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INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Sports Corp announces the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) leadership for the 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Swimming. The Swimming Trials are set to take place in Indianapolis at Lucas Oil Stadium June 15-23, 2024, marking this date officially two years out from the event. OneAmerica's Scott Davison and Karin Sarratt will serve as co-chairs for the LOC. The Local Organizing Committee is comprised of seven divisions, with division co-chairs leading the efforts in those areas of event execution. The following community leaders will serve in this capacity for the Swimming Trials:

Local Organizing Committee Co-ChairsScott Davison, Chairman, President and CEO, OneAmerica Karin Sarratt, Executive Vice President, OneAmerica

LOC Chief of Staff

  • Lisa Hawkins, Vice President, Enterprise Strategy & Innovation, OneAmerica

Marketing & Sales Division

  • Doug Boles, President, Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Communications & Media Division

  • Brandi Davis-Handy, Chief Public Relations Officer, AES Indiana
  • Brad Rateike, Founding Principal, Bar Communications

Indy Experience Division

  • Becca Manolov, Vice President of Customer Experience, Buckingham
  • Jenny Cash, Vice President, The Parks Alliance of Indianapolis

Impact Division

  • Maggie Lewis, CEO, Boys & Girls Club Indianapolis
  • William Knox, President, Legacy Sports Group LLC

Meet Operations Division

  • Arlene McDonald, Event Coordinator, IU Natatorium
  • Sandy Searcy, Director of Sports, National Federation of State High School Associations

Construction Management Division

  • Representatives from Shiel Sexton

Event Operations Division

  • Trena Roudebush, Director, Community & Governmental Relations, Geenex Solar
  • Jeff Bennett, Deputy Mayor of Community Development, City of Indianapolis - Mayor's Office

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.

Three temporary pools, two 50-meter and one 25-meter, will be installed over the field in Lucas Oil Stadium, which is a state-of-the-art, multi-purpose sports and entertainment venue. The Indiana Convention Center, connected to the stadium, will feature USA Swimming’s Toyota Aqua Zone, a can’t-miss fan activation area. The USA Swimming House, a vibrant hospitality hub, will also make its anticipated return and USA Swimming and the Indiana Sports Corp expect to create a city-wide festival throughout the course of the nine day event to celebrate the sport of swimming.

Further event information and ticket details are available at:

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