2019 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE – AMERICAN DERBY
- Saturday, November 16 – Sunday, November 17, 2019
- 2:00-4:00 PM Local Time (U.S. Eastern Time)
- Eppley Recreation Center – College Park, MD
- Short Course Meters (SCM) format
- American franchises: Cali Condors, LA Current, DC Trident, New York Breakers
- Live Stream (ESPN3)
- Full Day 1 Results
American swimmer Caeleb Dressel broke the U.S. Open Record in the 100 short course meter freestyle on Sunday at the International Swimming League meet in Maryland. He swam a 45.69 while representing the Cali Condors in the individual event final on Sunday, which broke his old record of 46.21 from Saturday, which came on a relay leadoff.
The U.S. Open Record is the fastest swim done by a swimmer on American soil by a swimmer of any nationality.
His swim broke the old record of 46.22 that was set by Australian Kyle Chalmers earlier this season at the meet in Lewisville.
Chalmers and Dressel previously co-led the ISL and World Rankings this season with matching 45.77s, but both were done in European-hosted meets.
- Dressel, Sunday Record – 21.83 / 23.86 = 45.69
- Dressel, Saturday Record – 22.06 / 24.15 = 46.21
- Chalmers, Old Record – 22.64 / 23.58 = 46.22
Dressel still holds the American Record in 45.62.