- What You’ll Need to Watch
- When to Watch
- How to Watch
The U.S. Olympic Trials for swimming are set to take place in Omaha, Nebraska from June 26th-July 3rd. Here’s how to catch all the action from home.
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What You’ll Need to Watch
The Olympic Trials swimming competition is an event that takes place every four years. In order to watch the event, you’ll need a few things. First, you’ll need a TV that has access to the NBC Sports Network. You can also watch the event live stream online through the NBC Sports website. You’ll need to create an account and login in order to watch the stream. Lastly, you’ll need a good internet connection.
A TV or computer
To watch the Olympic Trials Swimming Competition, you will need a TV or computer. You can either watch it on your
television by finding the right channel, or you can watch it online through a number of websites.
If you want to watch it on your television, you will need to find the NBC Sports Network. This is the channel that is broadcasting the event. If you have cable or satellite, you should be able to find this channel. If you don’t have either of those, you can try an HD antenna. This will allow you to pick up any over-the-air HD channels in your area, including NBC Sports Network.
If you would rather watch it online, there are a number of websites that are streaming the event. NBC Sports Network is also streaming it on their website. You will need to sign in with your TV provider in order to watch it, but this is a fairly easy process.
Other websites that are streaming the event include swimmingworldmagazine.com and usaswimming.org. These websites are free to watch, but they may not have as good of a quality as the NBC Sports website.
A cable or satellite subscription
In order to watch the Olympic Trials swimming competition, you will need a cable or satellite subscription. The event will be broadcast on NBC, and you can find a list of channels that will be airing the event here. If you don’t have a cable or satellite subscription, you can still watch the event by signing up for a streaming service such as Sling TV, which offers a 7-day free trial.
When to Watch
The 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials Swimming Competition will be held June 26-July 3 in Omaha, Nebraska. The event will be televised on NBC, NBC Sports Network, and Bravo.
The trials will be held from June 21-28
The U.S. Olympic Trials are held every four years, in the even-numbered year before the Summer Olympics, to select the U.S. team that will compete at the Olympics. The next trials will be held in Omaha, Nebraska from June 21-28.
The trials are open to any U.S. citizen who meets the qualifying standards set by USA Swimming, the sport’s national governing body. Qualifying standards are generally faster than the “B” or “Consideration” times used to seed swimmers into heats at most major competitions; they exist to ensure that only the fastest swimmers have a chance to make the Olympic team.
The trials have two components: preliminary heats (known as “prelims”), in which all eligible athletes swim, and finals, in which only the top qualifiers swim. The times from prelims carry over to finals, but placements (and therefore qualifying spots on the Olympic team) are decided solely by results in finals. In most events, three athletes will qualify for each spot on the Olympic team; in some events only two athletes will qualify; and in a few events four athletes may qualify (if all four swim faster than the third-place finisher in another event).
The competition will be shown on NBC and NBC Sports Network
The swimming competition at the U.S. Olympic Trials will be held in Omaha, Nebraska, from June 26-July 3. The trials will be shown on NBC and NBC Sports Network.
How to Watch
The Olympic Trials swimming competition will take place from June 21st to 28th in Omaha, Nebraska. The event will be live streamed on the NBC Sports app.
You can watch the trials on NBC or NBC Sports Network
There are a few ways that you can watch the Olympic Trials Swimming Competition. The first way is to tune into NBC or NBC Sports Network. Both of these channels will have live coverage of the trials. If you can’t catch the live coverage, don’t worry! You can also stream the trials on NBCOlympics.com or the NBC Sports app.
If you’re looking for even more coverage, you can also check out the Olympic Channel. They will have taped coverage of the trials, as well as highlights and analysis. And, if you want to really immerse yourself in Olympic Trials Swimming Competition coverage, you can follow along on social media. The official hashtags for the trials are #OlympicTrials and #SwimTrials.
You can also stream the trials on NBCOlympics.com or the NBC Sports app
In addition to the TV coverage, you can also stream the trials on NBCOlympics.com or the NBC Sports app. If you have a cable or satellite subscription, you will be able to authenticate and watch live streams of all the Olympic Trials swimming competitions.
If you don’t have a cable or satellite subscription, there’s still a way to watch. You can sign up for a free trial of an online TV service such as Sling TV, YouTube TV or AT&T TV Now. Each of these services offers NBCSN, which is one of the channels that will be airing the Olympic Trials swimming competitions.