List of all US team trials ahead of 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Jade Carey competes on the uneven bars during the U.S. Gymnastics Championships, Sunday, June 6, 2021, in Fort Worth, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Jade Carey competes on the uneven bars during the U.S. Gymnastics Championships, Sunday, June 6, 2021, in Fort Worth, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez) (Tony Gutierrez, Associated Press)



SALT LAKE CITY — The Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, are just over a month away, but there are still a number of athletes yet to be named to Team USA.

Many athletes have already qualified for the games, while others will take part in their respective sport's team trials over the next month with hopes of claiming the once-in-a-lifetime honor to represent their country.

Some of the Olympic Games' most popular sports will be hosting their team trials in the coming days and weeks, with many of the events being streamed on NBC and its related broadcasting networks. Here's a list of all the team trials and how to watch for the four major events.

All times show below are Mountain Time.

Swimming

  • June 7 (9 a.m.): Wave I Prelims: M/W 200m IM, 50m free, 200m breast, 1500m free — Stream on NBCOlympics.com
  • June 7 (6 p.m.): Wave I Finals: M/W 200m IM, 50m free, 200 m breast, 1500m free — Olympic Channel
  • June 13 (9 a.m.): Qualifying: M 400m IM, W 100m fly, M 400m free, W 400m IM, M 100m breast — Stream on NBCOlympics.com
  • June 13 (6 p.m.): Finals: M 400m IM, M 400m free, W 400 IM — NBC
  • June 14 (9 a.m.): Qualifying: W 100m back, M 200m free, W 100m breast, M 100m back, W 400m free — Stream on NBCOlympics.com
  • June 14 (6 p.m.): Finals: W 100m fly, M 100m breast, W 400m free — NBC
  • June 15 (9 a.m.): Qualifying: W 200m free, M 200m fly, W 200m IM, W 1500m free — Stream on NBCOlympics.com
  • June 15 (6 p.m.): Finals: M 200m free, W 100m back, M 100m back, W 100m breast — NBC
  • June 16 (9 a.m.): Qualifying: M 100m free, W 200m fly, M 200m breast, M 800m free — Stream on NBCOlympics.com
  • June 16 (6 p.m.): Finals: W 200m free, M 200m fly, W 200m IM, W 1500m free — NBC
  • June 17 (9 a.m.): Qualifying: W 100m free, M 200m back, W 200m breast, M 200m IM — Stream on NBCOlympics.com
  • June 17 (6 p.m.): Finals: M 800m free, M 200m breast, W 200m fly, M 100m free — NBCSN (Delayed broadcast at 8 p.m. on NBC)
  • June 18 (9 a.m.): Qualifying: W 800m free, M 100m fly, W 200m back — Stream on NBCOlympics.com
  • June 18 (7 p.m.): Finals: W 200m breast, M 200m back, M 200m IM, W 100m free — NBC
  • June 19 (9 a.m.): Qualifying: M 50m free, W 50m free, M 1500m free — Stream on NBCOlympics.com
  • June 19 (7 p.m.): Finals: M 100m fly, W 200m back, W 800m free — NBC
  • June 20 (6:15 p.m.): Finals: M 50m free, W 50m free, M 1500m free — NBC

Diving

  • June 7 (9 a.m.): Synchro Prelims: M Springboard, W Platform — Stream on NBCOlympics.com
  • June 7 (5 p.m.): Synchro Semifinal: M Springboard, W Platform — Stream on NBCOlympics.com
  • June 8 (8 a.m.): Prelims: W Springboard — Stream on NBCOlympics.com
  • June 8 (10:45 a.m.): Prelims: M Platform — Stream on NBCOlympics.com
  • June 8 (5 p.m.): Semifinals: W Springboard, M Platform — Olympic Channel
  • June 9 (8 a.m.): Prelims: M Springboard — Stream on NBCOlympics.com
  • June 9 (12:05 p.m.): Prelims: W Platform — Stream on NBCOlympics.com
  • June 9 (5 p.m.): Semifinals: M Springboard, W Platform — Olympic Channel
  • June 10 (5 p.m.): Synchro Final: W Springboard — Olympic Channel
  • June 11 (5 p.m.): Synchro Finals: W Platform, M Springboard — Olympic Channel
  • June 12 (2 p.m.): Final: W Springboard — NBC
  • June 12 (6 p.m.): Final: M Platform — NBC
  • June 13 (5 p.m.): Final: M Springboard — NBC
  • June 13 (7 p.m.): Final: W Platform — NBC

Track & Field

Livestreaming information will be added once NBC releases its coverage.

  • June 18 (5 p.m.): Qualifying: M Shot Put — NBCSN
  • June 18 (8 p.m.): Finals: 10,000m, M Shot Put — NBC
  • June 19 (6 p.m.): Qualifying: W Discus — NBCSN
  • June 19 (8 p.m.): Finals: W 100m, W Discus — NBC
  • June 20 (7 p.m.): Finals: W 100mH, M 100m, W 400m, M 400m — NBC
  • June 21 (5 p.m.): Qualifying: M Pole Vault, M Javelin, M Triple Jump — NBCSN
  • June 21 (6 p.m.): Finals: M 800m, W 1500m, W 5000m, M Pole Vault, M Javelin, M Triple Jump — NBC
  • June 24 (7 p.m.): Finals: W Shot Put, W Steeplechase — NBCSN
  • June 25 (3 p.m.): Finals: M Discus, M Steeplechase — NBCSN
  • June 26 (7 p.m.): Finals: W Javelin, M 400mH, W 10,000m, W 200m, M 110mH — NBC
  • June 27 (5 p.m.): Finals: M High Jump, W 400mH, M 5000m, W 800m, M 1500m, M 200m — NBC

Gymnastics

New sports added for 2020 Olympics

  • Baseball: Team USA clinched a berth to the Olympics with a 4-2 win over Venezuela at the 2021 World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) Baseball Americas Qualification Event.
  • Basketball 3X3: The U.S. qualified a women's team, which will likely be made up of WNBA players not on the traditional basketball team. The men did not qualify for the event.
  • Sport Climbing: The U.S. qualified two men and two women (max allowed) for this new event.
  • Karate: Sakura Kokumai has qualified in women's kata, but the sport has yet to hold its qualifying tournament, which will take place June 11-13.
  • Skateboarding: The U.S. will feature three men and three women at this year's Olympics.
  • Softball: Team USA qualified for the Olympics in 2019 and will stick with its original team selection.
  • Surfing: The U.S. will feature two men and two women (max allowed) for this new event.

Remaining sports

  • Archery: The U.S. has already qualified Brady Ellison and Casey Kaufhold, with hopes of four more added (two men and two women) at an event in Paris in late June.
  • Artistic Swimming: The U.S. will look to qualify for the Olympics at a tournament in Barcelona, Spain, June 10-13.
  • Badminton: The qualifications for badminton won't be determined until a final rankings list is released on June 15.
  • Basketball: The men's and women's teams have qualified for the Olympics, but a final roster will not be released until later.
  • Beach Volleyball: The U.S. will feature four pairings for the Olympics.
  • Boxing: A total of nine men and women who have already qualified will for the U.S. team.
  • Canoe/Kayak: The final competition for team selection will take place in Prague, Czech Republic, June 11-13.
  • Cycling: Several athletes have already qualified, but the final Olympic team for the various cycling events will be named on June 10.
  • Equestrian: The U.S. has qualified teams for all disciplines of the sport, but the teams for dressage and jumping will be named later in June.
  • Fencing: The U.S. qualified the max number of spot for all six events and will feature 24 different athletes.
  • Field Hockey: The U.S. did not qualify for this event.
  • Golf: The U.S. will name its qualifiers for golf on June 21.
  • Handball: The U.S. did not qualify for this event.
  • Judo: The U.S. will look to qualify athletes at the Senior World Championships in Budapest, Hungary, June 6-12.
  • Rhythmic Gymnastics: The U.S. has qualified two individual athletes for competition but will await a spot for the group competition at the Pan-American Championships June 11-13.
  • Rowing: The U.S. will feature nine boats and 37 total athletes in this year's Olympics.
  • Rugby: The men's and women's teams have both qualified for the Olympics, though team rosters will be released later.
  • Sailing: The U.S. will feature nine boats in this year's Olympics.
  • Shooting: The U.S. qualified 19 athletes for the various shooting events.
  • Soccer: The women's team earned a spot in a qualifying tournament in 2020. The roster for Team USA will be released at a later time. The men's team did not qualify for this event.
  • Table Tennis: The U.S. will feature a full team of three men and three women — two singles and one team entry for both men and women.
  • Taekwondo: Two women earned a spot for the U.S.
  • Tennis: Qualification for this event is still ongoing and will be finalized soon now that the French Open has concluded.
  • Volleyball: The U.S. qualified in both the men's and women's, with a roster for both teams being named at a later time.
  • Water Polo: The U.S. qualified in both the men's and women's, with a roster for both teams being named at a later time.
  • Weightlifting: The U.S. will feature four men and four women (max allowed) this year.
  • Wrestling: The U.S. qualified for 15 spots in this year's Olympics.

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