Energy Standard Announces Roster For Indy, Italy ISL Stops

The Energy Standard team has announced its roster for the opening two weekends of the International Swimming League, bringing us to 3/4 announced rosters.

Energy Standard will have almost all of its star power in Indianapolis this weekend. Daiya Seto is the main absence, and he also won’t compete in Naples next weekend.

The only team in Group A that has not yet released a roster is the Aqua Centurions.

Energy Standard Roster

Indianapolis:

Women Men
Sarah Sjostrom Chad le Clos
Georgia Davies Ben Proud
Viktoria Gunes Florent Manaudou
Emily Seebohm Kregor Zirk
Imogen Clark Simonas Bilis
Kierra Smith Sergii Shevtsov
Rebecca Smith Ilya Shymanovich
Penny Oleksiak Kliment Kolesnikov
Kayla Sanchez Maxim Stupin
Anastasiya Shkurdai Evgeny Rylov
Femke Heemskerk Ivan Girev
Mary-Sophie Harvey Mykhailo Romanchuk
Charlotte Bonnet Anton Chupkov

Naples:

Women Men
Sarah Sjostrom Chad le Clos
Georgia Davies Ben Proud
Viktoria Gunes Florent Manaudou
Emily Seebohm Kregor Zirk
Imogen Clark Simonas Bilis
Kierra Smith Sergii Shevtsov
Rebecca Smith Ilya Shymanovich
Penny Oleksiak Kliment Kolesnikov
Kayla Sanchez Maxim Stupin
Anastasiya Shkurdai Evgeny Rylov
Femke Heemskerk Ivan Girev
Mary-Sophie Harvey Mykhailo Romanchuk
Charlotte Bonnet Anton Chupkov
Fantine Lesaffre

The two absences from both meets are Seto and Max Litchfield. Fantine Lesaffre will not compete in Indianapolis, but will join the team in Naples for the second meet.

 

From our previous reporting:

Cali Condors Roster

Indy:

WOMEN MEN
Ariarne Titmus Andrew Wilson
Hali Flickinger Anton Ipsen
Kasia Wasik Bowen Becker
Kelsey Wog Jan Świtkowski
Kelsi Dahlia John Shebat
Kylie Masse Justin Ress
Lilly King Kacper Majchrzak
Mallory Comerford Mark Szaranek
Melanie Margalis Mitch Larkin
Molly Hannis Nic Fink
Natalie Hinds
Radosław Kawęcki
Olivia Smoliga Townley Haas
Signe Bro

Naples:

WOMEN MEN
Ariarne Titmus Andrew Wilson
Kasia Wasik Anton Ipsen
Kelsey Wog Bowen Becker
Kelsi Dahlia Caeleb Dressel
Kylie Masse Jan Świtkowski
Lilly King John Shebat
Mallory Comerford Justin Ress
Megan Kingsley Kacper Majchrzak
Melanie Margalis Mark Szaranek
Molly Hannis Mitch Larkin
Natalie Hinds Nic Fink
Olivia Smoliga
Radosław Kawęcki
Signe Bro

DC Trident Roster

Indy:

WOMEN MEN
Anika Apostalon Abrahm DeVine
Annika Bruhn Andreas Vazaios
Bethany Galat Cody Miller
Brianna Throssell Giles Smith
Emma Barksdale Ian Finnerty
Katie Ledecky Jay Litherland
Leiston Pickett Jérémy Stravius
Lia Neale Robert Howard
Lisa Bratton Tristan Hollard
Madison Kennedy Velimir Stjepanovic
Natalie Coughlin Zach Apple
Sarah Gibson Zach Harting
Simoa Kubova Zane Grothe
Siobhán Haughey

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Owlmando
3 years ago

Do the teams compete for a combined score?

Admin
Reply to  Owlmando
3 years ago

They do.

There are 3 systems referred to as “points” by the ISL, and I think it’s very confusing and that they should change the names of 2 of them.

One set of points earns you money.
A whole other set of points earns your team a finish place in the meet
And a 3rd set of points is awarded based on teams’ finishes in the meet that determines the standings in the league.

It’s like pointception. A Russian nesting doll of points. Points on points on points.

H.H
3 years ago

let’s say one of the relays broke the world record, what that record is going to show up as next time you watch the race? By their nationalities? by the club?

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Reply to  Jared Anderson
3 years ago

Can a mixed-nationality relay record get ratified in general, in Fina-approved meets?

Jeff
Reply to  H.H
3 years ago

It will be by the club. I assume it will be counted as an ISL record and separate to the world records.

Admin
Reply to  H.H
3 years ago

(And, even if FINA was ratifying World Records from this meet, these wouldn’t count – FINA Rule SW 12.4, under World Records: SW 12.4 Members of relay teams must be of the same nationality.)

H.H
Reply to  Braden Keith
3 years ago

but it also doesn’t make any sense to see the championship record (CR) to be faster than a world record (WR)

Admin
Reply to  H.H
3 years ago

Based on Konstantin Grigorishin’s public comments, I don’t think that the ISL is going to put much focus on records of any kind, but especially World Records.

Yozhik
Reply to  Braden Keith
3 years ago

Therefore these penalties on poor performance were set to prevent these meets becoming a farce.
At its first seasons ISL is trying to avoid direct confrontation with FINA by interfering with swimmers’ preparation plans for the major event of the season. Especially in Olympic year.

Jeff
3 years ago

I see Energy Standard have got Kolesnikov. Interesting to see they chose Gunes considering she isn’t exactly a great athlete now. Girev should be helpful for relays and not sure about Mary-Sophie Harvey

Admin
Reply to  Jeff
3 years ago

I think there was a serious problem for teams finding willing female IMers who can hit the standards. If you start looking through the list at the number of swimmers from Asia (who generally have declined to participate), or who have otherwise withdrawn for health reasons or other public reasons, you can see that you start getting really deep into the rankings really quickly.

Jeff
Reply to  Braden Keith
3 years ago

I mean Gunes isn’t an awful choice for the IMs because she did make semi finals in the 200 IM at worlds. Harvey is a bit of a question mark though.

CanSwim13
3 years ago

That 4×1 medley for the women is gonna be fun

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