US Olympic Trials to be Aired on NBC Family of Networks

June 18, 2012

061812aac_517_7846472.jpeg2012 US Olympic Trials

TV Broadcast Schedule

NBC / NBC Sports Network

061812aac_517_7846433.jpeg For the second time in four years, the CenturyLink Center(formerly the Qwest Center), in Omaha will play host to the USA Swimming Olympic Trials
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June 25 5:30-7 p.m. (Qualifying Heats)*
June 26 5:30-7 p.m. (Qualifying Heats)*
June 27 (Qualfying Heats)*
June 28 3:30-4:30pm (Qualifying Heats)*
June 29

3:30-5 p.m. (Qualifying Heats)*

June 30 5:30-7 p.m. (Qualifying Heats)*
July 1 5:00-6 p.m. (Qualifying Heats)*

*=Broadcast on tape delay / All times CENTRAL

061812aac_517_7846453.jpegNBC Broadcast Schedule

June 25 7:00-8 p.m. (Finals) LIVE
June 26 7:00-8 p.m. (Finals) LIVE
June 27 7:00-8 p.m. (Finals) LIVE
June 28 7:00-8 p.m. (Finals) LIVE
June 29

7:00-8 p.m. (Finals) LIVE

June 30 7:00-8 p.m. (Finals) LIVE
July 1 7:00-8 p.m. (Finals) LIVE
July 2 7-7:30 p.m. (Finals) LIVE

*All Finals coverage is broadcast LIVE on NBC

NBC Sports:

OMAHA, Neb. – Jayhawk fans who can’t make the trip to the CenturyLink Center in Omaha next week will still be able to watch a total of five Kansas swimmers compete at the 2012 Olympic Trials. NBC is scheduled to televise the majority of the action, starting with the first event of the qualifying heats on Monday, June 25th and lasting through finals the following Monday, July 2.

Qualifying heats will be shown on a tape delay starting at 5:30 p.m. Central and broadcast on the newly formed NBC Sports Network, while finals from every event can be viewed live on NBC starting at 7 p.m. Preliminaries begin every morning at 10:00 Central, with qualifying heats to take place shortly there afterwards.

As a unit Kansas has five past, current or future members of its program competing at Trials. That includes current swimmers Brooke Brull and Stephanie Payne as well as former student-athlete and current volunteer assistant Danielle Herrmann (2005-09). Two incoming freshman, Chelsie Miller (Houston, Texas) and Haley Molden (Topeka, Kan.), will also be competing in a total of four events.

NBC Broadcast Schedule:

Olympic Trials Schedule: