TEXAS SWIMMING

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Nationals Info


Live Results

Tentative Timelines:  Prelims  Finals

Psych Sheet

Prelim (and some final) live feed here

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Fans will enjoy wall-to-wall television and digital coverage of next week’s 2017 Phillips 66 National Championships – USA Swimming’s top domestic event of the year – via NBC Sports and USASwimming.org.

On the television side, 2017 Phillips 66 Nationals will feature 12 hours of broadcast coverage from NBC Sports Group, including four hours of nationally televised coverage on NBC on July 1-2. A complete schedule is as follows:

Date      Network   Time (ET)  Live or Delay  Webcast* 
Tuesday, June 27  NBCSN  7-8 p.m.  Same Day Delay  USASwimming.org 
Wednesday, June 28  NBCSN  7-8 p.m.   Same Day Delay  USASwimming.org 
Thursday, June 29   Universal HD  6-8 p.m.    Live  NBC Sports App 
Friday, June 30  Universal HD   6-8 p.m.      Live NBC Sports App 
Saturday, July 1   NBC   1-3 p.m.     Taped  USASwimming.org 
Saturday, July 1  Universal HD  6-8 p.m.     Live  NBC Sports App 
Sunday, July 2  NBC  1-3 p.m.   Taped USASwimming.org 
*All prelim sessions webcast at USASwimming.org

Beginning at 9 a.m. ET, each day’s prelim session will be streamed live in its entirety at USASwimming.org via Playmaker Media, owned by NBC Sports Group and operated by NBC Sports Digital. Live finals webcasts will be available on either USASwimming.org or the NBC Sports app; See the detailed schedule above for complete information.

USA Swimming also will produce DeckPass Live, powered by Xfinity, twice daily from Indianapolis beginning Tuesday, June 27. Streaming live via USASwimming.org at 12:30 p.m. ET daily and after each finals session, DeckPass Live will air poolside from Indianapolis featuring analysis, highlights, features and star guests. Olympian Ariana Kukors and former National Team member Jeff Commings will serve as hosts.


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1 Comments:

  • At 10:44 AM, Anonymous Lion King said…

    Just like the 500 and 1650 at NCAAs in March, the men's 400 finals ought to be a battle royale. Can't wait to watch it! GO, CLARK! GO, TOWNLEY!

     

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