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2019 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE: GROUP A, MATCH 1

Reported by Anne Lepesant.

WOMEN’S 50 FLY

  1. Sarah SJOSTROM – Energy Standard – 25.16
  2. Brianna THROSSELL – DC Trident – 25.56
  3. Kelsi DAHLIA – Cali Condors – 25.57
  4. Anastasiya SHKURDAI – Energy Standard – 26.04
  5. Elena di LIDDO – Aqua Centurions – 26.05
  6. Natalie HINDS – Cali Condors – 26.11
  7. Silvia di PIETRO – Aqua Centurions – 26.53
  8. Natalie COUGHLIN – DC Trident – 27.01

Sarah Sjostrom won her 4th individual event ahead of Brianna Throssell and Kelsi Dahlia. Sjostrom stopped the clock at 25.16, dominating the field in yet another event. Throssell managed to touch out Dahlia by 1/100, taking second place with 25.56. Energy Standard picked up more points when Anastasiya Shkurdai slipped ahead of Aqua Centurions’ Elena de Liddo, 26.04 to 26.05, for fourth place.

Sarah Sjostrom won her 4th individual event of the meet with the victory in the women’s 50 butterfly, now making her MVP status undisputed. Anastasiya Shkurdai placed 4th, bringing the Energy Standard total points in the race to 14. Sjostrom’s total points for the meet now stands at 80.

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Swammer

Legend

Superfan

So well spoken!

Phil

She should just swim masters!

Coach John

she’s earned her “I’ll do whatever I like” card years ago….

Kathleen Baker’s Lats

What are the odds MP would come back just to bring popularity to the league?

frizzaly

maybe we can talk him into an exhibition 50 in Vegas

Tea rex

Maybe we can add a 450-yard par-4.

Becky D

I’m sure Shane would be up for it. At least the driving part.

breathing is for chumps

upvoted just for your name, what a mood lol

Tea rex

COUGHLIN 2020!!!!!
for Olympic Games… President… whatever she wants to do!

ERVINFORTHEWIN

lol😅

Phil

Pls DONT!

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