In our Weekly Wonders of Age Group Swimming series, we celebrate the swimmers of every age and experience level by profiling several young swimmers.
Australia’s Holly Barratt won the 100 free at Western Australia’s SC Championships just days before she officially rejoined the London Roar roaster for 2020.
Almost half of voters picked Maxime Rooney in our poll picking the top NCAA-to-ISL man, edging out the 38.6% picking Coleman Stewart.
Old Dominion University has added Ross Glegg to its coaching staff. Glegg was previously the graduate assistant at West Virginia, his alma mater.
2016 Olympian Cody Miller has published his latest vlog, detailing the Indiana pro training group’s return to practice at the IU facility.
For a second straight year, California wildfires are bringing up air quality concerns that could affect swim practices and competitions.
The International Swimming League website has announced full rosters for all ten teams in the league’s second season of competition.
The International Swimming League debuted its 2020 rosters in a press conference today, with a few notable names sitting out the season.
Iron turns over a lot of its roster this year, including MVP Vladimir Morozov, but the roster remains focused on tough, enduring athletes.
International Swimming League athletes will make $1500 a month for a ten-month period, with all athletes earning the same base salary.
The Aqua Centurions added Szebaztian Szabo, Marcelo Chierighini, and Pedro Spajari in an effort to beef up its sprint group.
The London Roar came within ten points of winning the inaugural International Swimming League title, and they return most of their top scorers.
The DC Trident took some key personnel losses in the offseason. Reloading with NCAA talents and a couple key ISL free agents was vital, and DC did just that.
The Cali Condors return Caeleb Dressel, but again it’s their women’s roster that really shines after a big signing class of NCAA grads.
The Tokyo Frog Kings grabbed two of the top male ISL veterans: skin race star Vladimir Morozov from Iron and flyer Daiya Seto from Energy Standard.