Notably, Beata Nelson is not racing the women’s 100 backstroke today, despite winning the 200 back yesterday.
One of the more notable new graphics this season is a flashing red lane which is placed over lanes who are at risk of being jackpotted.
41-year old Nicholas Santos will highlight the 20-man roster for Brazil. At the 2018 SC Worlds, Santos won the 50 fly in a new Championship Record (21.81).
Paddy Johnston will arrive at Cleveland State with time that, when converted, would have won the 100/200 fly handily at 2021 Horizon League Championships.
Kelsi Dahlia followed up her Match 2 victory in the 100 butterfly with both a victory and new ISL Record in the fly Saturday in Naples at Match 4
Though the Italian men improved upon the official National Record, the same group of four has actually swam the race faster, and on Italian soil.
After winning the women’s and men’s 400 medley relays, the Cali Condors got to choose the stroke to be raced in the women’s and men’s 50 skins on day 2.
Israeli teenager Anastasia Gorbenko broke two more National Records on Saturday at ISL Match #4 after breaking one last week in Match #2.
On the last day of the Tokyo Paralympics, 9 World and 13 Paralympic records were set. In total, 69 World and 124 Paralympic records have been broken.
Day 1 of Match 4 showcased a much more competitive field than Match 2 did, thanks to some big swims from the DC Trident and the LA Current.
Energy Standard’s Sarah Sjostrom will miss the remainder of the regular 2021 ISL season to rehab in Stockholm with her coaches and trainers.
The Cali Condors will have newly-minted World record-holder Coleman Stewart in the 100 fly next to Dressel, 50 back, and lead off the 4×100 medley relay.
Backstroker Coleman Stewart will flip over for the 100 fly on day one while sprinter Erika Brown was a last-minute sub for the 200 back.
The Cali Condors, the Aqua Centurions, the DC Trident, and the LA Current all convene for the 3rd match of the 2021 ISL season.
Raman Salei won his 3rd gold medal for Azerbaijan, bringing their medal count to 4 golds total. Meanwhile, Jessica Long is now a 29-time Paralympic medalist.