Caitlin Leverenz is now an Olympian after finishing 2nd in 400 IM.
- Both Dana Vollmer and Natalie Coughlin made it to the Final of the women's 100 Fly. Dana Vollmer beat her own American Record. Video available here through NBCOlympics.com
- Caitlin Leverenz finished 2nd in women's 400 IM to become an Olympian for the first time. Video of this race is also available here through NBCOlympics.com
Prelim (tape delayed) on NBCSN from 3:30-5 pm PT (results)
Finals (live on NBC, except for the West Coast, and online): 5-6 pm PT
Day 1 Events:
Men's 400m IM - Final
Women's 100m Fly - Semifinal
Men's 400m Free - Final
Women's 400m IM - Final
Men's 100m Breast - Semifinal
In Women's 100 Fly semi, we have Natalie Coughlin in one semi and Dana Vollmer in another.
In Women's 400 IM Final, Cal would be represented by Caitlin Leverenz (who had the 2nd best time in the prelim today).
No Cal Bears made it to the 400 IM Final (billed as the showdown between Michael Phelps and Ryan Lotche) nor the 400 Free Final and 100 Breast Semifinal tonight. Adam Hinshaw and Nolan Koon both just missed out on, being the reserves of 400 IM and 100 Breast, respectively.