To swim in the Olympics, you have to be selected for your country's olympic team, which will typically be selected in the year leading up to the competition. Selection usually occurs at a national qualifying event, which you must achieve a qualifying standard to enter.
In some countries the qualifying standard for the event must be met at a certain level of competition. Usually up to two atheletes will be selected for each olympic swimming event, but some teams will choose not to enter an event if they do not feel that they can compete seriously with the representatives from other countries.
the Olympics do not swim. They are held. Usually on a 4 year basis. Dolphins swim. So do fish. Olympics do not.
You might swim 100m
I think the first use of swim goggles in the Olympics was in 1960. http://www.gogglesandglasses.com
Various swim meets take place
16 years old
Find out your self
You have to be 15 to compete in Olympics but any age to go to the olympic trials
1972 summer olympics. Water polo team.
There is no swimming in the winter Olympics. The summer Olympics that we swan in and will swim in are 2000, 2004, 2008, and 2012. He said he is done after 2012 cause than by the next summer Olympics in 2016 he will be over 30 and he said he is done after he turns 30.
400m I think
the water cube is where the swimmers swim in Olympics 2008
the corripense (boo)
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
Maritza Correia was the fist African American woman to swim in the Olympics. she is from Florida and was the first to set an American record in swimming. Martiza is a silver medalist.
He's way to old to swim!
Since he was 15 years of age
The 200 butterfly. He finished 5th.