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Amy Van Dyken breaks down all the action from Day 1 of the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials.
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I'm Brian Webber this inside -- is presented by city let's welcome in six time Olympic gold medalist at foxsports.com. Swimming analyst Amy Van Dyken from the Olympic trials in -- -- Monday we had two finals on the men's side the 400 I am in the thwarted free what did you take away from those performances. Well things -- it was an exciting evening I'll tell you led this whole Olympic trials started off. With the first -- 400 -- am. Bryant -- led from the start it was really exciting to watch I felt kind of fell between second and third a couple of times in there. What I found really interesting though was about fifteen to twenty meters. But for the race to be over. Bryant like he pulled off a little bit Michael Phelps definitely didn't plot he is definitely gone at the entire way. Lot. 400 freestyle. Really no surprise here Peter indicate just so ran away with it he -- great looks amazing. A surprise Conor Dwyer made the Olympic team finishing second and that in that. This is first time he's ever made Olympic team -- they let when he finished he looks so stoked. He looked like get it jumps right out of the pool he was so excited so I'll already tonight finals are not disappointing any of these fans out here. And now Monday we had just one final on the women's side the 400 I am what do you take away from the action in the pool. Well tonight a women's 400 I am again another exciting race Elizabeth Beisel just swam overly with that. She looked absolutely amazing -- you know led from the butterfly all the way into the backstroke. Really looked amazing almost broken American record. And it really cruel part of the evening was Heatley and let -- answer to not get that ain't right for London's when he spoke -- and second to Elizabeth Beisel so she is now a member of your US Olympics when team. She's a rookie on the team never been there before but that's is so great about these Olympic trials is that. -- you expect some people to make the team but there's also people that make the team that you may never heard of and that is so awesome. So course tonight we've got a risky and a veteran on your Olympic team. Okay Amy thanks very much that's it for this inside edge presented by city don't forget foxwoods dot com has you covered Troy your Olympic need some Bryan Webber. We'll see next up.