Aussie Emily Seebohm will be opting out of the Australian National Championships, but is on-board with both the FINA Champions Series, as well as the International Swimming League.
28-year-old Olympic champion Florent Manaudou is back, returning to the pool after an over 2-year hiatus, joining the ranks of the International Swimming League (ISL) Energy Standard squad.
On the heels of the International Swimming League’s (ISL) introduction of 5 elite team members comprising Team Energy Standard, the nationally diverse squad revealed its team captains.
L’Energy Standard Club, di proprietà di Konstantin Grigorishin (proprietario della International Swimming League) ha annunciato la sua squadra ISL. Grigorishin…
The Energy Standard Club, owned by International Swimming League owner Konstantin Grigorishin, will be the newest announced addition to the ISL’s stable of teams, with five big names already signed to the roster.
World Record holder Alia Atkinson of Jamaica and 2012 double Olympic gold medalist Ranomi Kromowidjojo of Netherlands have both revealed that they will be joining Team Iron, the ISL squad led by Hungary’s Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu.
Along with the already announced megastars of Adam Peaty and Cate Campbell, the London-based ISL team is quickly becoming a veritable ‘who’s who’ of Australian elite swimming.
E’ stata formata la squadra londinese della ISL. Il leader è Adam Peaty. La squadra avrà al suo interno anche atleti…
Another International Swimming League (ISL) team has formed: a London-based team that announced British breaststroke star Adam Peaty as a team leader along with Australians Cate Campbell, Bronte Campbell, Kyle Chalmers and Emma McKeon.
Backstroking and IM ace Mitch Larkin told the Australian Associated Press today, “I got the FINA invite but I said no.”
The newly formed representation company of the ISL – the ISL USA – is charged with staging spectacular Semifinals and Grand Finals at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, and assisting the new US clubs in their operations, including scouting talent, signing athletes and running their own swimming meets.
The FINA series, which seems to be a direct response to the ISL series, will run in late spring 2019 and have a ton of prize money on the line.
The International Swimming League (ISL) has released a statement in response to FINA’s loosening of its rules, saying FINA’s move should be considered an “implicit admission of guilt” about FINA rules, and blasting FINA for “empty threats” and for copying the ISL format with the FINA Champions Series.
After a meeting and video conference today called by Swimming Australia CEO Leigh Russell in an attempt to stave off…
Over the weekend at an event in Milan, Pellegrini and Konstantin Grigorishin, the head of the ISL and of Energy Standard Group, made the announcement in a presentation to Italian journalists and media representatives.