Absent 4 of the biggest names on their team, Cate Campbell and the London Roar will try to tread water in Lewisville until their full roster returns.
Iron has announced 25 swimmers for their ISL opener. They’ll feature 2 of the winningest-ever in the FINA World Cup series: Katinka Hosszu (above) and Vlad Morozov.
The LA Current feature the last 2 Olympic gold medalists in the men’s 100 backstroke, including Ryan Murphy (above).
4-time Swedish Olympian Ida Marko-Varga has made her official return to competitive swimming, just in time for the 2020 Rio Olympics.
The New York Breakers have made a last-minute addition to their roster ahead of their ISL debut this weekend in Lewisville, Texas.
Ryan Held, already an Olympic gold medalist, went next-level this summer at US Nationals.
Caeleb Dressel swam back-to-back 21.3s to cruise to victory in the skins race at the end of the ISL meet in Naples, Italy on Sunday.
Sarah Sjostrom and Energy Standard aren’t technically a lock for the Vegas finale yet, but 2-straight wins to open the regular season put them in good shape.
Haughey re-broke National Records in the 50, 100, and 200 meter freestyles after doing the same last weekend in Indianapolis, and added the 50 breast too.
Florent Manaudou, who won the ‘skins’ race at the ISL meet in Indianapolis, thinks Dressel is best-suited for the event in Naples.
Brazilian Bruno Fratus has had a change-of-heart and will join the London Roar, at least in Lewisville, as a threat to win the skins races.
Canada has joined the United States in withdrawing its athletes from open water competition at the 2019 ANOC Beach Games (above – Eric Hedlin)
The new project will feature upgrades to team spaces, including locker rooms, a lounge area, and a snack bar.
10 days before its first intercollegiate meet, Niagara University’s swimming team is without any coaches after Ben Nigro’s departure.
Haley Anderson (above), a 2-time World Champion over 5 kilometers, and Ashley Twichell have withdrawn from the inaugural Beach Games due to safety concerns.