Caeleb Dressel earned top MVP honors for the entire International Swimming League 2020 season. His combined racing and bonus payout totaled nearly $300,000.
While Energy Standard put up a valiant effort to defend their league title, the Cali Condors ended up being too much for any team to handle
As ISL Season 2 ends we look at how day 2 of the Final brought each team to its ultimate standing and how the changes made to the season impacted results.
Sarah Sjostrom’s 51.01 split was crucial in Energy Standard defeating the Cali Condors in the mixed 400 freestyle relay.
The 2020 Spanish Winter Championships concluded today in La Salera, with Cal redshirt Hugo Gonzalez getting it done for gold in the 200m IM.
After not winning a single match last year, Kelsi Dahlia explained the condors’ mindset of not ever letting their foot off the gas this aseason
The 23-year-old blasted a time of 24.80 to lower Kelsi Dahlia’s national mark of 24.93 set in 2018.
Cali Condors’ Caeleb Dressel racked up a total of 96 points to win the top MVP bonus of $20,000 during the Grand Final of the 2020 ISL season.
Haas put up a time of 1:40.49 to take Ryan Lochte’s American Record of 1:41.08 from 2010 off the books.
The Cali Condor’s Caeleb Dressel broke 2 World Records on day 1 of the ISL Grand Final, and he has 3 more opportunities on Sunday.
The Condors claim the 2020 league title after placing third in 2019.
One week after becoming the first man sub-50, Caeleb Dressel took six more tenths off his world record in a scintillating time of 49.28.
After lowering the 11-year-old world record a week ago, Peaty brought the all-time mark down to 55.41 during the ISL Grand Final.
The 29-year-old clocked 1:48.66 to break his own American Record of 1:49.02 set in the semi-finals.
Lilly King busted through the 1:03 barrier for the first time in 1:02.50, breaking Katie Meili’s 2016 American Record of 1:02.92.