Adam Peaty’s ISL Squad Now Named London Roar

On the heels of newly-announced team member additions to the tune of Siobhan-Marie O’Connor, Yuri Kisil and Jeanette Ottesen, the International Swimming League (ISL) Team London has revealed its new name.

Selected from fan-submitted entries, the official ISL Team London Instagram account announced the squad will be now be known as London Roar.

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And our @iswimleague London team name is official! We are LONDON ROAR. We hope you like it! Congratulations to @jakemlampkin who wins our competition. We also have 3 runners up, 2 who suggested ‘London Roars’ & 1 ‘Roar’ – see our FB page for full details #londonroar #ISL2019 #competition

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London Roar is still scheduled to host its ISL meet on November 23-24. Overall, the ISL’s inaugural season is aiming for 8 clubs across the world: 4 in Europe and 4 in the United States. The United States’ team has been the quietest, with no team members’ names having yet been unveiled.

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Cool name. If you listen to Cody millers latest podcast with Margo Geer it sound like she intends to swim in the ISL and Cody has mentioned it to.

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