With the technical details of the ISL’s inaugural season now disclosed, refresh yourself on each of the eight squads’ stacked rosters.
Check out the latest edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Tokyo 2020 news, an update on Michael Jamieson’s MJ Swim Academy and more.
Twenty-year-old world record holder Alice Tai won the S8 100 free by well over two seconds at Worlds after being classes down from S9 last year.
In episode 6 it’s clear that Cusinato is continuing to hit barriers with her strength and stamina levels but is pushing through them.
Jessica Vall was Spain’s sole medalist at the 2017 Short Course European Championships. She will be vying for another shot this time around in Glasgow.
British IMer and backstroker Sophia Wilson has added her verbal commitment to the already-stacked class of 2024 at UVA.
German swimmer Yara Hierath has verbally committed to UC San Diego for 2020-21. She placed 10th in the 10km at 2019 Euro Juniors this summer.
17-year-old Leon Marchand usually swims the 400m IM and 200 breast pool events, but he tried his first open water race on for size.
Kristof Milak is somewhat fed up with training for the 200 fly and will put the event on the back-burner over the next few months.
Mario, Sonic the Hedgehog, U.S. Olympic Trials and the GOAT, Michael Phelps, highlight this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines
2-time World Champion Aurélie Muller of France has emerged from a period of self-reflection this summer and will move to Nice to train under Fabrice Pellerin.
“When you get the Olympic gold medal… that I can almost guarantee you, it’s going to be worth every second,” says Tusup to Cusinato between pool sets.
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