Ryan Lochte qualifies for Olympic relay team; Missy Franklin on hold

Ryan Lochte is going to Rio, while Missy Franklin will have to wait another day to see whether she will make her second Olympic team.

Lochte failed for the second time to seal a spot in an individual event after finishing fourth overall (1:46.62) in Tuesday's 200-meter freestyle final at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials, but that finish puts him on the relay team for Team USA. Lochte, who is swimming with a nagging groin injury, was previously shut out of the 400 individual medley Sunday.

Townley Hass won the race (1:45.66) to qualify for his first Olympics, while Conor Dwyer finished second (1:45.67)

In the second final of the night, Franklin finished seventh overall (1:00.24) in the women's 100 backstroke. Olivia Smoliga (59.02) and Kathleen Baker (59.29) finished 1-2 to lock up spots for the Olympics. Veteran Natalie Coughlin, who has won 12 career Olymic medals, finished eighth (1:00.48).

Franklin is entered in three more events at the trials in Omaha, Nebraska: the 100 and 200 freestyle and 200 backstroke.