host Trials will make this the ultimate celebration of our sport.”

The last four U.S. Olympic Trials were held in Omaha, Nebraska. Trials returns to Indianapolis, which hosted Olympic Trials in 1924 ahead of that summer’s Paris Olympics.

Lucas Oil Stadium will include two 50-meter and a 25-meter pool for the event. Connected to the stadium is the Indiana Convention Center, which will host the Toyota Aqua Zone fan activation area. The USA Swimming House, presented by OneAmerica, will also be set up downtown, with fans able to watch proceedings with USA Swimming Live on Georgia Street.

“In Indianapolis, we are known for hosting major sporting events, and the innovation we’ve been able to dream up with USA Swimming to host these Trials in Lucas Oil Stadium makes this a must-see event,” Indiana Sports Corp President Patrick Talty said. “With the location and accessibility of Indy, swimming fans and families will get the chance to experience history, and our community could not be more excited for this opportunity.”

All the information on 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials and links to tickets are here.

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1 year ago

Insanely expensive! Who can afford to go?

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