Ali DeLoof has surpassed Kathleen Baker to become the second-fastest American woman in history behind Olivia Smoliga’s 55.04.
Ingrid Wilm bettered her own week-old Canadian 100 back national record with a 55.68 to win ISL match 5 for the LA Current.
Kasia Wasick threw down a 51.81 100 freestyle for second place at match 5, exactly matching her 2020 Polish record in the event.
200 back champ Jacob Pebley will take on the 200 free for the DC Trident while butterfly powerhouse Tom Shields is in the 50 free skins for the LA Current.
Earlier this week, FINA announced the addition of an “Aquatics Festival” that will be running alongside the 2021 SC World Champs in Abu Dhabi in December.
Toronto Titan Shane Ryan was on a tear during day 1 of match #5, clocking a new Irish 50m free record while also taking the 50m back top spot.
Match 5 presents fans the opportunity to see whether a revamped Toronto Titans has what it takes to beat the LA Current, season 1 and 2 league finalists.
McIntosh swam a blistering personal best of 3:58.78, leading a 1-2 punch for Toronto in this event, with Julia Hassler clocking a 4:01.09.
Knox’s improvement here is huge for Toronto, who have had a fantastic start to this season through the first few matches.
Despite placing third in their first match of the season last season, team captain Katinka Hosszu once again remains off the start lists for Iron.
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