The best swimmers in the nation will meet in Indianapolis to compete in the Phillips 66 National Swimming Championships. Indiana University Natatorium will be home to five consecutive nights of competition during the event.
Swimmers that will be competing for glory in the Hoosier City include the nation’s top leaders 10-time Olympic medalist and world record holder Katie Ledecky and seven-time Olympic gold medalist and world record holder Caeleb Dressel.
Other major names in sport that will be hitting the pool include 2022 world 200m backstroke bronze medalist Shaine Casas, four-time Olympic medalist Abbey Weitzeil, three-time Tokyo Olympic medalist Regan Smith, Tokyo Olympic 4x100m medley champion Michael Andrew, and two-time Tokyo Olympic champion Bobby Finke.
With a ticket to July’s 2023 World Aquatics Championships in Fukuoka, Japan, on the line, winners in each individual Olympic event, plus the top four finishers in the 100 free and 200 free, will automatically qualify for the U.S. team.
You can find out how to watch the 2023 National Swimming Championships live without cable, below.
How to Watch the 2023 National Swimming Championships Live Without Cable
NBC Sports will have live coverage of the best swimmers competing at this year’s National Swimming Championship. Peacock will present all of the live coverage with encores air on on CNBC and NBC.
Watch the Live on DIRECTV STREAM
Watch the most exciting swimming event of the month with DIRECTV STREAM. The Entertainment package includes NBC, CNBC, and over 75 channels, so viewers can watch for only $74.99 per month. There are no contracts, no hidden fees, and a subscription includes unlimited cloud DVR storage.
New subscribers can take advantage of a 5-day free trial before subscribing.
Watch the National Swimming Championships Live on Sling TV
One of the most affordable ways to watch NBC (in select markets) is with Sling Blue. At the low price of $40 per month, subscribers can watch the network’s portion of the event and over 40 channels with 50 hours of DVR storage to record the biggest moments of the meet. With the News Extra add-on, you can watch the CNBC portion of the competition, and 9 other channels for $6 per month.
New subscribers can get their first month of Sling Blue for only $15 for a limited time.
Watch the National Swimming Championships Live on Fubo
Stream all of the pool action from Indianapolis at the National Swimming Championships and over 100 sporting events are available with the Pro plan from Fubo. The plan includes NBC, and CNBC, plus over 140 channels for only $74.99 per month. Relive your favorite moments during the event and rewatch your favorite shows with 1000 hours and Cloud DVR space.
Watch the National Swimming Championships Live on Peacock
Peacock will stream all of the live coverage of the National Swimming Championships. Watch the event on Peacock for $4.99 per month, or $49.99 per year and you can watch everything else Peacock has to offer. For an ad-free experience, upgrade to Peacock Premium Plus for $9.99 per month, or $99.99 annually.
Watch the National Swimming Championships Live on Hulu + Live TV
Stream CNBC, NBC, and over 85 channels on Hulu + Live TV for $69.99 per month. The service offers unlimited access to the Hulu library, Disney+, and live sports on ESPN+ for no additional charge. Record your favorite shows and sporting events for up to 9 months with unlimited DVR storage.
Watch the National Championships Live on YouTube TV
Stream over 100 channels, including coverage of the National Swimming Championships on NBC and CNBC with YouTube TV for only $72.99 per month. The service includes unlimited DVR and the ability to share 6 accounts per household.
Other Ways to Watch the 2023 National Swimming Championships
Cord cutters will be able to stream on NBCSports.com or the NBC Sports app with sign-in authentication.
2023 National Swimming Championships
|Tues., June 27||7-8:30 p.m.||Peacock (LIVE)|
|Wed., June 28||7-8:45 p.m.||Peacock (LIVE)|
|Thurs., June 29||7-8:45 p.m.||Peacock (LIVE)|
|Fri., June 30||7-8:30 p.m.||Peacock (LIVE)|
|Sat., July 1||1-2 p.m.*||NBC|
|7-8:30 p.m.||Peacock (LIVE)|
|Sun., July 2||Noon-2 p.m.*||NBC|