Think you know your favorite ISL team inside and out? Ok, what’s their go-to hand symbol when walking out as a team in Budapest?
Ryan Murphy of the LA Current will get a chance to shine in the men’s backstroke skins, as selected by his team for match #10, day 2.
With a lot of winning performances, Toronto still wound up 4th overall in Match #9 and Brent Hayden admits they made some mistakes early that cost them
Federica Pellegrini’s ability to join her Aqua Centurions late in the season wasn’t enough to slot the squad among the top 10 moving on to the post-season.
The London Roar captained registered a time of 4:25.90 to take a half-second off of Mary-Sophie Harvey’s 2016 mark of 4:26.42.
Italian Olympic icon Federica Pellegrini is set to finally race in Budapest, having been out of ISL season 2 thus far due to a positive coronavirus test.
Lilly King is undefeated in the International Swimming League (ISL) and she’ll have the chance to extend that streak with breaststroke skins today.
The semi-final lineup is shaping up heading into the final week of regular season ISL action. Barring a breakthrough from Aqua, the 8 teams that will advance are set.
Caeleb Dressel and his Cali Condors take on the Tokyo Frog Kings, NY Breakers and London Roar for ISL Match #8 here in Budapest.
With the Trials scheduled for early April, High Performance Director John Atkinson says Swimming Canada has started to look at what the meet will look like.
London Roar’s Guilherme Guido will look to do his part in the backstroke events during match 5 of the ISL season 2 in Budapest.
Luke Greenbank became the first British man to ever go sub-1:50 in the SCM 200 back, while Markus Thormeyer chopped a full second off the Canadian Record.
The 2nd place NY Breakers are hoping swimmers like Marco Koch will have another big performance in them to keep them ahead of 3rd place Iron.
The Cali Condors top the overall club standings through week 2 of the ISL but several teams will be in the water this week to try to topple the leaders.