After making the move to the University of Florida, Katie Ledecky appears revitalized and has a legitimate shot to win four gold medals at 2022 Worlds.
Florian Wellbrock won a single pool medal in Tokyo as he split his focus with open water, but he ended the year with a bang and a World Record…
Americans Regan Smith and Hali Flickinger come into 2022 as medal favorites in multiple events at the Long Course World Championships.
Italian Gregorio Paltrinieri isn’t the dominant force he once was in the men’s distance events, but remains a top medal contender in 2022.
Torri Huske enters 2022 coming off a breakout year in the long course pool that included breaking Dana Vollmer’s American Record in the women’s 100 fly.
Held picked up six medals at the Short Course World Championships in Abu Dhabi, including two relay golds and a pair of individual silvers.
20-year-old Italian Thomas Ceccon emerged as a star of the future in Tokyo, clocking respective times of 52.23 in the 100 back and 47.71 in the 100 free.
Annie Lazor has evolved into one of the best 200 breaststrokers on the planet in recent years, winning bronze in the event at the Tokyo Olympics.
In the final segment of the four-part series, we ponder whether the jackpot system should remain, or should the ISL remove it altogether?
As we continue our analysis of the jackpots in the ISL, we find that, despite them causing massive point swings, ultimately they all blend together.
Italian Alessandro Miressi (pictured) broke 48 seconds an incredible 10 times in the men’s 100 freestyle in 2021.
Do jackpots actually make much of a difference in the outcome of ISL matches? Part 2 of a four-part series looking at the ISL scoring system.
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