ISL Season 2: Full Rosters Revealed For All 10 Teams

The International Swimming League has announced full rosters for all ten teams in the league’s second season of competition.

The rosters were revealed on the ISL website ahead of this morning’s press conference for Season 2, though there is still plenty of fluctuating going on with all of these rosters.

Energy Standard

  • Coach: James Gibson
  • GM: Jean-Francois Salessy

Women:

  • Sarah Sjostrom
  • Siobhan Haughey
  • Femke Heemskerk
  • Breeja Larson
  • Emily Seebohm
  • Pernille Blume
  • Zsuzsanna Jakabos
  • Georgia Davies
  • Anastasiya Shkurdai
  • Imogen Clark
  • Mary-Sophie Harvey
  • Viktoria Gunes
  • Tamara van Vliet
  • Maddy Banic
  • Lucy Hope

Men:

  • Florent Manaudou
  • Chad le Clos
  • Ilya Shymanovich
  • Evgenii Rylov
  • Kliment Kolesnikov
  • Felipe Lima
  • Ben Proud
  • Kregor Zirk
  • Max Litchfield
  • Maxim Stupin
  • Simonas Bilis
  • Sergii Shevtsov
  • Danas Rapsys
  • Andrius Sidlauskas
  • Matt Grevers
  • Andrey Zhilkin

London Roar

  • Coach: Melanie Marshall
  • GM: Rob Woodhouse

Women:

  • Minna Atherton
  • Emma McKeon
  • Cate Campbell
  • Sydney Pickrem
  • Alia Atkinson
  • Annie Lazor
  • Marie Wattel
  • Holly Hibbott
  • Holly Barratt
  • Kira Toussaint
  • Bronte Campbell
  • Siobhan-Marie O’Connor
  • Freya Anderson
  • Anna Hopkin
  • Mariia Kameneva
  • Aimee Wilmott

Men:

  • Kyle Chalmers
  • Guilherme Guido
  • Andreas Vazaios
  • Adam Peaty
  • Duncan Scott
  • Kirill Prigoda
  • Elijah Winnington
  • Vini Lanza
  • James Guy
  • Christian Diener
  • Marius Kusch
  • Matthew Wilson
  • Tom Dean
  • Alex Graham
  • Luke Greenbank
  • Mikhail Vekovishchev

Iron

  • Coach: Jozsef Nagy
  • GM: Dorina Szekeres

Women:

  • Katinka Hosszu
  • Ranomi Kromowidjojo
  • Veronika Andrusenko
  • Mireia Belmonte
  • Jenna Laukkanen
  • Jessica Hansen
  • Maria Ugolkova
  • Valerie van Roon
  • Emilie Beckmann
  • Melanie Henique
  • Isabella Hindley
  • Caroline Pilhatsch
  • Tatjana Schoenmaker
  • Daria K. Ustinova
  • Daryna Zevina

Men:

  • Robert Glinta
  • Ross Murdoch
  • Guilherme Bassetto
  • Ramon Klenz
  • Maixm Lobanovszkij
  • Artsiom Machekin
  • Clement Mignon
  • Marco Orsi
  • Oussama Sahnoune
  • Emre Sakci
  • Nicholas Santos
  • Leonardo Santos
  • Thom de Boer
  • Yakov Toumarkin
  • Kristof Milak
  • David Verraszto

Aqua Centurions

  • Coach: Matteo Giunta
  • GM: Alessandra Guerra

Women:

  • Martina Carraro
  • Elena di Liddo
  • Federica Pellegrini
  • Madeline Groves
  • Silvia Scalia
  • Ilaria Bianchi
  • Arianna Castiglioni
  • Larissa Oliveira
  • Silvia di Pietro
  • Sara Franceschi
  • Etiene Medeiros
  • Lidon Munoz

Men:

  • Szebaztian Szabo
  • Breno Correia
  • Fabio Scozzoli
  • Matteo Rivolta
  • Simone Sabbioni
  • Philip Heintz
  • Travis Mahoney
  • Marcelo Chierighini
  • Alessandro Miressi
  • Pedro Spajari
  • Matteo Ciampi
  • Leonardo de Deus
  • Luiz Altamir Melo
  • Nicolo Martinenghi
  • Gabriel Santos

Tokyo Frog Kings

  • Coach: Dave Salo
  • GM: Kosuke Kitajima

Women:

  • Simona Kubova
  • Catie DeLoof
  • Reona Aoki
  • Suzuka Hasegawa
  • Chihiro Igarashi
  • Runa Imai
  • Anna Ntountounaki
  • Yui Ohashi
  • Natsumi Sakai
  • Aya Sato
  • Sakiko Shimizu
  • Rio Shirai
  • Miho Teramura
  • Leah Smith
  • Ai Soma

Men:

  • Vladimir Morozov
  • Daiya Seto
  • Markus Thormeyer
  • Bruno Fratus
  • Shinri Shioura
  • Cristian Quintero
  • Kosuke Hagino
  • Ryosuke Irie
  • Takeshi Kawamoto
  • Yuki Kobori
  • Yasuhiro Koseki
  • Kosuke Matsui
  • Katsuhiro Matsumoto
  • Naoki Mizunuma
  • Shoma Sato

Cali Condors

  • Coach: Jeff Julian
  • GM: Jason Lezak

Women:

Men:

LA Current

  • Coach: David Marsh
  • GM: Lenny Krayzelburg

Women:

Men:

DC Trident

  • Coach: Cyndi Gallagher
  • GM: Kaitlin Sandeno

Women:

Men:

NY Breakers

  • Coach: Martin Truijens
  • GM: Tina Andrew

Women:

Men:

Toronto Titans

  • Coach: Byron MacDonald
  • GM: Robert Kent

Women:

  • Kayla Sanchez
  • Kylie Masse
  • Kelsey Wog
  • Lisa Bratton
  • Rebecca Smith
  • Emily Overholt
  • Anika Apostalon
  • Jocelyn Ulyett
  • Michelle Coleman
  • Anna Egorova
  • Anastasia Fesikova
  • Louise Hansson
  • Julie Meynen
  • Claire Fisch
  • Tess Cieplucha

Men:

  • Michael Chadwick
  • Blake Pieroni
  • Yuri Kisil
  • Finlay Knox
  • Mack Darragh
  • Shane Ryan
  • Andriy Govorov
  • Aleksandr Krasnykh
  • Sergey Fesikov
  • Cole Pratt
  • Anton McKee
  • Brent Hayden
  • Alberto Razzetti
  • Erik Persson
  • Jay Lelliot

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Swimmy1
13 days ago

No ledecky this year?

Oldbay
Reply to  Swimmy1
13 days ago

No Adrian either

PVSFree
Reply to  Oldbay
13 days ago

Maybe Adrian has some concerns exposing himself to a bunch of people during a pandemic after his cancer treatments? I have to imagine there’s at least somewhat of a higher risk for him, but I’m not sure

Old Man Chalmers
Reply to  Swimmy1
13 days ago

only an asset in the 200, 400 free and 400 im. her lineup doesnt complement the isl format well

Monteswim
Reply to  Swimmy1
13 days ago

Cody Miller?

Derek
Reply to  Monteswim
13 days ago

With the baby due in November, I feel he is holding out to spend time with family

Silent Observer
Reply to  Monteswim
13 days ago
Frog king superfan
Reply to  Swimmy1
13 days ago

Well ledecky only raced one meet the whole season. I can’t see a team saying it’s worth paying her a large salary to swim a single meet and win one event- 400 free plus maybe doing well in the 400im and 200 free. She’s also just not very helpful on relays.

Gator
13 days ago

Not a top tier sprinter

Hmmmm
13 days ago

Anyone else think 4×50 relays would be awesome to include? Imagine Manaudou, Proud, Kolesnikov, Bilis for a 200 free relay.

N P
Reply to  Hmmmm
13 days ago

Three of them are finalists from Rio – that’s pretty crazy to be on a relay together.

Moddiddle
Reply to  Hmmmm
13 days ago

What about women’s? C1 C2 Hopkin kameneva? That’s half of Gwangju’s 50 free finalists

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