In addition to breaking the world record in the 400 medley relay, Cali’s Lilly King produced the fastest 100 breaststroke relay split in history (1:02.40).
The Cali Condors are in the driver’s seat heading into day 2 of the 2020 ISL Grand Final, and stand to extend that lead heading into skins.
4 new World Records, Lilly King back on top, Cali Condors rise to challenge Energy Standard, and more storylines from the 2020 ISL Grand Final Day 1.
The Cali Condors will rely heavily on Lilly King and Molly Hannis in the women’s breaststroke skins on the final day of the ISL season.
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.
Dressel’s swim took a full three-tenths of a second off the world record of 48.08, previously held by Chad Le Clos.
Caeleb Dressel set his second world record inside 40 minutes in the men’s 50 freestyle, clocking 20.16 to erase his mark of 20.24 set in 2019.
Albeit with a flying start, King’s field-best 1:02.40 breast split was way ahead of her own AR (1:02.92).
The swim came not long after Dressel smashed two World Records roughly within the same hour; he went 47.78 in the 100 fly and 20.16 in the 50 free.
The Russian chops three-tenths of a second off the existing record set by China’s Xu Jiayu in 2018.
El ruso rebaja en el relevo 4×100 estilos de Energy Standard el récord existente establecido por Xu Jiayu en 2018 por tres décimas de segundo
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.
LA came away with 15 points in the 200 IM thanks to Andrew Seliskar and Tomoe Hvas who finished 1st and 4th, respectively
El Cali Condors. con Olivia Smoliga, Lilly King, Kelsi Dahlia y Erika Brown ha batido el récord mundial en 4×100 estilos, al ser las 4 estadounidenses.
Murphy’s time of 22.54 broke his 2018 record by .09, and moves him up from fifth to second in the all-time rankings.