US Olympic Swim Team is set for Paris

Kate Douglass and the US Swim Team is set for Paris.

The US Olympic Swim trials at Lucas Oil Stadium set attendance records all week with the peek attendance being 22,209 on Wednesday June 22. Over 285,00 fans attended the event over all the sessions which is more than a 60% increase from the previous Olympic Swim Trails.  The nine-day event was a success. This was the first time using an NFL stadium for a swim meet and the word is that Los Angeles will do it in the 2028 Olympic Games with the goal of attracting 50,000 fans.

At the end of the trials 48 swimmers have made the US Swim Team to go to Paris next month. Link to photos- 2024 US Olympic Swim Trials Photo Gallery

Here is the team

2024 Paris Olympics U.S. swimming team:

Men’s team:

Jack Alexy, Morristown, New Jersey: 100 freestyle; 4×100 freestyle relay

Hunter Armstrong, Dover, Ohio: 100 backstroke; 4×100 freestyle relay

Shaine Casas, McAllen, Texas: 200 individual medley

Brooks Curry, Atlanta: 4×200 freestyle relay

Caeleb Dressel, Green Cove Springs, Florida: 50 freestyle; 100 butterfly; 4×100 freestyle relay

Matt Fallon, Warren, New Jersey: 200 breaststroke

Nic Fink, Morristown, New Jersey: 100 breaststroke

Bobby Finke, Clearwater, Florida: 800 freestyle; 1,500 freestyle

Carson Foster, Cincinnati: 200 individual medley; 400 individual medley

Chris Guiliano, Douglassville, Pennsylvania: 50 freestyle; 100 freestyle; 200 freestyle; 4×100 freestyle relay; 4×200 freestyle relay

Thomas Heilman, Charlottesville, Virginia: 100 butterfly; 200 butterfly

Ryan Held, Springfield, Illinois: 4×100 freestyle relay

Luke Hobson, Reno, Nevada: 200 freestyle; 4×200 freestyle relay

David Johnston, Dallas: 1,500 freestyle

Keaton Jones, Gilbert, Arizona: 200 backstroke

Chase Kalisz, Baltimore: 400 individual medley

Drew Kibler, Carmel, Indiana: 4×200 freestyle relay

Matt King, Snohomish, Washington: 4×100 freestyle relay

Josh Matheny, Pittsburgh: 200 breaststroke

Ryan Murphy, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida: 100 backstroke; 200 backstroke

Blake Pieroni, Chesterton, Indiana: 4×200 freestyle relay

Ivan Puskovitch, West Chester, Pennsylvania: 10-kilometer marathon

Aaron Shackell, Carmel, Indiana: 400 freestyle

Kieran Smith, Ridgefield, Connecticut: 400 freestyle; 4×200 freestyle relay

Charlie Swanson, Richmond, Virginia: 100 breaststroke

Luca Urlando, Sacramento, California: 200 butterfly

Luke Whitlock, Noblesville, Indiana: 800 freestyle

Women’s team:

Phoebe Bacon, Chevy Chase, Maryland: 200 backstroke

Katharine Berkoff, Missoula, Montana: 100 backstroke

Erika Connolly, Modesto, California: 4×100 freestyle relay

Mariah Denigan, Walton, Kentucky: 10-kilometer marathon

Kate Douglass, Pelham, New York: 200 breaststroke; 100 freestyle; 200 individual medley; 4×100 freestyle relay

Erin Gemmell, Potomac, Maryland: 4×200 freestyle relay

Katie Grimes, Las Vegas, Nevada: 1,500 freestyle; 400 individual medley; 10-kilometer marathon

Torri Huske, Arlington, Virginia: 100 butterfly; 100 freestyle; 4×100 freestyle relay

Lilly King, Evansville, Indiana: 100 breaststroke; 200 breaststroke

Katie Ledecky, Bethesda, Maryland: 200 freestyle, 400 freestyle; 800 freestyle; 1,500 freestyle

Paige Madden, Mobile, Alabama: 400 freestyle; 800 freestyle; 4×200 freestyle relay

Simone Manuel, Sugar Land, Texas: 50 freestyle; 4×100 freestyle relay

Anna Peplowski, Germantown Hills, Illinois: 4×200 freestyle relay

Alex Shackell, Carmel, Indiana: 200 butterfly; 4×200 freestyle relay

Regan Smith, Lakeville, Minnesota: 100 backstroke; 200 backstroke; 200 butterfly

Alex Walsh, Nashville, Tennessee: 200 individual medley

Gretchen Walsh, Nashville, Tennessee: 100 butterfly; 50 freestyle; 4×100 freestyle relay

Emma Weber, Denver: 100 breaststroke

Claire Weinstein, White Plains, New York: 200 freestyle

Abbey Weitzeil, Santa Clarita, California: 4×100 freestyle relay

Emma Weyant, Sarasota, Florida: 400 individual medley





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