Get ready for what promises to be an exciting weekend of swimming action featuring some of America’s best athletes, including 22 members of Team USA from the 2020 Olympics, including three of the five U.S. individual Olympic gold medalists from the Tokyo Games — Caeleb Dressel, Katie Ledecky, and Lydia Jacoby. The nightly finals will air on Thursday, March 3, Friday; March 4; and Saturday, March 5 at 7 p.m. ET on the Olympic Channel. Watch with a 7-Day Free Trial of fuboTV.
A bunch of U.S. National Team swimmers are competing at this year’s Pro Swim Series event in Westmont, Ill., just outside Chicago. Along with Dressel, Ledecky, and Jacoby, individual Olympic gold medalists Lilly King and Ryan Murphy are also set to compete in Westmont.
Two previously scheduled Pro Series meets this year were canceled — a Knoxville stop in January (due to COVID) and a Des Moines stop, which was canceled after swimming’s international governing body FINA announced that the 2022 World Championships were postponed until 2023.
After FINA rescheduled Worlds, the Westmont meet was added to the Pro Series schedule.
|Event #3||Women’s 100 Free|
|Event #4||Men’s 100 Free|
|Event #5||Women’s 100 Breast|
|Event #6||Men’s 100 Breast|
|Event #7||Women’s 200 Fly|
|Event #8||Men’s 200 Fly|
|Event #9||Women’s 400 Free|
|Event #10||Men’s 400 Free|
|Event #3||Women’s 100 Free (C Final)|
|Event #6||Men’s 100 Breast (C Final)|
|Event No.||Event Name|
|Event #11||Women’s 200 Free|
|Event #12||Men’s 200 Free|
|Event #13||Women’s 200 Back|
|Event #14||Men’s 200 Back|
|Event #15||Women’s 400 IM|
|Event #16||Men’s 400 IM|
|Event #17||Women’s 100 Fly|
|Event #18||Men’s 100 Fly|
|Event No.||Event Name|
|Event #19||Women’s 800 Free (Heat 1)|
|Event #20||Men’s 800 Free (Heat 1)|
|Event #21||Women’s 100 Back|
|Event #22||Men’s 100 Back|
|Event #23||Women’s 200 Breast|
|Event #24||Men’s 200 Breast|
|Event #25||Women’s 200 IM|
|Event #26||Men’s 200 IM|
|Event #27||Women’s 50 Free|
|Event #28||Men’s 50 Free (C Final)|
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