2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Swimming

Indianapolis will host the 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming in June 2024. For the first time ever, the event will be staged on a football field, as Lucas Oil Stadium is tapped to host the nine-day Olympic-qualifying meet in front of hundreds of thousands of families, friends and fans. Single-day tickets are on sale now and include the prelims and finals for each day. Click here to fill out the interest form, and you'll receive group ticket information.

Held every four years, the Olympic Trials rank as the most prestigious swimming event in the United States. The 2024 Olympic Trials will serve as the sole selection meet for the 2024 U.S. Olympic Swimming Team, which will represent Team USA in the pool competition in Paris, France. While Indianapolis last hosted the swimming Trials in 2000, 2024 will mark the 100-year anniversary since Indianapolis hosted the Olympic Swimming Trials for the 1924 Olympic Games in Paris.

Volunteer opportunities will be posted closer to the event date. To receive updates, fill out the volunteer interest form.

As part of the hosting partnership, USA Swimming and the Indiana Sports Corp will commit a total of $400,000 to Legacy Projects to ensure increased access to water for children in underserved areas of the Indianapolis region.

Swim IN Safety Program

USA Swimming and the 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming Local Organizing Committee are launching the Indiana Water Safety Program (Swim IN Safety). In partnership with the Indy Aquatic Alliance longitudinal program, Swim IN Safety will teach water safety to as many Hoosiers as possible ages 5 and older over the course of the next two years. The goal of the program is to train 25,000 individuals to be water safe in 2023 and an additional 25,000 in 2024. Swim IN Safety will serve as one of several legacy initiatives surrounding the 2024 Olympic Swimming Trials set to take place at Lucas Oil Stadium June 15-23, 2024.

Swim IN Safety aims to recruit organizations to teach programming which entails five 40-minute sessions to teach participants to save themselves if they fall in water. Indiana Sports Corp is currently collecting interest form applications for organizations throughout Indiana looking to take part in the Swim IN Safety initiative. The form can be found on the Indiana Sports Corp website or via this link. In addition, Indiana Sports Corp is offering a virtual informational session on May 16 at 9 AM for those who fill out the interest form.