2021 International Swimming League – Match 10, Day 2: Live Recap

2021 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE – SEASON 3, MATCH 10

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DAY 2 LANE ASSIGNMENTS

  • Tokyo Frog Kings – Lanes 1 & 2
  • Aqua Centurions – Lanes 3 & 4
  • Team Iron – Lanes 5 & 6
  • New York Breakers – Lanes 7 & 8

Women’s 100 Freestyle

  1. KROMOWIDJOJO Ranomi IRO 51.99 9.0
  2. SEEMANOVA Barbora IRO 52.31 7.0
  3. KAMENEVA Mariia AQC 52.43 6.0
  4. DELOOF Catie TOK 52.77  5.0
  5. USTINOVA Daria NYB 52.95 4.0
  6. COMERFORD Mallory TOK 53.10 3.0
  7. FIEDKIEWICZ Kornelia NYB 53.34  2.0
  8. di PIETRO Silvia AQC 53.62 1.0

Iron makes a statement with a 1-2 finish by Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Barbor Seemanova for 16 points. The Aqua Centurions–the Match 10 favorites–place just 3rd and 8th for 7 points, while Tokyo and the New York Breakers punctuate one another placing 4th/6th and 5th/7th, respectively. This is the momentum Iron will need if they are to upset the Aqua Centurions for the match win.

Men’s 100 Freestyle

  1. MIRESSI Alessandro AQC 46.31 9.0
  2. CECCON Thomas AQC 46.62 7.0
  3. PIJNENBURG Stan NYB 46.85  6.0
  4. SPAJARI Pedro TOK 46.87 5.0
  5. NEMETH Nandor TOK 46.99 4.0
  6. KRASKA Jakub NYB 47.19  3.0
  7. RICHARDS Matt IRO 47.30 2.0
  8. de BOER Thom IRO 47.70 1.0

The Aqua Centurions answer back with a 1-2 finish of their own led by Alessandro Miressi and Thomas Ceccon who touch in 46.31 and 46.62, respectively. Iron take a hit and only finishes 7th and 8th, while Tokyo gets a solid 4th/5th finish. The New York Breakers get a 3rd-place finish from Stan Pijnenburg and can finally get some momentum.

Women’s 200 Butterfly

  1. CHIMROVA Svetlana NYB 2:04.65 10.0
  2. THOMAS Alys IRO 2:04.85 7.0
  3. UGOLKOVA Maria IRO 2:07.25 6.0
  4. GINGRICH TOK 2:07.38 5.0
  5. MONTEIRO Ana Catarina NYB 2:08.37 4.0
  6. POLIERI Alessia AQC 2:08.94 3.0
  7. TAYLOR Laura AQC 2:09.80 JP
  8. JONES Harriet TOK 2:10.68 JP

Svetlana Chimrova delivers for the New York Breakers with a win and jackpot in the women’s 200 butterfly. Iron gets solid points on the board as well finishing 2nd and 3rd, while the Aqua Centurions and Tokyo take minor hits and will only come away with 5 points and 4 points, respectively.

Chimrova wasn’t necessarily the favorite to win, that was more likely Alys Thomas of Iron, however, Chimrova produced a 31.99 on the final 50 to move from 2nd to 1st and slip past Thomas for the win.

Men’s 200 Butterfly

  1. SETO Daiya TOK 1:51.13 15
  2. de DEUS Leonardo AQC 1:51.31 7
  3. MAJERSKI Jakub NYB 1:53.02 6
  4. MELO Luiz Altamir IRO 1:53.10 5
  5. CIAMPI Matteo AQC 1:54.69 4
  6. VEKOVISHCHEV Mikhail IRO 1:55.67 JP
  7. TEMPLE Matt NYB 1:56.28 JP
  8. BRZOSKOWSKI Maarten TOK 1:56.90 JP

Daiya Seto claimed the victory in the men’s 200 fly, an outcome we had predicted, though Leonardo de Deus of the Aqua Centurions made it close with an excellent back half. Matt Temple from the New York Breakers was the early leader turning first at both the 50- and 100-meter marks, though he faded to 7th and was ultimately jackpotted by Seto. Temple, as well as Iron’s Mikhail Vekovishchev and Tokyo’s Maarten Brzoskowski were all jackpotted, resulting in a 15-point haul for Seto. Iron will come away with 5 point to Tokyo’s 15 points, and the Aqua Centurions will emerge with 11 points, keeping them solidly in the hunt for the match victory.

Women’s 100 Backstroke

  1. PEDA Paulina NYB 57.40 12.0
  2. LOYNING Ingeborg IRO 57.42 7.0
  3. DELOOF Catie TOK 57.71 6.0
  4. DELOOF Gabby TOK 57.86 5.0
  5. BARRATT Holly AQC 57.92 4.0
  6. ZEVINA Daryna NYB 58.13 3.0
  7. LESAFFRE Fantine AQC 1:01.07 -1.0
  8. ZAMORANO Africa IRO DSQ -2

New York’s Paulina Peda grabs a victory and jackpot in the 100 backstroke, just holding off Iron’s Ingeborg Loyning to finish in 57.40 to Loyning’s 57.42. Tokyo nabs a solid 3rd- and 4th-place finish from sisters Catie DeLoof and Gabby DeLoof, netting the Frog Kings 11 points. The Aqua Centurions earn 4 points as well as a 1-point deduction for Fantine Lesaffre failing to make the minimum time standard. Iron’s Africa Zamorano, meanwhile, was disqualified thereby losing taking 2 points away from Iron and dampening Loyning’s 2nd-place finish.

Team Points Update:

  1. Aqua Centurions – 343.5 points
  2. Iron – 284.5 points
  3. Tokyo Frog Kings – 243.0 points
  4. NY Breakers – 178.0 points

Men’s 100 Backstroke

  1. GLINTA Robert IRO 49.60  15.0
  2. RIVOLTA Matteo AQC 50.29 7.0
  3. MORA Lorenzo IRO 50.58 6.0
  4. TARASEVICH Grigory TOK 50.64 5.0
  5. BOHUS Richard TOK 50.68 4.0
  6. TOMAC Mewen NYB 51.93 JP
  7. CLOGG Elliot NYB 52.91 JP
  8. de DEUS Leonardo AQC 54.08 -1

Robert Glinta and Lorenzo Mora place 1-3 for Iron in the men’s 100 backstroke, netting Iron a huge 22 points. The Breakers falter here as both of their swimmers fall victim to Glinta’s jackpot, while 200 fly runner-up Leonardo de Deus of the Aqua Centurions is deducted 1 point for missing the minimum time standard. Tokyo did well to emerge from the race with 9 total points while Aqua will only receive 6 points and New York zero.

Women’s 100 IM

  1. TCHORZ Alicja NYB 58.43 10.0
  2. COCCONCELLI Costanza IRO 58.45 7.0
  3. IGARASHI Chihiro TOK 58.62 6.0
  4. KAMENEVA Mariia AQC 59.215.0
  5. WOOD Abbie NYB 59.36 4.0
  6. OMOTO Rika AQC 59.49 3.0
  7. OHASHI Yui TOK 59.61 2.0
  8. LOYNING Ingeborg IRO 1:05.51 -1

Alicja Tchorz gets it done in the women’s 100 IM, delivering a 58.43 to win the event for the Breakers. Iron’s Costanzan Cocconcelli nearly chased her down but placed 2nd in 58.43. New York’s Abbie Wood, who is much stronger in the 200 and 400 IM, places 5th for 4 points earning New York a total of 14 points in the event.

Men’s 100 IM

  1. ORSI Marco IRO 51.51 9.0
  2. CECCON Thomas AQC 51.84 7.0
  3. MOROZOV Vladimir TOK 52.08 6.0
  4. SANTOS Leonardo IRO 52.21 5.0
  5. LITCHFIELD Joe NYB 52.69  4.0
  6. HEINTZ Philip NYB 52.74  3.0
  7. SCOZZOLI Fabio AQC 52.82  2.0
  8. PASYNKOV Daniil TOK 52.97  1.0

Iron’s Marco Orsi takes the win and 9 points in the men’s 100 IM, getting to the wall ahead of the early leader Thomas Ceccon from the Aqua Centurions. Iron’s other swimmer, Leonardo Santos, places 2nd to haul in a total of 14 points for Iron.

Women’s 100 Breaststroke

  1. CASTIGLIONI Arianna AQC 1:04.09 10.0
  2. CARRARO Martina AQC 1:04.52 7
  3. TUCKER Miranda TOK 1:05.31 6
  4. WATANABE Kanako TOK 1:05.35 5
  5. RENSHAW Molly NYB 1:05.37 4
  6. HULKKO Ida IRO 1:05.48 3
  7. VASEY Sarah NYB 1:06.34 2
  8. STRAUCH Jenna IRO 1:06.67 JP

Arianna Castiglioni and Martina Carraro deliver a 1-2 finish for the Aqua Centurions in the women’s 100 breaststroke, and Tokyo’s Miranda Tucker and Kanako Watanabe place 3rd and 4th netting the Frog Kings a total of 11 points. Castiglioni jackpots Iron’s Jenna Strauch and earns 10 points, putting Aqua’s event total at 17 points.

Men’s 100 Breaststroke

  1. KAMMINGA Arno AQC 56.46 12.0
  2. KOSEKI Yasuhiro TOK 56.66 7
  3. MARTINENGHI Nicolo AQC 56.99 6
  4. REITSHAMMER Bernhard IRO 57.29 5.0
  5. PINZUTI Alessandro TOK 57.35 4.0
  6. PERSSON Erik IRO 57.68 3.0
  7. KOCH Marco NYB 58.81 JP
  8. WILBY James NYB 1:00.45 -1

Though Tokyo’s Yasuhiro Koseki had the early lead it was Aqua’s Arno Kamminga who got the win in 56.46. Aqua’s Nicolo Martinenghi placed 3rd while Tokyo’s Alessandro Pinzuti finished 3rd. Kamminga jackpots both Marco Koch and James Wilby of the New York Breakers to earn 12 points, putting Aqua’s event total at 18 points. Because Wilby failed to meet the minimum time standard New York is deducted a point.

Women’s 50 Butterfly

  1. BARRATT Holly AQC 25.28 10.0
  2. KROMOWIDJOJO Ranomi IRO 25.30 7.0
  3. HENIQUE Melanie IRO 25.37 6.0
  4. di LIDDO Elena AQC 25.69 5.0
  5. TETZLOFF Aly TOK 25.874.0
  6. CHIMROVA Svetlana NYB 26.02 3.0
  7. PEDA Paulina NYB 26.09 2.0
  8. JONES Harriet TOK 26.39 JP

In what might be a preview of the women’s 50 skins later, Aqua’s Holly Barratt blasts a 25.28 to win the women’s 50 butterfly, barely out-touching Iron’s Ranomi Kromowidjojo by 0.02. Iron’s Melanie Henique places 2nd to give Iron a total of 13 points versus Aqua’s 16 points. Tokyo will only come away with 4 points and the New York Breakers 5 points.

Men’s 50 Butterfly

  1. SANTOS Nicholas IRO 21.83 24.0
  2. SZABO Szebasztian AQC 22.41 7.0
  3. RIVOLTA Matteo AQC 22.63 6.0
  4. TEMPLE Matt NYB 22.85 JP
  5. KAWAMOTO Takeshi  TOK 22.90 JP
  6. VEKOVISHCHEV Mikhail IRO 23.01 JP
  7. BOHUS Richard  TOK 23.55 JP
  8. KRASKA Jakub NYB 23.77 JP

Iron’s Nicholas Santos scared both the ISL Record and the World Record in the men’s 50 butterfly, producing a 21.83 to win the race and jackpot 5 other swimmers, coming away with a total of 24 points. The Aqua Centurions placed 2nd and 3rd to net them a total of 13 points, meanwhile Tokyo and New York earn zero points in this event. Santos’ swim registers as the 6th-fastest performance all-time in the 50 butterfly. Only Santos himself and German Steffen Deibler have been faster–Deibler never swam the race in the ISL but was the World Record holder from 2009 to 2018 when Santos broke it at a FINA World Cup meet in Budapest.

Women’s 200 Freestyle

  1. SEEMANOVA Barbora IRO 1:53.31 9.0
  2. PELLEGRINI Federica AQC 1:53.82 7.0
  3. STEENBERGEN Marrit NYB 1:55.31 6.0
  4. ANDRUSENKO Veronika IRO 1:55.43 5.0
  5. IGARASHI Chihiro TOK 1:55.51 4.0
  6. MADDEN Paige TOK 1:55.58 3.0
  7. USTINOVA Daria NYB 1:55.97 2.0
  8. S HIBBOTT Holly AQC 1:56.70 1.0

Iron’s Barbora Seemanova led the entire way in the women’s 200 freestyle, fending off a late charge from Aqua’s Federica Pellegrini. Tokyo is completely shut out of the top-4 and places 5th and 6th for a total of 7 points. The New York Breakers earn 8 points in this race versus Iron’s 14 points and Aqua’s 8 points.

Men’s 200 Freestyle

  1. LITCHFIELD Joe NYB 1:43.04 9.0
  2. RICHARDS Matt IRO 1:43.11 7.0
  3. CIAMPI Matteo AQC 1:43.28 6.0
  4. MELO Luiz Altamir IRO 1:43.67 5.0
  5. QUINTERO Cristian TOK 1:43.81 4.0
  6. GRINEV Vladislav AQC 1:44.28 3.0
  7. NEMETH Nandor TOK 1:44.51 2.0
  8. SMITH Brendon NYB 1:44.76 1.0

Joe Litchfield of the New York Breakers stormed home in a 25.93 in the men’s 200 freestyle to get the win by a mere 0.07 over Iron’s Matt Richards. Richards also had a solid final 50 with a 26.39, and both Litchfield and Richards, as well as Aqua’s Matteo Ciampi, overtook Iron’s Luiz Altamir Melo who had led for the first 150 meters. New York’s Brendon Smith, however, places 8th meaning the Breakers come away with 10 points versus 12 for Iron. The Aqua Centurions will earn 8 points and Tokyo just 6 points.

Mixed 4 x 100 Medley Relay

  1. AQC – Aqua Centurions 3:35.96 20.0
  2. IRO – Iron 3:36.00 14.0
  3. AQC – Aqua Centurions 3:37.25 12,0
  4. IRO – Iron 3:37.75 10.0
  5. TOK – Tokyo Frog Kings 3:37.82 8.0
  6. TOK – Tokyo Frog Kings 3:41.15 6.0
  7. NYB – NY Breakers 3:41.80 4.0
  8. NYB – NY Breakers 3:44.75 -2

The Aqua Centurions dominated the mixed medley relay with 1st- and 3rd-place finishes. Iron also did well to place 2nd and 4th, though Aqua will come away with 32 points to Iron’s 24 points. The New York Breakers really struggled here and only come away with 2 points–the Breakers placed 7th and 8th, however, their second relay failed to meet the minimum time standard, resulting in a 2-point deduction. Even so, Jakub Majerski produced a 49.28 butterfly split on New York’s “B” relay, however, Tes Schouten only managed a 1:08.39 on the breaststroke, dooming the team.

Women’s 400 IM

  1. OHASHI Yui TOK  4:28.33 19.0
  2. WOOD Abbie NYB 4:29.63 10.0
  3. UGOLKOVA Maria IRO 4:36.31 7.0
  4. ZAMORANO Africa IRO 4:36.76  7.0
  5. MADDEN Paige TOK 4:37.67 10.0
  6. POLIERI Alessia AQC 4:38.88 JP
  7. LESAFFRE Fantine AQC 4:40.50 JP
  8. MONTEIRO Ana Catarina NYB 4:45.88 JP

Tokyo’s Yui Ohashi uncharacteristically lost the lead on the backstroke during the women’s 400 IM, but her breaststroke and freestyle splits more than made up for it, earning her the win. Tokyo’s Paige Madden hit the 200-meter checkpoint first to earn an additional 6 points while Ohashi would turn 2nd at 200 meters, earning an additional 4 points. New York’s Abbie Wood earned 3 points at the 200-meter turn and placed 2nd overall in the race to earn a total of 10 points. Tokyo was the big winner in this race though as the Frog Kings come away with 29 points. The Aqua Centurions, meanwhile, earn zero points as both swimmers fall victim to Ohashi’s jackpot.

Men’s 400 IM

  1. SETO Daiya TOK 3:58.65 19.0
  2. BORODIN Ilia AQC 4:00.74 11.0
  3. KALISZ Chase AQC 4:03.99 +5.34 6.0
  4. ALMEIDA Brandonn NYB 4:05.52 8.0
  5. SANTOS Leonardo IRO 4:06.58 4.0
  6. PASYNKOV Daniil TOK 4:06.85 3.0
  7. SMITH Brendon NYB 4:10.45 JP

Tokyo’s Daiya Seto producted a 3:58.65 to win the men’s 400 IM and put up the fastest time of the season thus far. The Aqua Centurions duo of Ilia Borodin and Chase Kalisz placed 2nd and 3rd to earn Aqua a total of 17 points. New York’s Brendon Smith, who has won this event twice this season, placed 8th in 4:10.45 and had his points stolen by Seto.

Team Points Update:

  1. Aqua Centurions 498.5
  2. Iron 448.5
  3. Tokyo Frog Kings 382.0
  4. NY Breakers 262.0

Women’s 50 Butterfly Skins

Quarter-Final

  1. BARRATT Holly AQC 25.31 9.0
  2. KROMOWIDJOJO Ranomi IRO 25.49 7.0
  3. HENIQUE Melanie IRO 25.74 6.0
  4. di LIDDO Elena AQC 25.81 5.0
  5. TCHORZ Alicja NYB 25.84 4.0
  6. TETZLOFF Aly TOK 3.0
  7. DELOOF Catie TOK 2.0
  8. PEDA Paulina NYB 1.0

Aqua’s Holly Barratt, winner of the 50 fly earlier, produced a 25.31 to win the first round of the women’s 50 fly skins. Iron’s Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Melanie Henque both advance to the semi-final round  while Elena di Liddo places 4th for Aqua to also advance. Both swimmers from Tokyo and New York are eliminated.

Semi-Final

  1. KROMOWIDJOJO Ranomi IRO 26.12 9.0
  2. BARRATT Holly AQC 26.29 7.0
  3. HENIQUE Melanie IRO 26.50
  4. di LIDDO Elena AQC 26.98

Kromowidjojo and Barratt advance to the third and final round. If Kromowidjojo can win that will provide major momentum to Iron, helping to narrow the gap between first and second.

Final

  1. KROMOWIDJOJO Ranomi IRO 26.12 14.0
  2. BARRATT Holly AQC 26.29 7.0

Though Barratt had the lead at the 25-meter turn, Kromowidjojo roared home to win the final of the 50 skins and win the 14 points. Barratt was close enough that she did not get jackpotted though.

Men’s 50 Freestyle Skins

Quarter-Final

  1. MOROZOV Vladimir 21.21 9.0
  2. MIRESSI Alessandro 21.25 6.5  / de BOER Thom 21.25 6.5
  3. SZABO Szebasztian 21.27 5.0
  4. ORSI Marco IRO 21.33 4.0
  5. TEMPLE Matt NYB 21.42 3.0
  6. PIJNENBURG Stand NYB 21.46 2.0
  7. SPAJARI Pedro TOK 21.55 1.0

Vladimir Morozov narrowly edges out Thom de Boer, Alessandro Miressi and Szebasztian Szabo dominated the first round of the men’s 50 freestyle skins, producing 21.21, 21.25, and 21.27 finishes, respectively. No swimmers from the New York Breakers will advance, sealing their fate for another 4th-place team finish.

Semi-Final

  1. de BOER Thom IRO 21.96 14.0
  2. MIRESSI Alessandro AQC 22.24 7.0
  3. SZABO Szebasztian AQC 6.0
  4. MOROZOV Vladimir TOK 22.85

Iron’s Thom de Boer was the only swimmer under 22 seconds in the second round of the skins and will advance onto the final. Aqua’s Alessandro Miressi places 2nd in 22.24 and will also advance. Despite the early momentum shown in the first round, Tokyo’s Vladimir Morozov falls to 4th ad has his points stole by de Boer who will come away with 14 points. No matter what happens now, the Aqua Centurions are going to get their first-ever team win.

Final

  1. de BOER Thom 22.86 14.0
  2. MIRESSI Alessandro 23.49 7.0

Iron’s Thom de Boer produced a 22.86 to win the men’s 50 skins, though he does not claim a jackpot over Miressi. Miressi’s 7 points will buoy the Aqua Centurions’ total and leave them on top of the match team standings.

Final Team Standings

  1. Aqua Centurions – 570 points
  2. Team Iron – 537 points
  3. Tokyo Frog Kings – 397 points
  4. New York Breakers – 272 points

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Just give the trophy to the condors already
1 month ago

Lol

NKS
1 month ago

Standing after men’s 200 free:

  1. Aqua Centurions 449.5
  2. Iron 404.5
  3. Tokyo Frog Kings 317.0
  4. NY Breakers 242.0
maverick1993
1 month ago

any live streams?

Yoo
Reply to  maverick1993
1 month ago
Swimfan
Reply to  Yoo
1 month ago

Can you please write the link of the overall website ? It’s not accessible from a PC.

Yoo
Reply to  Swimfan
1 month ago

It’s on bein sports premium 3 but Match is basically finished now but here:
https://samitvhd.com/bein-sports/

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Yoo
Reply to  Swimfan
1 month ago

Pretty sure they show every match on bein sports so you can use it to watch next weeks play in match.

Wave 1.5 Qualifier
Reply to  maverick1993
1 month ago

Thinking this Recap page is as close as I’ll get to one over any fall weekend.

Just give the trophy to the condors already
1 month ago

Smith looked so off on that 400 IM

Yoo
1 month ago

Not looking good for London, Peaty finished joint 2nd on strictly last night, someone please bribe the judges or something.

Ghost
Reply to  Yoo
1 month ago

His performance is more exciting than this whole round at ISL

NKS
Reply to  Yoo
1 month ago

Peaty is strong but I don’t think that he would save London alone. BTW, London is in the play-off, I think this is the goal of each team. That play-off will be a different race.
But big stars are missing from everywhere, and lot of swimmers are just back to the pool after Tokyo. We will see, the force of the teams can be so different in the next round. We will see which team will be in good shape.

Chris
Reply to  NKS
1 month ago

I think Peaty would lead to beating EMS last weekend and very very close this. He lets London win mixed medley relay and possibly men’s medley relay plus taking points in all breaststroke events. He’s at least a 40 point swing to ENS

Swimmerfromjapananduk
Reply to  Chris
1 month ago

Peaty vs seto would be great to see

NKS
Reply to  Chris
1 month ago

I agree that with him London has better chance and hé would score some vulnerable point from the opponents. But in your description there are to many “If” for me. We don’t know how would he swim after the Tokyo. I think some of the biggest stars needs a rest after olimpics, not Just for they body, but for their minds. He deserved some rest and maybe this dancing competition makes him more motovated and enjoys swimming more.
On the other hand I would love to see him race again and cheering for him to come back asap. But still not believe he would have made some difference alone. London is in the next round this is all that… Read more »

Rafael
1 month ago

Old Man still jackpoting people half his age

Bruh
Reply to  Rafael
1 month ago

Santos is nuts

Spectatorn
1 month ago

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NKS
1 month ago

For me it’s looks like Iron’s women and Aqua’s men bottle for the victory. But Aqua’s women team is more stable and consistant than Iron’s men squad. Aqua’s advantage is in relays.

Swimmerfromjapananduk
Reply to  NKS
1 month ago

Their men’s breaststroke is solid but kinda lacks everywhere else

Bruh
Reply to  NKS
1 month ago

Aqua bottle, lol

NKS
Reply to  Bruh
1 month ago

Lol, I did not notice this typo.

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Reid Carlson

Reid Carlson originally hails from Clay Center, Kansas, where he began swimming at age six.  At age 14 he began swimming club year-round and later with his high school team, making state all four years.  He was fortunate enough to draw the attention of Kalamazoo College where he went on to …

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