2020 ISL Semifinal #2 – Day 1 Entry Lists

2020 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE

International Swimming League (ISL) season 2, semifinal #1 wrapped up today in Budapest, which means we move right into semifinal #2 among LA Current, Iron, Toronto Titans and Cali Condors. We know that Energy Standard and London Roar will meet two of these teams in the final next week and every point from every swimmer can prove critical to that end.

With that in mind, the teams comprising this semifinal have written their expected swimmers into the start lists for most of the events. There are a few changeups from last week, primarily on the men’s side.

For instance, Irons’ Thom de Boer will be swimming the 50m free in place of Marco Orsi who raced last week. Andrii Govorov will be taking Sergey Fesikov‘s place alongside Michael Chadwick in the splash n’ dash for Toronto, while Dylan Carter will team up with Kristian Gkolomeev for the LA Condors’ 50m free contingent.

This is the first post-season meet where Cali Condors will compete sans high point-earner Melanie Margalis. Margalis left the Budapest bubble at the end of the regular season, leaving a void in her IM events and 400m free. Hali Flickinger was entered in the 4free in her stead last week and filled the role nicely. She’s back in the lineup for that race again today.

Caeleb Dressel is set to race 4 times today, including the 100m fly, 50m free, 400m free relay and medley relay.

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CanSwim13
15 days ago

Meghan Small not on the start lists, anyone know a reason why not?

Alex
15 days ago

https://ustvgo.tv/cbs-sports-network/
CBS link doesn’t work :/

Lesjones
15 days ago

Dont talk about Torontos 3rd place Rowdy. Pathetic

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After 16 years at a Fortune 1000 financial company, long-time swimmer Retta Race decided to change lanes and pursue her sporting passion. She currently is Coach for the Northern KY Swordfish Masters, a team she started up in December 2013, while also offering private coaching. Retta is also an MBA …

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