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Everything you need to know to get ready for the US Olympic Swim Trials
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Everything you need to know to get ready for the US Olympic Swim Trials

Swim Trials

CHI Health Center will be open at 65% capacity during Wave II of the Trials. Tickets are available for each of the two daily sessions at the venue's box office or online.

Find out everything from where to park to the U.S. Olympic Swim Trials' schedule below.

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Parking

Parking is available around the CHI Health Center in Lots B, C and D for $10. The CHI Health Center garage is also available for $15. Lots close 90 minutes after the event is over, and those remaining in the lot will be towed.

Lot A is restricted to teams, officials and media with parking passes.

Tickets

For Wave II of the Swim Trials, the venue is open to 65% capacity, or roughly 8,200.

Ticket are available at CHI Health Center box office or online through ticketmaster.com and other secondary ticket sites. There are two sessions on each day of Wave II except the last day. You can choose to buy tickets for single sessions or for a full day.

COVID-19 protocols

Fans planning on attending are encouraged to be fully vaccinated, wear masks while in the venue and/or receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test within three days of attending. However, these are not requirements.

Fans are also deemed Tier 4 personnel and it's recommended that you avoid socializing with Tier 1 personnel, which includes athletes, coaches and any staff members whose job does not allow for physical distancing from athletes (team staff, medical staff, etc.).

Other info

Doors will open an hour before each session. Between preliminary and semifinal/final sessions, guests will be required to exit the venue.

Fans can bring in clear plastic bags or one opaque clutch-sized purse or wallet not exceeding 4½ by 6½ inches. Exceptions will be made for bags with medical necessities.

Other items that are allowed include signs/banners that do not exceed 8½ by 11½ inches and binoculars, though cases must adhere to the clear-bag policy.

Outside food or beverage aren't allowed in the venue. However, concession stands will be open.

All preliminary heats will be broadcast on NBC Sports Network (channel 77/1077 on Cox Cable and 220 in DirecTV) while final races will be broadcast on NBC.

Schedule

SUNDAY, JUNE 13

10 a.m. — Preliminaries:

Men’s 400 individual medley

Women’s 100 butterfly

Men’s 400 freestyle

Women’s 400 individual medley

6:45 p.m. — Semifinals and finals:

Men’s 400 individual medley — Final

Women’s 100 butterfly — Semifinal

Men’s 400 freestyle — Final

Women’s 400 individual medley — Final

Men’s 100 breaststroke — Semifinal

MONDAY, JUNE 14

10 a.m. — Preliminaries:

Women’s 100 backstroke

Men’s 200 freestyle

Women’s 100 breaststroke

Men’s 100 Backstroke

Women’s 400 freestyle

6:45 p.m. — Semifinals and finals:

Women’s 100 butterfly - Final

Men’s 200 freestyle - Semifinal

Women’s 100 breaststroke - Semifinal

Men’s 100 breaststroke - Final

Women’s 400 freestyle - Final

Men’s 100 backstroke - Semifinal

Women’s 100 backstroke - Semifinal

TUESDAY, JUNE 15

10 a.m. — Preliminaries:

Women’s 200 freestyle

Men’s 200 butterfly

Women’s 200 individual medley

Women’s 1500 freestyle

6:45 p.m. — Semifinals and finals:

Women’s 200 freestyle - Semifinal

Men’s 200 freestyle - Final

Women’s 100 backstroke - Final

Men’s 100 backstroke - Final

Women’s 100 breaststroke - Final

Men’s 200 butterfly - Semifinal

Women’s 200 individual medley - Semifinal

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16

10 a.m. — Preliminaries:

Men’s 100 freestyle

Women’s 200 butterfly

Men’s 200 breaststroke

Men’s 800 freestyle

6:45 p.m. — Semifinals and finals:

Men’s 100 freestyle - Semifinal

Women’s 200 freestyle - Final

Men’s 200 butterfly - Final

Women’s 200 butterfly - Semifinal

Men’s 200 breaststroke - Semifinal

Women’s 200 individual medley - Final

Women’s 1500 freestyle - Final

THURSDAY, JUNE 17

10 a.m. — Preliminaries:

Women’s 100 freestyle

Men’s 200 backstroke

Women’s 200 breaststroke

Men’s 200 individual medley

6:45 p.m. — Semifinals and finals:

Men’s 800 freestyle - Final

Men’s 200 breaststroke - Final

Women’s 100 freestyle - Semifinal

Men’s 200 backstroke - Semifinal

Women’s 200 butterfly - Final

Men’s 100 freestyle - Final

Women’s 200 breaststroke - Semifinal

Men’s 200 individual medley - Semifinal

FRIDAY, JUNE 18

10 a.m. — Preliminaries:

Women’s 800 freestyle

Men’s 100 butterfly

Women’s 200 backstroke

7:45 p.m. — Semifinals and finals:

Women’s 200 breaststroke - Final

Men’s 200 breaststroke - Final

Women’s 200 backstroke - Semifinal

Men’s 200 individual medley - Final

Women’s 100 freestyle - Final

Men’s 100 butterfly - Semifinal

SATURDAY, JUNE 19

10 a.m. — Preliminaries:

Men’s 50 freestyle

Women’s 50 freestyle

Men’s 1500 freestyle

7:45 p.m. — Semifinals and finals:

Men’s 100 butterfly - Final

Women’s 200 backstroke - Final

Women’s 800 freestyle - Final

Men’s 50 freestyle - Semifinal

Women’s 50 freestyle - Semifinal

SUNDAY, JUNE 20

7 p.m. — Semifinals:

Men’s 50 freestyle - Final

Women’s 50 freestyle - Final

Men’s 1500 freestyle - Final


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