USA Swimming Olympic Trials Schedule

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Team USA hopes to build off of its dominant performance in London, where it won a total of 31 medals. Michael Phelps will look to add to his total of 22 Olympic medals, the most in Olympic history, while Ryan Lochte aims to add to his 11 total medals. Missy Franklin won four gold and five total medals in her Olympic debut in London, and nine-time world champion Katie Ledecky looks to add to her medal count after stunning the field by winning gold in the 800m free in 2012.

USA Swimming Olympic Trials Schedule – 2016

HEATS                                            SEMIFINALS/FINALS

 

SUNDAY, JUNE 26TH

Men’s 400m IM

Women’s 100m Fly

Men’s 400m Free

Women’s 400m IM

Men’s 100m Breast

 

 

 

SUNDAY, JUNE 26TH

Men’s 400m IM – Final

Women’s 100m Fly – Semifinal

Men’s 400m Free – Final

Women’s 400m IM – Final

Men’s 100m Breast – Semifinal

 

 

 

MONDAY, JUNE 27TH

Women’s 100m Back

Men’s 200m Free

Women’s 100m Breast

Men’s 100m Back

Women’s 400m Free

 

 

 

 

 

MONDAY, JUNE 27TH

Women’s 100m Fly – Final

Men’s 200m Free – Semifinal

Women’s 100m Breast – Semifinal

Men’s 100m Breast – Final

Women’s 400m Free – Final

Men’s 100m Back – Semifinal

Women’s 100m Back – Semifinal

 

 

 

TUESDAY, JUNE 28TH

Women’s 200m Free

Men’s 200m Fly

Women’s 200m IM

 

 

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY, JUNE 28TH

Women’s 200m Free – Semifinal

Men’s 200m Free – Final

Women’s 100m Back – Final

Men’s 100m Back – Final

Women’s 100m Breast – Final

Men’s 200m Fly – Semifinal

Women’s 200m IM — Semifinal

 

 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29TH

Men’s 100m Free

Women’s 200m Fly

Men’s 200m Breast

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29TH

Men’s 100m Free – Semifinal

Women’s 200m Free – Final

Men’s 200m Fly – Final

Women’s 200m Fly – Semifinal

Men’s 200m Breast – Semifinal

Women’s 200m IM – Final

 

 

 

THURSDAY, JUNE 30TH

Women’s 100m Free

Men’s 200m Back

Women’s 200m Breast

Men’s 200m IM

 

 

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY, JUNE 30TH

Men’s 200m Breast – Final

Women’s 100m Free – Semifinal

Men’s 200m Back – Semifinal

Women’s 200m Fly – Final

Men’s 100m Free – Final

Women’s 200m Breast – Semifinal

Men’s 200m IM – Semifinal

 

 

 

FRIDAY, JULY 1ST

Men’s 50m Free

Women’s 800m Free

Men’s 100m Fly

Women’s 200m Back

 

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY, JULY 1ST

Men’s 50m Free – Semifinal

Women’s 200m Breast – Final

Men’s 200m Back – Final

Women’s 200m Back – Semifinal

Men’s 200m IM – Final

Women’s 100m Free – Final

Men’s 100m Fly – Semifinal

 

 

 

SATURDAY, JULY 2ND

Women’s 50m Free

Men’s 1500m Free

 

 

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY, JULY 2ND

Women’s 200m Back – Final

Men’s 100m Fly – Final

Women’s 800m Free – Final

Men’s 50m Free – Final

Women’s 50m Free – Semifinal

 

 

SUNDAY, JULY 3RD

No Preliminaries

 

SUNDAY, JULY 3RD

Women’s 50m Free – Final

Men’s 1500m Free – Final

 

 

NBC Olympics will present eight consecutive nights of swimming Trials action in primetime, including seven primetime telecasts on NBC. NBC and NBCSN’s 15.5 hours of coverage commences on Sunday, June 26, and runs through Sunday, July 3. Seven nights of live primetime coverage will air on NBC, with primetime coverage on Saturday, July 2, airing from 8-9 p.m. ET on NBCSN. NBCSN will also telecast daily qualifying heats.

24 Comments

24 comments

  1. avatar
    Bill Bell

    If Phelps wants/is going to swim 200 free the finals are in same night as 200 fly semis. Then w/ tye 200 IM- 109 fly there’s also a bit if a conflict as medley finals same night bad 100 fly semis but that’s doable. He should be able to qualify in all three races if not win each outright and if Ro sked same as Trials
    he should gave a good shot at winning those three golds plus 400 NR — Messrs. Cseh, Le Clos and anybody else not withstanding.

    Mr. Lochte too for that matter. Speaking of him if he wants to try a 200 back- IM double heats/ semis and finals of both are on same two days.

    Tough indeed.

    If Ledecky is toying w/ idea if going 400’IM she’d have to swim heats/finals of that race on Day1, then go heats/ finals of 400 free next day and heats/semis of 200 free Day 3. Again doable but nave just go 400 IM as a ” warm up” and focus mirror in 209-409-800 frees.

    • avatar
      Vasiliy

      its ok

  2. avatar
    eramthgin

    Nice schedule it would be really nice if they would have identified the location.

    • avatar
      Ryan Wachter

      I’m pretty sure the Olympic trials are being held in Omaha, Nebraska

  3. Gina DiProspero

    Olivia Paoletti on her way to Olympic trials this summer!

  4. Susan L. Lansbury

    Alice O’Leary McClenahan!!!! Betsy Bacher Mulvehill!!!!!!

  5. Claire O

    It’s on my calendar. Go Claire???❤️??

  6. Jamie Ward

    Bruce Halloran Cameron Smith

  7. Rob LaGow

    Odd. I’d think listing the location of said trails would be a natural thing, but then . . .

  8. avatar
    Veronica Kristapovich

    Go, Chris Nolan!

  9. Grace Crossland

    Is this being broadcast in Australia? Fox sports?

  10. avatar
    Vasiliy

    I want to be miceal phelps

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