Tokyo Swimming Day 3 Finals Pre-Show LIVE

Join us LIVE for a pre-show and post-show race by race analysis in Tokyo! #Olympics

Today’s Event Schedule:
– Women’s 200m Free W SEMI FINAL
– Men’s 200m Free FINAL
– Women’s 100m Back FINAL
– Men’s 100 Back FINAL
– Women’s 100 Breast FINAL
– Men’s 200 Fly M SEMI FINAL
– Women’s 200 IM SEMI FINAL

📺 How to Watch:
⏰ Prelims: 19:00 (Japan Time) | 6:00 (Eastern Time)
🏁 Finals: 10:30 (Japan Time) | 21:30 (Eastern Time)

📍LOCATION: Tokyo, Japan 🇯🇵

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  2. I think the world has caught up the US. I also think it was a mistake to go to Hawaii just before going to Olympics, too many distractions. I never agreed with holding the trials so close to the Olympics, they should be held like 5 or 6 months before, so you have time to retrain and rest again. The US has had some good swims but overall just look a bit off, like some of the stars are close but a bit off from their best times.

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