A win of all wins for Omaha? 'There’s no bigger swim meet in the world than our Trials'

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A win of all wins for Omaha? 'There’s no bigger swim meet in the world than our Trials'
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The U.S. Olympic Swim Trials started 15 years ago as a curious experiment designed to breathe life into a flatlining event, but now it is so much more. “It’s a destination event,” Omaha Sports Commission executive director Josh Todd said. “We’ve made it the biggest, best, grandest swim meet in the world.”

Michael Phelps

One thing will be different about the 2020 U.S. Olympic Swim Trials — Michael Phelps, the sport’s biggest name, will not be a participant.

Josh Todd with words
Mutual of Omaha

The U.S. Olympic Swim Trials have become a once-every-four-years sports jewel that Omaha can place on its top shelf alongside the annual College World Series.

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