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Wednesday, February 1, 2023

RACING HISTORY: 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming Tickets On Sale


COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Indianapolis will serve as host city for the 2024 US Olympic Team Trials - Swimming, slated for June 15-23, 2024. All-session tickets are on sale for the public starting February 1, 2023.

New for 2024, and to align with the competition schedule in Paris, the event includes nine days of competition with 17 sessions (eight preliminaries, nine finals). Three-day packages and group sales will be offered to the public starting June 15, 2023. Information on single-day and single-session tickets will be available at a later date.

With a multi-pool configuration, Lucas Oil Stadium will seat 32,000 fans. The largest ever crowd for an indoor swim meet was 25,000 at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, according to the International Swimming Hall of Fame.

“The 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming will be an experience unlike any before hosted on American soil,” USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey III said. “This will be the fastest, largest, most exciting showcase of the best athletes in America. We are thrilled to partner with Indianapolis to provide extensive fan experiences outside Lucas Oil Stadium with the Toyota AquaZone, USA Swimming Live on Georgia Street, and USA Swimming House presented by OneAmerica. The close proximity of downtown hotels, the incredible hospitality of local businesses, and the unwavering spirit of the hundreds of volunteers helping us host Trials will make this the ultimate celebration of our sport.”

Indianapolis hosted the Trials in 1924 when that Olympic team swam in Paris. One hundred years later, Trials are back in Indy as a team is selected for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

“In Indianapolis, we are known for hosting major sporting events, and the innovation we’ve been able to dream up with USA Swimming to host these Trials in Lucas Oil Stadium makes this a must-see event,” Indiana Sports Corp President Patrick Talty said. “With the location and accessibility of Indy, swimming fans and families will get the chance to experience history, and our community could not be more excited for this opportunity.”

Three temporary pools – two 50-meter and one 25-meter – will be installed over the field in Lucas Oil Stadium, a state-of-the-art, multi-purpose sports and entertainment venue that has hosted such prestigious events as the Super Bowl, the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship, the College Football Playoff National Championship and many others.

The Indiana Convention Center, connected to the stadium and many of the downtown hotels, will host USA Swimming’s Toyota Aqua Zone, an interactive fan-activation area. USA Swimming House presented by OneAmerica, a vibrant hospitality hub, will also make its anticipated return in the downtown area, and fans will also be able to celebrate outdoors with USA Swimming Live on Georgia Street.

The USA Swimming Foundation is offering all-inclusive packages and VIP tickets. For questions, please contact 719-866-3587.

For more info on the 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming, visit here.

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