Coming off a standout ISL season, Pickrem heads to Toronto to join the elite training group that includes Olympic medalists Penny Oleksiak and Taylor Ruck.
Simon Fraser sophomore Collyn Gagne was the #2 qualifier in the 400 IM at last year’s NCAA Division II Swimming & Diving Championships.
Caeleb Dressel will try to follow-up on his stellar semi-final performances with another big point haul here to help his Condors edge out defending ENS.
Pickrem’s time of 2:04.00 in the ISL Grand Final lowers the Canadian Record of 2:04.34 she set last year, and makes her the third-fastest woman in history.
Caeleb Dressel and his Cali Condors will try to get a jump on the competition here on day 1 of the 2020 ISL Final in Budapest.
The Queensland Championships are on the books for December with last year’s meet star Elijah WInnington establishing a new WJR in the 2free, since overtaken.
Having finished up his season, Shane Ryan shares his insight as to what he’s gained from the ISL bubble and what Toronto may look like in the future
The 2 teams with the highest point totals today will advance to the ISL Final next weekend, which will also feature Energy Standard and London Roar.
Knox took down the 10-year-old record in the men’s 100 IM with a time of 52.36.
The Toronto Titan teenager broke the 11-year-old record held by Jake Tapp by two-tenths of a second in 50.40.
Get ready for ISL semifinal #2 with squads of Cali Condors, Iron, LA Current and Toronto Titans vying for a piece of the post-season pie.
London Roar’s Sydney Pickrem is emerging as a possible 400 IM ISL champion based on her record-breaking performance today.
Maddy Banic will be joining Sarah Sjostrom in the women’s 50m fly skins for Energy Standard in its bid to stay on top here in Budapest.
The 23-year-old chopped three one-hundredths off the national mark he set in Match 5, clocking a time of 1:50.27 in Semi-Final 1.
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?