Five Women Will Swim the 50 Fly Individual/Skins for ISL Match 7, Day 2


Day 2 Start Lists

Day 2 Lane Assignments

  • Lanes 1&2: Iron (IRO)
  • Lanes 3&4: Toronto Titans (TOR)
  • Lanes 5&6: Cali Condors (CAC)
  • Lanes 7&8: NY Breakers (NYB)


  1. Toronto Titans – 292 points
  2. Cali Condors – 283 points
  3. Iron – 171 points
  4. New York Breakers – 158 points

The battle for first and third place is close entering day two of match seven in Naples. Each team has made some big decisions to ensure their best point pick-ups.

In the women’s butterfly events, Iron’s Ranomi Kromowidjojo is entered only in the 50 fly individual and skins events. For the Condors, Beata Nelson will also swim the 50 fly twice as well as the 100 IM. Joining Nelson in the individual 50 fly will be Maaike de Waard. Fellow Condor Kelsi Dahlia will take on the 50 fly skins as well as the 200 fly, the only two events on her line-up.

Toronto will not be wasting anytime in the women’s 50 fly events as they loaded Titans Louise Hansson and Michelle Coleman for both the individual and skins events. Hansson is scheduled to also swim the 100 IM while Coleman will take on the 100 free.

For the NY Breakers, yesterday’s 50 back winner, Alicja Tchorz, will swim the 50 fly skins as well as the 100 IM. Arina Surkova will also swim the 50 fly skins as well as the individual event.

Toronto is without Summer McIntosh, however, putting Tess Cieplucha and Laura Stephens in both the 200 fly and 400 IM events. During match five, Stephens placed third to McIntosh’s sixth-place finish while McIntosh and Cieplucha finished 2-3 in the 400 IM. With Stephens’ stronger stroke being butterfly, she will likely be able to score those early checkpoint bonus points that McIntosh would earn.

The Condors will also put their best duo in the men’s 50 back skins, Coleman Stewart and Justin Ress. Stewart will also swim the 100 back while Ress will replace absent Caeleb Dressel in the 100 free. Angel Martinez, who primarily swims the 200 fly, will also take on the 50 fly as well as butterfly in Cali’s mixed medley relay.

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Nick Pecoraro started swimming at age 11, instantly becoming drawn to the sport. He was a breaststroker and IMer when competing. After joining SwimSwam, the site has become an outlet for him to research and learn about competitive swimming and experience the sport through a new lenses. He graduated in …

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