Jun 9, 2014, 12:45 PM EST
Michael Phelps is expected to enter the third meet of his comeback in Santa Clara, Calif., next week.
Phelps and Missy Franklin are the headliners for the Santa Clara Grand Prix in a press release from USA Swimming for the June 19-22 meet.
Phelps, 28 and the most decorated Olympian ever with 22 medals, swam competitively for the first time since the London Olympics at meets in Mesa, Ariz., and Charlotte, N.C., in April and May.
He finished second to longtime rival Ryan Lochte in a 100m butterfly in Mesa and won the event in Charlotte, where Lochte didn’t swim due to a knee injury. He also swam the 200m freestyle in preliminaries in Charlotte.
It is not known if Lochte will swim in Santa Clara.
Franklin, 19, is coming off a strong freshman season at California, where she won the 200-yard freestyle NCAA title.
Olympic champions Nathan Adrian, Tyler Clary, Natalie Coughlin, Anthony Ervin, Matt Grevers and Allison Schmitt are also expected to compete in Santa Clara, the final Grand Prix event before the U.S. Championships in Irvine, Calif., from Aug. 6-10.
Phelps is also expected to swim in a meet in Athens, Ga., during the July 11-13 weekend.
The U.S. Championships serve as a selection meet for the biggest international competitions the next two years, the Pan Pacific Championships in Gold Coast, Australia, later in August, and the 2015 World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
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