International Swimming League: Match 2. Grazie alle immagini di Mike Lewis e Mine Kasapoglu riviviamo le emozioni del secondo match
Scozzoli explains that the Centurions deficit in points today came mainly through skins, where they would’ve been happy to compete in any stroke besides back
La Iron Lady no empezó con buen pie el primer día de competición en la ISL, pero resurgió con dos victorias el segundo día.
Ranomi Kromowidjojo of Iron led the MVP point standings for Match 2 of the ISL’s regular season, snagging a bonus of $10,000.
London Roar’s breaststroke standout Alia Atkinson echoed very conflicted fan sentiment about the ISL’s skins-and-jackpot combination.
Apple led off in 45.98, his fourth sub-46 swim of the match, as the Trident held off London to win the mixed 400 freestyle relay.
La holandesa, representando al London Roar, ha logrado en la primera ronda SKINS una marca de 25.75, cuarta marca más rápida de la historia.
London Roar won Match 2 in commanding fashion over Iron, DC Trident, and Aqua Centurions.
20-year-old Valentine Dumont has been putting on quite the show in freestyle events over the course of this International Swimming League (ISL) match 2.
Good news for ISL Team Energy Standard as dynamic squad member Femke Heemskerk will soon be on her way to Budapest this week.
Zach Apple’s emergence is a key storyline, along with new potential lineup strategies in the skins, 100 IM, and mixed free relay.
The iron lady had a shaky first day of racing but came back strong with 2 dominant victories on day 2 of her first competition in over 6 months
Guilherme Guido & Christian Diener wracked up major points in the back for London Roar, leading coach Mel Marshall to select the discipline for today’s skins.
Toussaint tied her national record in 25.75, but failed to advance to the final in the following round.
Szebasztian Szabo produced the fastest time in league history en route to winning the men’s 50 fly at the ISL’s second match in Budapest.