The U.S. Swimming Olympic Trials are set to kick off at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, starting on Saturday, June 15th. The trials will run until June 23rd to determine the team roster that will represent USA Swimming at the Paris 2024 Olympics. This event will feature over 1,000 athletes competing, with 26 women and 26 men earning the prestigious opportunity to compete at the Olympic Games.

Lucas Oil Stadium, typically known as the home of the Indianapolis Colts, will be transformed into an Olympic-sized swimming pool for the trials. This marks a significant moment in swimming history, as an NFL football stadium hosts a swimming trial for the first time ever.

Fans can expect to see some familiar faces at the trials, including the legendary Katie Ledecky. With an impressive record of seven Olympic Medals and 21 world championship medals, Ledecky is gearing up to compete in the 200m, 400m, 800m, and 1500m freestyle races. As the current world record holder in the 800m and 1500m events, her performances are sure to captivate audiences.

The Olympic Trials are a crucial step for athletes to secure their spot on Team USA. Swimmers who finish in the top two of their races and achieve the Olympic qualifying time will earn a spot on the team, pending confirmation from the federation. For freestyle relays, swimmers will be selected based on their trial times.

The U.S. Swimming Olympic Trials will be broadcast on NBC and available for streaming on Peacock,, and the NBC Sports app. The trials will feature a packed schedule of races, with both qualifying heats and finals being aired on various platforms.

As we look ahead to the Paris 2024 Olympics, the swimming competition is scheduled to take place from July 27th to August 4th. All final sessions will be broadcast live on NBC in Primetime, with coverage starting at 8 p.m. ET. Fans can also stream all swimming events on Peacock.

The excitement is building as we approach the U.S. Swimming Olympic Trials and the Paris 2024 Olympics. Stay tuned to witness top-tier athletes compete for a chance to represent their country on the world stage. Get ready to cheer on Team USA as they strive for excellence in the pool!