The 100 IM, new to the ISL format this year, offers some intriguing entries, including IMers like Katinka Hosszu and stroke specialists like Alia Atkinson.
In spite of a breakthrough performance by Abbie Wood, the Breakers took a thumping in meet 1. But, was the performance as bad as it seemed on the surface?
Brendon is 1 of only 2 Australian swimmers who decided to make the journey to Budapest after Australia announced they weren’t condoning this ISL season.
With the first meet of the International Swimming League’s second season out of the way, four new teams are slated to face off for Match 2.
Zach Apple has the two fastest 100 free relay splits so far in the 2020 ISL season, including a 45.15 split to anchor DC’s 400 free relay.
This is Nelson’s first major international travel trip and being in a bubble for 6 weeks is a little different than most meets abroad
Apple split 45.15 on the 400 free relay, and then followed up with a 45.43 anchor on the medley.
The London Roar had the top 2 swimmers in the men’s 50 back on Sunday: Christian Diener and Guilherme Guido (above), but the women’s choice was less obvious.
Dumont, representing the Aqua Centurions, knocked over four seconds off her old mark in 4:00.37 to win the event at the ISL’s second match.
Diener moves into a tie for 10th all-time after erasing Thomas Rupprath’s 2009 German Record of 22.85 in 22.76.
Sakci becomes the ninth-fastest swimmer of all-time after clocking a blazing 25.74 in Budapest.
Iron star Katinka Hosszu will make her Season 2 debut here, racing two of her signature events; the 200 backstroke and IM.
Swimmers haven’t even gotten wet on day 1 of match 2 of the ISL here in Budapest, but already we’ve got some potential points-impacting news.
2020 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE – MATCH 1 Friday, October 16: 4 PM-6 PM Local Time (10 AM-12 noon U.S. Eastern,…
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