The US Olympic team will begin the trials on Sunday in Atlanta, Georgia, before heading to London, England, for the London Olympics in August.
As the trials are held in different cities around the world, it’s possible the US team will miss out on some events and be forced to train in London for the first time in August or September.
Here’s a look at what you need to know ahead of the trials.
A look at the US women’s team US women’s swimmer Emily Murphy has made a name for herself as the fastest American at the trials When the US swim team is on trial in Rio de Janeiro, expect to see a number of American swimmers competing in the women’s division.
The US team has been looking to improve in recent weeks and Murphy is in the mix for a spot on the US roster.
Murphy will compete alongside US women and US men’s champion Hannah Willoughby and her compatriot, American swimmer Lauren Murphy.
American swimmer Jessica Ennis has won gold at the last two Olympic Games in London and she will be hoping to do the same at the Olympics The American swimmer is currently leading the women in the men’s division at the London games and will be aiming to add to that record in Rio.
The US women are the favorites to take home gold but they have to face off against a team of talented swimmer in the form of Jessica Enlis, Hannah Willougby and Lauren Murphy who will be looking to win their first gold medal of the Games.
Enlis has been an outstanding swimmer throughout her career and she could have a difficult task on her hands when she faces off against Murphy in the finals of the women.
US team member Lizzie Armitstead is making her Olympic debut Alicia Keys and the US swimming team have had a busy couple of weeks and the Australian duo are on track to be the first Australians to medal in a major competition.
Keys has made an immediate impact at the Olympic trials, winning gold at last year’s Rio Olympics and was second to only Sarah Semenya in the final standings.
Australian swimmer Lizzi Armitston is set to make her Olympic Olympic debut at the next Games in Rio Swimming legend Katie Ledecky and Olympic bronze medallist Natalie Gulbis are also competing in Rio and will look to make a name and a name of their own when they compete at the Rio Games.
Ledeckys and Gulbis have already been making waves in the Olympics in recent years, winning medals at the 2014 London Games and the 2015 Rio Games respectively.
Swimmers Sarah Seman and Natalie Gulbans Olympic medals The women’s teams will be competing at the world championships on Sunday The Olympic swim team will be facing off against the women and men’s teams in the world’s championships in Rio on Sunday.
It’s expected that the US men and women will compete in the 200 and 400 freestyle freestyle events in Rio but the women will be coming off a disappointing season in which they were runner-up to the likes of the Czech Republic and Canada.
There is no doubt that the women are aiming for their first Olympic gold in Rio in 2018 and they will have a tough task to overcome.
What to watch for at the 2016 London Olympics London is a major international event and the Olympics is an opportunity for the athletes of different countries to show off their talent.
This is the biggest sporting event of the year and it is the perfect time for the American team to take on their biggest competition yet.
Watch the US gold medalist in the silver medallists final The world’s best men and womens teams will compete for the medals at this year’s Games, but it will be the US who will dominate the medals.
Two-time Olympic gold medalliser Ryan Lochte and former world record holder Ryan Lochlie have already made a huge impact in the Olympic games, winning silver and bronze respectively.
The US men will look for a second gold in London with the likes the American Josh Clanton, Ryan Lochre and Ryan Murphy set to go into the Olympics as Olympic champions.
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Alyssa Pereira The Brazilian is one of the most decorated athletes at the Games and she has been one of Brazil’s most consistent athletes.
Her performances at the 2015 and 2016 Olympics have seen her become a household name.
Brazil’s Alyssa de Freitas The first Brazilian to ever win the world title at the 2012 London Games, de Freita has had an incredible year in Rio, making the final of the 100m freestyle in the last six months.
De Freitas has won two gold medals at both the 2014 and 2016 Games and has also secured silver in the 400m freestyles in both. In the 400