Getting to Know the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team
Ladies and gentlemen, the members of your 2016 U.S. Olympic Swimming Team. Updated June 28, 2016.
Grevers Makes a Lasting Impression on Young Trials-Goers
Hands-down, the most memorable part of the U.S. Olympic Team Trials experience is the water with fire coming out the top for a 7-year-old swimmer. Beyond that, it was Matt Grevers.
Completion at Last
For David Plummer and Katie Meili — second-place finishers in last night’s 100m backstroke and 100m breaststroke, respectively — perhaps no two swimmers had more taxing journeys to arrive on this Olympic roster.
Newcomers Continue to Dominate Trials
Winners tonight were Townley Haas in the men's 200m free, Olivia Smoliga in the women's 100m back, Ryan Murphy in the men's 100m back and Lilly King in the women's 100m breast.
View from the Stands, Day 3
Every four years, there are new faces added to the wall of U.S. Olympians based on their performances at Olympic Trials – Swimming.

2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials, Day 4 Finals... Top FInishers... Women's 200m Free: 1. Katie Ledecky, 1:54.88; 2. Missy Franklin, 1:56.18; 3. Leah Smith, 1:56.63; 4. Allison Schmitt, 1:56.72; 5. Cierra Runge, 1:57.17; 6. Melanie Margalis, 1:57.65... Men's 200m Fly: 1. Michael Phelps, 1:54.84; 2. Tom Shields, 1:55.81... Women's 200m IM: 1. Maya DiRado, 2:09.54; 2. Melanie Margalis, 2:10.11.