Nathan Adrian Previews What it will Take to win ISL 100 Free (Video)

2019 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE: GROUP B, MATCH 1

Reported by Anne Lepesant.

MEN’S 50 FREE

  1. Vladimir Morozov (IRO) – 20.93
  2. Kyle Chalmers (LON) – 20.96
  3. Nathan Adrian (LAC) – 21.18
  4. Michael Andrew (NYB) – 21.36
  5. Ryan Held (LAC) – 21.43
  6. Marcelo Chierighini (NYB) – 21.54
  7. Bruno Fratus (LON) – 21.60
  8. Peter Timmers (IRO) – 21.65

Outside smoke reigned, as Vladimir Morozov and Kyle Chalmers, swimming in lanes 8 and 1, appeared to be the leaders the whole way. Morozov won at the touch, taking in in 20.93 to 20.96.

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Superfan

I am not sure how Vlad does world cups and ISL and is so consistent?!?

Heyitsme

And is trash at worlds and olympics

Sandorelli

He’s the reigning world champion in the short course 50. Struggles for consistency in the big pool.

Troyy

He’s been very consistent in the big pool throughout the World Cup meets this year.

Cico Grande

Why does it matter? When will we stop glorifying Worlds and Olympics as the only meets that count? Dude is consistently fast and is earning decent $$$, kudos to him.
Also, in my opinion, SCM is the best format.

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