2019 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE FINALE
- Friday, December 20 – Saturday, December 21, 2019
- 1:00 – 3:00 PM Local Time (U.S. Pacific Time)
- Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino – Las Vegas, NV
- Short Course Meters (SCM) format
- Top 4 qualifying franchises: Energy Standard, London Roar, LA Current, Cali Condors
- Live Stream (ESPN3)
- Day 1 complete results
The Cali Condors’ Caeleb Dressel swam to new American and U.S. Open records in the short course meters 100 free at the 2019 ISL Grand Finale Saturday in Las Vegas.
Dressel won the event in 45.22 (21.65/23.57), taking four tenths off his 45.62 American records and .45 off his 45.69 U.S. Open Record. His previous American record was from the 2018 FINA Short Course World Championships, and the U.S. Open record from the ISL stop in College Park in November.
The short course meters 100 free world record sits at 44.94, done by France’s Amaury Leveaux at the 2013 Short Course World Championships. Dressel was under world record pace at the 50, but fell off slightly.
Friday, Dressel took down Florent Manaudou’s nine-year-old world record in the 50 free, going 20.24.
Watch the 100 free below:
— International Swimming League (@iswimleague) December 21, 2019