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Top Stories From the 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Gymnastics

  • Simone Biles waves to the fans at the 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials Gymnastics
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    Simone Biles wins Women's U.S. Olympic Team Trials Gymnastics

    Biles will return to the Olympic Games for a third consecutive time.

    Full Results , opens in a new tabNext slide: Hezly Rivera becomes youngest member of the Team USA 2024 Paris Olympic Team
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Gymnasts Qualified for 2024 U.S. Olympic Team

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Top Stories From the 2024 U.S Team Trials Paralympic – Swimming

  • Alexandra Truwit during the U.S. Paralympic Team Trials for swimming, at the Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center, June 27, 2024 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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    U.S. Paralympic Swimming announces 33 strong roster for Paris.

    21 Women and 12 Men will be heading to the 2024 Paralympic Games to represent Team USA

    Full Roster , opens in a new tabNext slide: U.S. Paralympic Swimming Trials end with 33 spots on the line.
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U.S. Paralympic Swimming Team Naming Ceremony

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Top Moments From the 2024 U.S. Paralympic Team Trials – Swimming

Para Swimming Trials on Film

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Track & Field Athletes Qualified for 2024 U.S. Olympic Team

Top Stories From the 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Track & Field

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    Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone Sets New World Record in Women's 400-Meter Hurdles

    McLaughlin-Levrone ran a world record 50.65 race to set her on track to defend her last two Olympic gold medals in Paris. Anna Cockrell and Jasmine Jones rounded out the women's 400-meter hurdles team with personal bests (52.64 and 52.77).

    Read More , opens in a new tabNext slide: Rai Benjamin Repeats As U.S. Olympic Trials Champion in Men's 400-Meter Hurdles
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The Best of 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Track & Field

Top Stories From the Olympic Qualifier Series in Budapest

  • Second place Tom Schaar of USA celebrate during the men's skateboarding park final at the Olympic Qualifier Series on June 23, 2024 in Budapest, Hungary.
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    Tom Schaar blazes into second place to upset Men's Park Skateboarding field.

    The 25 year old qualified for Paris alongside teammates Gavin Bottger and Tate Carew.

    Full Results , opens in a new tabNext slide: Brooke Raboutou wins both OQS to punch her ticket to Paris
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20 athletes qualify at OQS Budapest

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U.S. Swimmers Qualify for Paris 2024

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Top Stories From the 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming, Presented by Lilly

  • Shaine Casas of the United States reacts after the Men's 200m individual medley final on Day Seven of the 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Swimming Trials at Lucas Oil Stadium on June 21, 2024 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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    Shaine Casas and Carson Foster go 1-2 in Men's 200m IM.

    The race was redemption for Casas who narrowly missed the Tokyo Olympic Games.

    View Results , opens in a new tabNext slide: Kate Douglass and Lilly King Go 1-2 in the 200-Meter Breast, Add to their Paris Races