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2020 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE – SEMIFINAL #2

Reported by Reid Carlson.

MEN’S 100 BACKSTROKE

Ryan Murphy was bested in the men’s 100 backstroke, though the margins were narrow. Murphy finished third, tied with Iron’s Guilherme Basseto. Cali’s Coleman Stewart finished second though the biggest surprise was Iron’s Robert Glinta who finished in a very strong 25.47 and got his hand on the wall first for a total time of 49.64.

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DresselApologist
2 months ago

It’s sad he thinks there’s gonna be another season

Swammerstein
Reply to  DresselApologist
2 months ago

beat me to the comment, with all report financial troubles of the league and the fact swimming doesnt make enough money to support this endeavor, theres no way we have a season 3

swimfan_00
Reply to  Swammerstein
2 months ago

this league has so much potential, I have to recognize that the marketing/communication for this season was a bit weak (complex tv schedules, no streaming available, no ads on the streets,..) . Apart from that, I think that the matches are amazing to watch, and the production did a great effort in making swimming enjoyable for the viewers. It will be such a pity to see this league fall not because of the quality of the show but terrible financial management….

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