By USA Swimming | Monday, July 1, 2019
OMAHA, Neb. – In less than a year, the greatest swimmers from across the country will compete at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming in the quest to become a member of the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team, and tickets to attend the nation’s biggest domestic swimming competition are now on sale.
All-session tickets for the 15-session, eight-day event, which will take place June 21-28, 2020 at the CHI Health Center Omaha, may be purchased through any Ticketmaster outlet nationwide or online at ticketmaster.com/swimtrials20. Tickets also can be purchased at the CHI Health Center Omaha box office.
Ticket prices are $575, $475 or $375 for the 15 sessions, which include seven morning preliminary sessions and eight evening finals. All-session tickets are transferable between family and friends and guarantee the same seat for each session. Other ticket packages and single event tickets will be offered closer to the event.
More than 100 fans will enjoy the view of a lifetime, with a Victory Row seat as close as you can get to the action in the pool. The limited quantity tickets are priced at $1,300 each for an all-session pass.
What: 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming
Where: CHI Health Center Omaha, in Omaha, Nebraska
When: June 21-28, 2020
Tickets: All-session tickets (15 sessions) on sale now through any Ticketmaster outlet, including ticketmaster.com/swimtrials20
Prices: $375-$575 based on location; $1,300 for Victory Row pool deck seats
More Information: usaswimming.org/trials
“The U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials showcases our country’s greatest talent and sets the stage for some of the most riveting match-ups, dramatic finishes and timeless stories across our sport,” USA Swimming President & CEO Tim Hinchey III said. “Fans will be entertained day and night within the swimming venue and the adjacent AquaZone, the largest interactive swimming festival in the country. We’re thankful for the incredible support of the Omaha Sports Commission and the city of Omaha.”
The eight-day Trials competition, which will feature approximately 1,400 swimmers, serves as the sole qualifier for pool swimmers on the U.S. Olympic Team for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. Athletes will earn a spot on the U.S. Olympic Team roster at each of the eight finals sessions.
The 2020 Trials will mark the fourth consecutive time that the Omaha Sports Commission will host the Olympic Trials for swimming in Omaha. Nebraska’s largest city was granted the bid in May 2017, after successful events as the home of the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Olympic Trials.
More than 200,000 fans were in attendance for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming in Omaha, a record that surpassed the 2012 total by 30 percent.
"Omaha is proud to host its fourth consecutive Olympic Swim Trials and we anticipate another packed house for each day of competition," said Omaha Sports Commission Executive Director Josh Todd. "We are excited to bring America's top swimmers to Omaha and watch them compete for a spot on the greatest swim team in the world.”
For more information on the Trials visit www.usaswimming.org/trials.
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