The U.S. Olympic teams for swimming, diving, gymnastics and track and field, and the U.S. Paralympic teams for swimming and track and field, will be determined after a series of Olympic and Paralympic Trials competitions in June. The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Team Trials are part of Making Team USA presented by Xfinity.

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How to watch the U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming

The U.S. Olympic Swimming Team Trials presented by Lilly will be held from June 15-23 in Indianapolis, Indiana. For the first time ever, the U.S. Swimming Trials will take place inside an NFL stadium, as Lucas Oil Stadium (home of the Indianapolis Colts) is converted into the world's largest natatorium for nine days of fierce competition. Full streaming and TV coverage details are now available here as well as on the NBCOlympics.com schedule page.

Katie Ledecky leads the list of swimming stars looking to lock up a spot on the Olympic team, as she vies for a fourth Games appearance to further her already legendary career. Caeleb Dressel will also be in the spotlight, and is among the biggest wildcards, as the seven-time gold medalist recently returned to swimming after unexpectedly stepping away from the sport in 2022. Other Olympic veterans like Simone Manuel and Ryan Murphy hope to position themselves to make more history in the pool this summer, while a highly-touted next generation of stars begins to take shape around the Gen-Z core of Kate Douglass, Regan Smith and Jack Alexy.

With so many elite Americans vying for just two Olympic places per individual event, it's no wonder why many U.S. swimmers through the years have cited Trials as more nerve-racking than the Olympic Games themselves. At the Olympics, third place gets you a medal. At Trials, it gets you a broken heart and a trip home.

All finals sessions will air live on NBC in primetime starting on Saturday, June 15, with coverage also streaming on Peacock, NBCOlympics.com, NBC.com and the NBC/NBC Sports apps. USA Network will air coverage of prelims sessions, which can also be streamed live on Peacock and NBC's digital platforms. 

How to watch the U.S. Paralympic Team Trials - Swimming

The finals of the U.S. Paralympic Swimming Team Trials will take place from June 27-29 at the Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center on the campus of the University of Minnesota.

Some of the notable names that will vie for spots at the Paris Paralympics include 16-time Paralympic gold medalist Jessica Long, four-time gold medalist McKenzie Coan, three-time gold medalist Mallory Weggemann and 2020 gold medalist Evan Austin. Paralympian in 2020 and current member of the Golden Gophers swimming team, Summer Schmit, will be an exciting name to watch as she attempts to book her ticket to Paris in front of her home fans.

Coverage of all three days of competition will stream live on Peacock, NBCOlympics.com, NBC.com and the NBC/NBC Sports apps. The U.S. Paralympic Swimming Trials can also be watched on CNBC, with live coverage on Saturday, June 29 of the final session and a recap of all the best action on Sunday, June 30. Full coverage information will be available soon.

How to watch the U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Track and Field

The U.S. Olympic Track and Field Team Trials will be held from June 21-30 at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. Full streaming and TV coverage details are now available here as well as on the NBCOlympics.com schedule page.

A loaded crop of U.S. track and field stars will compete in Eugene. Six-time world champion Noah Lyles, who is still riding high off a 2023 World Championship performance that saw him become the first athlete since Usain Bolt to win gold in the men’s 100m, 200m, and 4x100m relay events, headlines the men's field. Joining Lyles on the track will be Christian Coleman, Grant Holloway, Fred Kerley, Erriyon Knighton, Kenny Bednarek, Rai Benjamin and more top stars vying for Paris. On the field, Ryan Crouser is looking to formally clinch his spot in Paris, where he will aim to become the first field athlete to win three consecutive shot put gold medals.

On the women's side, the headliners on the track include reigning Olympic 400m hurdles champion and world record holder Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone, the women’s 100m world champion Sha’Carri Richardson, and two-time Olympic gold medalist Athing Mu, Nia Ali, Gabby Thomas and many more. On the field, reigning Olympic champions Valarie Allman and Katie Moon join first-time Olympic hopefuls like Laulauga Tausaga-Collins, the 2023 world discus champion.

The Trials include eight days of competition, with all finals airing live on NBC in primetime and all competition streaming on Peacock, NBCOlympics.com, NBC.com and the NBC/NBC Sports apps.

How to watch the U.S. Paralympic Team Trials - Track and Field

The 2024 U.S. Paralympic Track and Field Team Trials will be held from July 18-20 at the Ansin Sports Complex in Miramar, Florida. 

Paralympic stars Nick Mayhugh, Brittni Mason, Ezra Frech and Tatyana McFadden are all expected to compete. The U.S. earned 41 medals in track and field at the 2020 Paralympic Games, including 10 gold medals.

The Trials will showcase three days of competition, followed by a team-naming event to announce the athletes who will represent the U.S. at the 2024 Paralympic Games in Paris. 

Live streaming coverage will be available on Peacock, NBCOlympics.com, NBC.com, and the NBC/NBC Sports app, with TV coverage on CNBC on July 20 (live) and July 21 (tape-delayed).

How to watch the U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Gymnastics

The U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Team Trials will be held from June 27-30 at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

The nation's top elite gymnasts will compete for one of ten spots (five each for the men and women) on the U.S. Olympic Team. Four-time Olympic champion Simone Biles will headline the event, as she hopes to become a three-time Olympian. Tokyo Olympic all-around champion Suni Lee is expected to compete as well, along with Tokyo team silver medalist Jordan Chiles and Olympic floor champion Jade Carey. Six-time world medalist Shilese Jones will also be looking to make her first Olympic team. 

On the men's side, world all-around bronze medalist Frederick Richard will look to make his very first Olympic team as the front-runner in the talented field of U.S. men. His world teammates Paul Juda, Yul Moldauer, Asher Hong and Khoi Young, who brought home a historic team bronze medal at the world championships last year, will look to lock in Olympic berths as well. 

All four days of competition will be streamed on Peacock, NBCOlympics.com, NBC.com and the NBC/NBC Sports apps. Day 1 of the men's competition will air on USA Network, and competition from June 28-30 will be broadcast on NBC. 

How to watch the U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Diving

The U.S. Olympic Diving Team Trials will be held from June 17-23 at the Allan Jones Aquatic Center in Knoxville, Tennessee. Twelve total Olympic spots will be up for grabs in seven different events across both individual and synchronized diving. Full streaming and TV coverage details are now available here as well as on the NBCOlympics.com schedule page.

The event will be headlined by Tokyo medalists Delaney Schnell, Jessica Parratto, Krysta Palmer and Andrew Capobianco, who will all compete for a return to the Olympic stage at the 2024 Paris Games. Things could get especially thrilling in the men's and women's springboard competitions, where a handful of veterans will look to hold off a deep field of up-and-coming divers hungry for their first taste of Olympic competition.

All final rounds will air live on NBC or USA Network and will stream live on Peacock, NBCOlympics.com, NBC.com and the NBC/NBC Sports apps. Preliminary and semifinal rounds will stream live on Peacock and NBC's digital platforms.