Two nights down, two more members of the US Olympic Team.

Torri Huske backed up her night one performance in the 100 fly, breaking her own freshly-minted American Record in the final with a time of 55.66 to punch her ticket to the Olympic Games next month. 

The time puts her second in the world this year and she remains the third-fastest performer in history. 

Second-place finisher Claire Curzan will likely head to Tokyo as well, besting Kate Douglass with a time of 56.43. 

Katie Ledecky officially secured her place in Tokyo in the 400 freestyle, touching in with a time of 4:01.27. She was two seconds faster at the Mission Viejo Pro Swim in April, and even said she thought she had gone faster, but regardless did what she needed to do to make her third Olympic team.

Paige Madden, a three-time individual NCAA champion this past season, took a full second off of her personal best to notch a 4:04.86 and likely make it to Tokyo.

World Record holder Lily King cruised to the top spot in a time of 1:04.72. That time is faster than she was four years ago in Rio, when she swam a 1:04.93 to win gold. 

Her teammate Annie Lazor was equally pumped after clocking in at 1:05.37 to post a best time and the second-fastest time in the world this year.

Lydia Jacoby, who is just 17 years old and came home faster than anyone else in the field, clocked in at 1:05.71 in the heat prior. That time is good for fourth fastest in the world this year and sets up quite the showdown in the final. 

Regan Smith proved that she is the woman to beat heading into tonight’s final in the 100 back, as the 19-year-old clocked in at 57.92. It’s the second sub-58 swim of her career and second only to her world record breaking swim of 57.57 at the 2019 World Championships. That record was recently broken by Kaylee McKeown who swam a 57.45 at the Australian Olympic Trials.

The third night of Olympic trials kicks off at 7 p.m. ET on NBCSports.