Peaty, Proud Among Top Options For ISL’s Fan-Vote Swimmer Retention

Each of the ISL’s ten franchises has had the option to retain up to 15 athletes – but now, fans get to vote on one more athlete for each team to retain.

Here’s a look at the top swimmers in each team’s protection pool who weren’t retained.

One note: some of these swimmers might have fully withdrawn from the league, like NY Breaker star Michael Andrew. If we get confirmation that anyone is out of the league, we will remove them below.

Athletes are listed with their 2020 scoring stats across the regular season. Some swimmers on the protection lists didn’t compete in 2020, but many did compete in 2019 – they are listed without 2020 stats at the bottom of each team’s list.

You can cast your vote here – the ISL requires fans to sign up for streaming of the league this season, and fans will get to vote on just one team’s retained swimmer.

Here’s the step-by-step process:

  • Step 1. Create an account on ISL
  • Step 2. Hover over Season 2021
  • Step 3. Click on Draft
  • Step 4. Select a team below video
  • Step 5. Scroll down to the end

Cali Condors

Name 2020 ISL Rank 2020 ISL Points
Radoslaw Kawecki 65 86
Eddie Wang 138 49
Khader Baqlah 204 26
Kevin Cordes 212 23
Mark Szaranek 241 15.5
Sherridon Dressel 252 12.75
Tomas Peribonio 270 9
Bowe Becker 284 4.5
Mitch Larkin
Mallory Comerford

Energy Standard

Name 2020 ISL Rank 2020 ISL Points
Felipe Lima 111 58.5
Zsuzsanna Jakabos 120 56.5
Georgia Davies 126 53.5
Maxim Stupin 131 50.5
Sergey Shevtsov 163 37
Simonas Bilis 183 32.5
Max Litchfield 186 32
Imogen Clark 230 18.5
Ben Proud 247 13.5
Lucy Hope 275 8.5
Viktoriya Gunes 277 8
Andrius Sidlauskas 286 4
Tamara van Vliet 304 0.5
Ivan Girev

London Roar

Name 2020 ISL Rank 2020 ISL Points
Maria Kameneva 31 109
Christian Diener 34 105.25
Adam Peaty 44 96.5
Vini Lanza 69 84
Andreas Vazaios 76 78.5
Mikhail Vekovishchev 85 72.5
Marius Kusch 86 71.5
Anna Hopkin 111 58.5
Kathleen Dawson 189 31.5
James Guy 233 17
Holly Hibbott 239 16
Emily Large 257 12
Darragh Greene 286 4
Elliot Clogg 286 4
Alex Graham
Bronte Campbell
Holly Barratt
Katsumi Nakamura
Matthew Wilson

LA Current

Name 2020 ISL Rank 2020 ISL Points
Andi Murez 84 74.5
Felipe Silva 95 63.5
Will Licon 103 61.5
Ali Deloof 143 48.5
Aly Tetzloff 146 45
Dylan Carter 146 45
Josh Prenot 158 38
Andrew Seliskar 161 37.5
Marco Ferreira 167 36.5
Julia Sebastian 176 34.5
Jacob Heidtmann 186 32
Alyssa Marsh 189 31.5
Kierra Smith 266 10
Kay Sargent 270 9
Santiago Grassi 284 4.5

Iron

Name 2020 ISL Rank 2020 ISL Points
Jenna Laukkanen 70 83.5
Marco Orsi 113 58
Maxim Lobanovszkij 113 58
Yakov Toumarkin 145 46.5
Clément Mignon 163 37
Daryna Zevina 182 32.75
Valerie Van Roon 204 26
Caroline Pilhatsch 225 19
Isabella Hindley 225 19
Ramon Klenz 225 19
Ross Murdoch 235 16.5
Daria K. Ustinova 259 11.75
Artsiom Machekin 261 11
Oussama Sahnoune 286 4
Alina Zmushka
Jessica Vall

Tokyo Frog Kings

Name 2020 ISL Rank 2020 ISL Points
Yui Ohashi 24 115
Ryosuke Irie 45 95.25
Katsuhiro Matsumoto 91 68
Miho Teramura 107 59
Simona Kubova 130 51
Markus Thormeyer 136 49.5
Kosuke Matsui 157 38.5
Shinri Shioura 179 33
Cristian Quintero 199 29
Tomomi Aoki 241 15.5
Ai Soma 270 9
Anna Ntountounaki 294 3

Toronto Titans

Name 2020 ISL Rank 2020 ISL Points
Sergey Fesikov 118 57
Michael Chadwick 138 49
Aleksandr Krasnykh 174 35
Erik Persson 179 33
Brent Hayden 186 32
Jay Lelliott 193 30.5
Anika Apostalon 216 21.5
Daniil Pasynkov 217 21
Jhennifer Conceicao 243 15
Andrii Govorov 247 13.5
Candice Hall 294 3
Tayla Lovemore 300 1.5
Julie Meynen

New York Breakers

Name 2020 ISL Rank 2020 ISL Points
Emily Escobedo 144 47
Michał Poprawa 183 32.5
Brandonn Almeida 217 21
Jakub Skierka 217 21
Chloe Golding 292 3.5
Abbey Harkin
Mikkayla Sheridan

DC Trident

Name 2020 ISL Rank 2020 ISL Points
Abrahm DeVine 101 62
Mark Nikolaev 152 41
Kathrin Demler 210 23.75
Madison Kennedy 220 20.5
Meiron Cheruti 222 20
Rozaliya Nasretdinova 232 17.25
Matheus Santana 235 16.5
Mohamed Samy 253 12.5
Leah Gingrich 263 10.5
Miranda Tucker 280 7.5
Drew Loy
Leiston Pickett

Aqua Centurions

Name 2020 ISL Rank 2020 ISL Points
Valentine Dumont 91 68
Luiz Altamir 158 38
Lidon Munoz 195 29.5
Breno Correia 199 29
Larissa Oliveira 199 29
Pedro Spajari 233 17
Tain Bruce 246 14
Gabriel Santos 253 12.5
Katalin Burian 270 9
Evelyn Verraszto 281 6
Fabio Santi 292 3.5
Alexandra Touretski 294 3
Stefania Pirozzi

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Nick
2 months ago

I voted for Murez for LA and now when I go to vote for every other team it says I can’t vote because I already had voted for Murez. Yet we were told that we can vote once per team.

Troyy
Reply to  Nick
2 months ago

That’s what happened for me too. I’m just glad I voted for Peaty @ Roar first.

Marcy Spann
2 months ago

These are my fan vote guesses (since the link is taking forever for me to do the actual fan vote…..thanks ISL)

AQC – Valentine Dumont (BEL)
CAC – Mitch Larkin (AUS)
DCT – Mark Nikolaev (RUS)
ENS – Ben Proud (GBR)
NYB – Emily Escobedo (USA)
LAC – Andrew Seliskar (USA)
LON – Adam Peaty (GBR)
IRO – Clement Mignon (FRA)
TOR – Brent Hayden (CAN)
TOK – Yui Ohashi (JPN)

Willswim
2 months ago

This league likes to bounce back and forth between comically inept and needlessly complicated.

Here’s the step-by-step process:

Step 1. Create an account on ISL
Step 2. Hover over Season 2021
Step 3. Click on Draft
Step 4. Select a team below video
Step 5. Scroll down to the end
Step 6. Do 300 pushups
Step 7. Divide by zero
Step 8. Learn Swahili
Step 9. Out pizza the hut
Step 10. Learn to love again
Step 11. Talk about Fight Club
Step 12. Dance like no one is watching

Troyy
Reply to  Willswim
2 months ago

The whole website is complete rubbish.

Scott FTW
Reply to  Troyy
2 months ago

Even their social media is rubbish and often littered with many typos/spelling mistakes/wrong dates…

swimapologist
Reply to  Scott FTW
2 months ago

Imagine spending all of this time, money, and effort on a draft, and then not posting on social media once on the first day of the draft.

I guess I can forgive tpyos, but to me that’s not even the 5th-worst thing about their social media presence.

Mean Dean
2 months ago

Eddie back on the condors. Loved watching him last season

Eric the eel > Phelps
2 months ago

how do we create an account on the website???

Linn
2 months ago

Did London Roar change head coach? Did I just miss that info. It’s been Mel Marshall, right? Now it says Steven Tigg

Scott FTW
Reply to  Linn
2 months ago

Reading between the lines from what Rob said on stream about some people not wanting to commit to all races etc thus lowering them down the list of retained swimmers (pretty certain he mentioned Campbell being the last retained as she might not be able to race all meets). I would assume Adam thus Mel are either not available for all the races scheduled or are looking at a break post Olympics considering they potentially have Worlds, Commonwealth and Euros next year if they target all 3. It’s also worth noting there are AP race clinic tour dates scheduled for the first few days of when the league would be in Naples so can’t be in two places at once… Read more »

Last edited 2 months ago by Scott FTW
CY~
Reply to  Scott FTW
2 months ago

Thanks for the explanation! I don’t live in the right time zone, was hoping to be able to watch a replay when I woke up but couldn’t find one

Chad
2 months ago

Playing devil’s advocate here, but doesn’t this leave room for someone who supports one team to create an account just to vote for an opposing team to retain someone that doesn’t make sense? For example, couldn’t a Condors fan create like 50 accounts with randomly generated email addresses to try to make sure that London Roar retains Elliot Clogg (4 point last season) instead of Peaty, Diener, or Kameneva?

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