2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming Recap: Monday, June 27
A recap of the evening's top performances on the second night of competition from the US Olympic Team Trials in Omaha, Neb.
Ledecky Shares Spotlight with Newcomers on Day 2 of Trials
Ledecky wins the 400m free. Kelsi Worrell takes the 100m fly. Kevin Cordes wins the 100m breast.
Getting to Know the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team
Ladies and gentlemen, the members of your 2016 U.S. Olympic Swimming Team.
Grit is a 400 IMer's Secret Strength
The small, smiling faces donning oversized goggles. The grainy VHS video footage of young Franklin, young Phelps in age group pollywog days, intending to remind casual TV Sunday Night Viewer that these were not simply regular swim sessions, but journeys taken long before double-digit birthdays.
First Pool Swimmers Added to 2016 Olympic Roster
Chase Kalisz becomes part of a proud American tradition. Maya DiRado wins women's 400m IM. Connor Jaeger takes men's 400m free. Kevin Cordes sets American record in 100m breaststroke.

2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials, Day 2 Finals... Top 2 FInishers... Women's 100m Fly: 1. Kelsi Worrell, 56.48; 2. Dana Vollmer, 57.21... Men's 100m Breast: 1. Kevin Cordes, 59.18; 2. Cody Miller, 59.26... Women's 400m Free: 1. Katie Ledecky, 3:58.98 (Trials Record); 2. Leah Smith, 4:00.65...