Full Team Rosters for Season 3 of the International Swimming League (ISL)

With the 3rd season of the International Swimming League set to kick off on August 26th, we’re taking a look at the final rosters for each ISL Team. 

Cali Condors

The Condors are set to return a majority of their top swimmers, including reigning league MVP Caeleb Dressel, breaststroke ace Lilly King, and backstroke star Olivia Smoliga. Along with Energy Standard, the defending champion Condors should be in a strong position to make it to the finals for the third year in a row. 

Women Men
Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s) Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s)
Lilly King USA Breaststroke Caeleb Dressel USA
Freestyle/Butterfly/IM
Olivia Smoliga USA
Backstroke/Freestyle
Nicolas Fink USA Breaststroke
Kelsi Dahlia USA
Butterfly/Freestyle
Aleksandr Krasnykh Russia Freestyle
Hali Flickinger USA Butterfly/IM Coleman Stewart USA
Backstroke/Freestyle
Molly Hannis USA Breaststroke Eddie (Kuan-Hung) Wang Taiwan Butterfly
Beata Nelson USA IM/Backstroke Khader Baqlah Jordan Freestyle
Erika Brown USA
Freestyle/Butterfly
Marcin Cieslak Poland IM/Butterfly
Kathrin Demler Germany Freestyle Kacper Majchrzak Poland Freestyle
Sherridon Dressel USA Backstroke Mark Szaranek Scottland IM/Butterfly
Emily Escobedo USA Breaststroke Kevin Cordes USA Breaststroke
Natalie Hinds USA Freestyle Townley Haas USA Freestyle
Anastasia Sorokina Russia IM Justin Ress USA
Backstroke/Freestyle
Katerine Savard Canada Butterfly Tomas Peribonio Ecuador IM
Leonie Kullmann Germany Freestyle Brodie Williams Great Britain IM
Maaike de Waard Netherlands Backstroke Jesse Puts Netherlands Freestyle
Marie Pietruschka Germany Freestyle Jose Martinez Mexico IM/Butterfly
Oleg Kostin Russia Butterfly

Energy Standard

Like the Condors, Energy Standard is set to retain a majority of its stars from the first two seasons of the ISL. The team will once-again be led by superstar Sarah Sjostrom, who is coming off of an Olympic silver medal performance in the 50 freestyle and looks to be one of the top swimmers in the league despite an elbow injury in early 2021. Season 2 star Siobhan Haughey will join Sojostrom in the sprint events, giving Energy Standard a tough pair to contend with. 

Women Men
Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s) Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s)
Sarah Sjostrom Sweden
Freestyle/Butterfly
Florent Manaudou France Freestyle
Siobhan Haughey Hong Kong Freestyle Chad Le Clos South Africa
Butterfly/Freestyle
Femke Heemskerk Netherlands Freestyle Ilya Shymanovich Belarus Breaststroke
Emily Seebohm Australia Backstroke Evgenii Rylov Russia Backstroke
Benedetta Pilato Italy Breaststroke Kliment Kolesnikov Russia
Backstroke/Freestyle
Etiene Medeiros Brazil
Backstroke/Freestyle
Felipe Lima Brazil Breaststroke
Simona Kubova Czech Republic Backstroke Benjamin Proud Great Britain
Freestyle/Butterfly
Georgia Davies Great Britain Backstroke James Guy Great Britain
Freestyle/Butterfly/IM
Anastasiya Shkurdai Belarus
Butterfly/Freestyle
Andrei Zhilkin Russia IM/Freestyle
Mary-Sophie Harvey Canada Freestyle Clement Mignon France Freestyle
Boglarka Kapas Hungary Butterfly Kregor Zirk Estonia
Freestyle/Butterfly
Viktoria Gunes Turkey IM/Freestyle Maxim Stupin Russia IM
Madeline Banic USA Butterfly Simonas Bilis Lituania Freestyle
Evgeniia Chikunova Russia Breaststroke Adam Barrett Great Britain Butterfly
Fanny Teijonsalo Finland Freestyle Charlie Swanson USA Breaststroke/IM
Helena Rosendahl Bach Denmark Freestyle Marco De Tullio Italy Freestyle
Janja Segel Slovenia Freestyle Sajan Prakash India
Freestyle/Butterfly
Jessica Vall Montero Spain Breaststroke Travis Mahoney Australia Backstroke

London Roar

London is set to enter season 3 with one of the biggest losses in the entire league as Adam Peaty is sitting out a majority of the ISL season following the Olympic Games. Although he may be back for the play-offs, Peaty has not made it clear if he intends to be back into the pool by then, and he also may not be at his peak if he does decide to swim. London did get a big boost this offseason by regaining a majority of its Australian contingent that had to sit out the 2020 season, including Cate Campbell, Minna Atherton, and Kyle Chalmers

Women Men
Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s) Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s)
Alia Atkinson Jamica Breaststroke Adam Peaty Great Britain Breaststroke
Andi Murez Israel
Freestyle/Backstroke
Christian Deiner Germany Backstroke
Annie Lazor USA Breaststroke Duncan Scott Great Britain Freestyle/IM
Cate Campbell Australia Freestyle Dylan Carter Trinidad Backstroke
Emma Mckeon Australia
Butterfly/Freestyle
Ed Mildred Great Britain Butterfly
Freya Anderson Great Britain Freestyle Guilherme Guido Brazil Backstroke
Ilaria Bianchi Italy Butterfly Katsumi Nakamura Japan Freestyle
Jenna Laukkanen Finland Breaststroke Kenzo Simons Netherlands
Freestyle/Butterfly
Katie Shanahan Scotland Breaststroke Kirill Prigoda Russia Breaststroke
Kim Busch Netherlands
Freestyle/Butterfly
Kyle Chalmers Australia Freestyle
Kira Toussaint Netherlands Backstroke Luke Greenbank Great Britain Backstroke
Laura Lahtinen Finland Freestyle Ross Murdoch Great Britain Breaststroke
Marie Wattel France Butterfly Sam Williamson Australia Breaststroke
Minna Atherton Australia Backstroke Teppei Morimoto Japan Butterfly
Sydney Pickrem Canada IM/Breaststroke Tom Dean Great Britain Freestyle
Valerie Van Roon Netherlands
Freestyle/Breaststroke
Vini Lanza Brazil Butterfly/IM
Zach Incerti Australia
Backstroke/Freestyle

LA Current 

LA managed to pick up one of the most underrated stars in the ISL draft when they drafted Bronte Campbell. The 2015 World Champion in the 100 freestyle should provide a strong leg for their relays and she should combine with American Abbey Weitzeil for a powerful sprint freestyle duo. The team also returns Beryl Gastadello, Ryan Murphy, Tom Shields, and Maxime Rooney, all of whom were major contributors last season. 

Women Men
Athlete Home Country Stroke(s) Athlete Home Country Stroke(s)
Beryl Gastaldello France
Freestyle/Butterfly
Tom Shields USA Butterfly
Abbey Weitzeil USA Freestyle Ryan Murphy USA Backstroke
Alina Zmushka Belarus Breaststroke Breno Correia Brazil Freestyle
Anna Ntountounaki Greece Butterfly Fernando Scheffer Brazil Freestyle
Helena Gasson New Zealand
Butterfly/Freestyle
Maxime Rooney USA
Freestyle/Butterfly
Julia Sebastian Argentina Breaststroke Tomoe Zenimoto Hvas Norway Butterfly
Valentine Dumont Belgium Freestyle William Licon USA Breaststroke/IM
Imogen Clark Great Britain Breaststroke Kristian Gkolomeev Greece Freestyle
Katie McLaughlin USA
Freestyle/Butterfly
Apostolos Christou Greece Backstroke
Anastasiya Gorbenko Israel IM Abrahm DeVine USA IM
Bronte Campbell Australia Freestyle Brett Pinfold USA
Freestyle/Backstroke
Ingrid Wilm Canada Backstroke Christopher Rothbauer Austria Breaststroke
Kathleen Baker USA Backstroke/IM Hector Ruvalcaba Cruz Mexico Freestyle/IM
Kotryna Teterevkova Lithuania Breaststroke Javier Acevedo Canada
Backstroke/Freestyle
Lani Pallister Australia Freestyle Martin Malyutin Russia Freestyle
Madison Wilson Australia
Backstroke/Freestyle
Matthew Wilson Australia Breaststroke
Sara Franceschi Italy IM Ryan Held USA Freestyle
Vladyslav Bukhov Ukraine Freestyle

Iron 

Iron’s biggest star will once again be “Iron-lady” Katinka Hosszu, who is looking to rebound after a poor performance at the Olympic Games. Hosszu, who has been one of the top performers in the league over the past several years, will be joined by Ranomi Kromowidjojo, Kristof Milak, and Emre Sakci. Milak, in particular, is coming off an extremely strong meet in Tokyo, and should challenge Caeleb Dressel in the butterfly events

Women Men
Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s) Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo Netherlands
Freestyle/Butterfly
Guilherme Basseto Brazil Backstroke
Katinka Hosszu Hungary IM/Backstroke Huseyin Emre Sakci Turkey Breaststroke
Alexandra Touretski Switzerland Freestyle Leonardo Coelho Santos Brazil IM
Emilie Beckmann Denmark Butterfly Luiz Melo Brazil Freestyle
Melanie Henique France
Butterfly/Freestyle
Marco Orsi Italy Freestyle/IM
Veronika Andrushenko Russia Freestyle Matt Richards Great Britain Freestyle
Kierra Smith Canada Breaststroke Maxim Lobanovszkij Hungary Freestyle
Maria Ugolkova Switzerland IM Mikhail Vekovishchev Russia Freestyle
Africa Zamorano Sanz Spanish IM/Backstroke Nicholas Santos Brazil
Freestyle/Butterfly
Alys Thomas Great Britain Butterfly Thom de Boer Netherlands Freestyle
Barbora Seemanova Czech Republic Freestyle Robert Glinta Romania Backstroke
Casey Fanz USA Freestyle Erik Persson Sweden Breaststroke
Costanza Cocconcelli Italy Freestyle/IM David zoltan Verraszto Hungary IM
Danielle Hill Ireland Backstroke Andrej Barna Serbia Freestyle
Ingeborg Vassbakk Loyning Norway Backstroke Bernhard Reitshammer Austria IM/Breaststroke
Jenna Strauch Australian Breaststroke Kirill Strelnikov Russia Breaststroke
Silvia Scalia Italy Backstoke Kristof Milak Hungary Butterfly
Lorenzo Mora Italy Backstroke
Lukas Maertens Germany Freestyle

Tokyo Frog Kings

Tokyo made the unusual decision to not retain all of their allotted swimmers, leading to an extremely large draft class. Its hard to tell how this will impact the team, as Dave Salo took a huge gamble with the move. However, he still managed to sign swimmers such as Alessandro Pinzuti, Cassie Wild, Catie DeLoof, Gabby DeLoof, Leah Smith, and Paige Madden. Smith will be another wild-card coming into the season after failing to qualify for the US Olympic Team in any events. 

Women Men
Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s) Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s)
Aly Tetzloff USA
Freestyle/Butterfly
Alessandro Pinzuti Italy Freestyle
Cassie Wild Great Britain Backstroke Bowe Becker USA Freestyle
Catie DeLoof USA Freestyle Christian Quintero Venezuela Freestyle
Chihiro Igarashi Japan Freestyle Daiya Seto Japan IM
Harriet Jones Great Britain Butterfly Daniil Pasynkov Russia Freestyle
Gabby DeLoof USA Freestyle Federico Poggio Italy Breaststroke
Julie Meynen Luxembourg Freestyle Grigory Tarasevich Russia Backstroke
Keanna Macinnes Scottland Butterfly Ivan Girev Russia Freestyle
Leah Gingrich USA
Butterfly/Freestyle
Kanako Watanabe Japan Breaststroke
Leah Smith USA Freestyle/IM Maarten Brzoskowski Netherlands Freestyle
Mallory Comerford USA
Freestyle/Butterfly
Nandor Nemeth Hungary Freestyle
Miranda Tucker USA Breaststroke Pedro Spajari Brazil Freestyle
Paige Madden USA Freestyle Richard Bohus Hungary Backstroke
Suzuka Hasegawa Japan Butterfly Takeshi Kawamoto Japan
Backstroke/Butterfly
Tomomi Aoki Japan Freestyle
Tomoru Honda Japan Butterfly
Vlad Morozov Russia Freestyle
Yasuhiro Koseki Japan Breaststroke
Zac Stubblety-Cook Australia Breaststroke

Toronto Titans

Maintaining a largely Canadian contingent, Toronto did suffer one major loss in the form of Penny Oleksiak. However, they managed to pick uprising star Summer McIntosh, who could be one of the most valuable swimmers in the entire league given her young age and trajectory. The team also returns Kylie Masse, who contributed to a slew of backstroke records this past summer. 

Women Men
Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s) Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s)
Kylie Masse Canada Backstroke Anton McKee Iceland IM/Breaststroke
Candice Hall Great Britain Freestyle Brent Hayden Canada Freestye
Egorova Anna Russia Freestyle Cole Pratt Canada IM/Backstroke
Louise Hansson Sweden
Butterfly/Freestyle
Jay Lelliott Great Britain Freestyle
Michelle Coleman Sweden
Backstroke/Freestyle
Sergey Fesikov Russia Freestyle/IM
Tessa Cieplucha Canada IM Blake Pieroni USA Freestyle
Kelsey Wog Canada Breaststroke Marius Kusch Germany Butterfly
Lisa Bratton USA Backstroke Finlay Knox Canada IM
Anika Apostalon Anika Czech Republic
Backstroke/Freestyle
Max Litchfield Great Britain IM/Freestyle
Larissa Oliveira Brazil Freestyle Yuri Kisil Canada Freestyle
Aimee Wilmott Great Britain IM Shane Ryan Ireland
Backstroke/Freestyle
Chelsea Hodges Australia Breaststroke Alberto Razzetti Italy IM
Dominika Sztandera Poland Breaststroke Fabian Schwingenschlogl Germany Breaststroke
Julia Hassler Lichtenstein
Butterfly/Freestyle
Grigori Pekarski Belarus
Butterfly/Freestyle
Kaersten Meitz USA Freestyle Lorenzo Zazzeri Italy Freestyle
Katarzyna Wasick Poland Freestyle Luc Kroon Netherlands Freestyle
Kayla Sanchez Canada Freestyle/IM Nils Wich-Glasen Germany Breaststroke
Laura Stephens Great Britain IM Tobias Bjerg Denmark Breaststroke
Sara Junevik Sweden
Freestyle/Butterfly
Summer Mclntosh Canada Freestyle

NY Breakers 

The Breakers are under new leadership for this season after Michael Andrew and his family decided to opt-out of the league this season. Andrew was the team’s top scorer for the past two seasons, and will be extremely hard to replace. However, the team still looks strong in the women’s events with 2020 star Abbie Wood returning. 

Women Men
Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s) Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s)
Abbie Wood Great Britain IM/Breaststroke Brandonn Almeida Brazil IM/Freestyle
Ajna Kesely Hungary Freestyle Brendon Smith Australia IM
Alicia Tchorz Poland Backstroke David Popovici Romania Freestyle
Arina Surkova Russia
Freestyle/Butterfly
Elliot Clogg Great Britain
Freestyle/Backstroke
Cornelia Fiedkiewicz Poland Freestyle Felix Auboeck Austria Freestyle
Daria Ustinova Russia Backstroke Jacob Majerski Poland Butterfly
Daryna Zevina Ukraine Backstroke Jacob Whittle Great Britain Freestyle
Lucy Hope Great Britain Freestyle Jakub Kraska Poland Freestyle
Marrit Steenbergen Netherlands Freestyle James Wilby Great Britain Breaststroke
Molly Renshaw Great Britain Breaststroke Joe Litchfield Great Britain
Freestyle/Backstroke
Paulina Peda Poland Backstroke Lewis Clareburt New Zealand IM
Sarah Vasey Great Britain
Freestyle/Breaststroke
Marco Koch Germany Breaststroke
Svetlana Chimrova Russia Butterfly Matthew Temple Australia Butterfly
Daria S Ustinova Russia Freestyle Mewen Tomac France Backstroke
Ana Catarina Martins Cunha Monteiro Portugal Butterfly Philip Heintz Germany IM
Karoline Sorenson Denmark Backstroke Stan Pijnenburg Netherlands Freestyle
Tes Schouten Netherlands Breaststroke Meiron Cheruti Israel
Freestyle/Butterfly
Maxime Grousset France Freestyle

DC Trident 

DC had one of the best picks in the entire draft when they selected rookie swimmer Ryan Hoffer. A versatile star, Hoffer was ranked as the top prospect entering the draft and is the second-fastest SCY 50 freestyle swimmer in history. If anyone is going to challenge Dressel in the freestyle events, Hoffer looks to be the man to do it. The team also got a boost in free agency from Australians Leah Neale and Maddie Groves, both of who may turn out to be huge steals for the Trident. 

Women Men
Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s) Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s)
Anna Hopkin Great Britain Freestyle Andreas Vazaios Greece IM
Isabella Hindley Great Britain Freestyle Zsuzsanna Jakabos Hungary Freestyle/IM
Alexandra DeLoof USA Freestyle Zane Grothe USA Freestyle
Madison Kennedy USA Freestyle Andrew Loy USA Freestyle/IM
Bailey Andison Canada IM Felipe Silva Brazil Breaststroke
Ting Wen Quah Singapore Freestyle, IM Mark Nikolaev Russia Backstroke/IM
Linnea Mack USA
Freestyle/Backstroke
Mohamed Hassan Egypt
Freestyle/Backstroke
Annika Bruhn Germany Freestyle Tommy Cope USA Breaststroke
Brianna Throssell Australia Freestyle Velimir Stjepanovic Serbia Freestyle
Farida Osman Egypt Butterfly Zach Apple USA Freestyle
Joanna Evans Bahamas Freestyle Jacob Pebley USA Backstroke
Klaudia Nazieblo Poland Butterfly Serhii Shevtsov Ukraine Freestyle
Leah Neale Australia Freestyle Zach Harting USA Butterfly
Madeline Groves Australia
Butterfly/Freestyle
Aleksandr Shchegolev Russia Freestyle
Maria Temnikova Russia Breaststroke Camden Murphy USA
Butterfly/Freestyle
Rachel Nicol Canada Breaststroke Cody Miller USA Breaststroke
Tatiana Belonogoff Russia Breaststroke Jay Litherland USA IM
Tristan Hollard Australia Backstroke Ryan Hoffer USA
Freestyle/Butterfly

Aqua Centurions 

Aqua is looking to finish out of the bottom spot for the first time in ISL history. The team returns a majority of its Italian stars, along with Great Britain’s Kathleen Dawson, who has evolved into one of the top backstrokers in the world over the past year. A strong breaststroke/freestyle team, Aqua still lacks some depth in the butterfly and backstroke event. 

Women Men
Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s) Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s)
Arianna Castiglioni Italy Breaststroke Alessandro Miressi Italy Freestyle
Elena de liddo Italy Freestyle Arno Kamminga Netherlands Breaststroke
Fantine Lesaffre France IM Chase Kalisz USA IM
Federica Pellegrini Italy Freestyle Fabio Santi Brazil Backstroke
Holly Barratt Australia
Butterfly/Backstroke
Fabio Scozzoli Italy Breaststroke
Holly Hibbott Great Britain Freestyle Ilya Borodin Russia IM
Kathleen Dawson Great Britain Backstroke Leonardo De Dues Brazil Butterfly
Maria Kameneva Russia
Freestyle/Backstroke
Marcelo Chierghini Brazil Freestyle
Martina Carraro Italy Breaststroke Matteo Ciampi Italy Freestyle
Rika Omoto Japan IM Matteo Rivolta Italy Butterfly
Silvia di pietro Italy
Freestyle/Butterfly
Nicolo Martinegnhi Italy Breaststroke
Simone Sabbioni Italy Backstroke Radoslaw Kawecki Poland Backstroke
Alessia Polieri Italy Butterfly Szebasztian Szabo Serbia/Hungary Butterfly
Laura Taylor Australia Butterfly Thomas Ceccon Italy Freestyle
Martina Caramingoli Italy Freestyle Vladislav Grinev Russia Freestyle
Rozaliya Nasretdinova Russia
Freestyle/Butterfly
Lidon Munoz del Campo Spain Freestyle/IM

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Troyy
2 months ago

CAC or ENS will win again this season. LON’s roster seems a bit small considering they’re gonna be missing some swimmers for part of the season.

Ava
Reply to  Troyy
2 months ago

CAC and ENS look good as favorites.

Admin
Reply to  Troyy
2 months ago

It’s a little difficult to orient, because we still don’t know who will or won’t be at each meet, but one thing seems to be clear: once the playoffs come, the good teams will all get significantly better. So the teams you see in the regular season won’t be the same as the teams you see in the playoffs.

Troyy
Reply to  Braden Keith
2 months ago

It seems possible some of the teams may not even be able to field a full 14 swimmers of each gender early in the season.

Last edited 2 months ago by Troyy
Miss M
2 months ago

Most of the Australian Olympian’s look to be sitting out the opening matches: only Madi Wilson, Leah Neale, Matt Temple, Brendan Smith and Tristan Hollard are in Europe – the rest are in hotel quarantine in Aus!

Jojorab
Reply to  Miss M
2 months ago

and imagine most are not going to do quarantine again…so only those six above will actually take part on ISL

fdoc14
Reply to  Miss M
2 months ago

Some of them have said they are swimming in the ISL but after they go home quickly. Jenna Strauch is one example.

Bruh
2 months ago

Do the “New York” breakers not have any Americans?

Admin
Reply to  Bruh
2 months ago

That’s correct.

Hswimmer
Reply to  Braden Keith
2 months ago

Now that’s funny!

Ghost
Reply to  Braden Keith
2 months ago

Melting pot!

dc trident stan yup yup
Reply to  Braden Keith
2 months ago

i love how the roster is diverse! really represents what new york is since over 800 languages are spoken in nyc alone

Gulliver’s Swimming Travels
Reply to  Bruh
2 months ago

Yeah. I noticed this after the first season. I don’t think a team run, coached, and captained by one family was appealing for most USA swimmers— they all know their reputation.

That said, getting Popovici was a huge score for them. Possibly their best pick ever over these 3 seasons, other than Pernille Blume.

Drama King
Reply to  Gulliver’s Swimming Travels
2 months ago

They have Grousset and Temple too.

Boomer
Reply to  Gulliver’s Swimming Travels
2 months ago

excited to see Popovici in the league. This is gonna help him improve his skills and he’s going to be more invincible man

ALDASP
Reply to  Bruh
2 months ago

Whoa.

Jess
2 months ago

Zsuzsanna Jakabos reading this like 👀👀👀

Also im convinced the writer of this must be even part Scottish to list their swimmers outside of great britain 😂

Khachaturian
2 months ago

I hope the point system are more balanced this time around.

Troyy
Reply to  Khachaturian
2 months ago

I wouldn’t count on it.

Bruh
2 months ago

Typo on Sajan Prakash?

Thomas
2 months ago

Home country, is that training location or international team you represent?

CasualSwimmer
Reply to  Thomas
2 months ago

International team, so your sport nationality

leisurely1:29
2 months ago

Kalisz just kinda gets thrown on to the AQC roster as the lone American😂

whever
Reply to  leisurely1:29
2 months ago

Even AQC has more Americans than NYB lol.

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