Simonas Bilis, Georgia Davies Returning to Energy Standard for 2021 Season

The 2019 ISL Champion and 2020 runner-up Energy Standard has added an additional 9 swimmers to its roster for the 2021 season. 

Although the rosters were initially announced after the end of the free agency period, the updated team rosters on the ISL website feature several swimmers who previously went unannounced, including Simonas Bilis and Georgia Davies

Bilis, a Lithuanian national, was a standout at NC State from 2012-2016, where he collected 2 ACC Swimmer of the Year honors. In addition, Bilis was a runner-up at the NCAA Championships in both the 50 and 100 freestyle during his senior season in 2016, as well as an NCAA relay champion as a member of the Wolfpack’s 400 freestyle relay. 

Internationally, Bilis competed at both the 2016 and 2020 Olympic Games. In 2016, he finished 8th overall in the 50 freestyle final, and he was a relay-only swimmer for Lithuania at the 2020 Games.  Bilis is a returning member of the Energy Standard team, having competed for them in both 2019 and 2020. Both seasons, he was a key leg of the team’s freestyle relays. 

Davies is another returning member for Energy Standard. The multi-time Commonwealth Games gold medalist competed primarily in the backstroke events last season, where she provided a 1-2 punch with Australian Emily Seebohm on several occasions. During the 2019 season, Davies scored 52 individual points for Energy Standard, making her a valuable addition to the roster. 

Energy Standard’s Roster Additions

Full Roster:

Swimmer Home Country Stroke(s)
Sarah Sjostrom Sweden
Freestyle/Butterfly
Florent Manaudou France Freestyle
Chad Le Clos South Africa
Butterfly/Freestyle
Siobhan Haughey Hong Kong Freestyle
Femke Heemskerk Netherlands Freestyle
Ilya Shymanovich Belarus Breaststroke
Evgenii Rylov Russia Backstroke
Kliment Kolesnikov Russia
Backstroke/Freestyle
Emily Seebohm Australia Backstroke
Felipe Lima Brazil Breaststroke
Benjamin Proud Great Britain
Freestyle/Butterfly
James Guy Great Britain
Freestyle/Butterfly/IM
Andrei Zhilkin Russia IM/Freestyle
Benedetta Pilato Italy Breaststroke
Clement Mignon France Freestyle
Etiene Medeiros Brazil
Backstroke/Freestyle
Simona Kubova Czech Republic Backstroke
Georgia Davies Great Britain Backstroke
Anastasiya Shkurdai Belarus
Butterfly/Freestyle
Mary-Sophie Harvey Canada Freestyle
Kregor Zirk Estonia
Freestyle/Butterfly
Boglarka Kapas Hungary Butterfly
Maxim Stupin Russia IM
Simonas Bilis Lituania Freestyle
Viktoria Gunes Turkey IM/Freestyle
Madeline Banic USA Butterfly
Adam Barrett Great Britain Butterfly
Charlie Swanson USA Breaststroke/IM
Evgeniia Chikunova Russia Breaststroke
Fanny Teijonsalo Finland Freestyle
Helena Rosendahl Bach Denmark Freestyle
Janja Segel Slovenia Freestyle
Jessica Vall Montero Spain Breaststroke
Marco De Tullio Italy Freestyle
Saja Prakash India
Freestyle/Butterfly
Travis Mahoney Australia Backstroke

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Virtus
2 months ago

Read that as Simone biles and was quite confused

Wave 1.5 Qualifier
Reply to  Virtus
2 months ago

This isn’t NBC.

Troyy
2 months ago

The ISL website is so bad and makes the league look really unprofessional. I can’t even find where the current season’s rosters are listed.

lol
2 months ago

Wait is that the Adam Barrett who was GB’s Flyer on the medley’s until James Guy came along? Didn’t he retire?

5wimmer
Reply to  lol
2 months ago

He did, now back for more

lol
2 months ago

I swear if bilis get chosen on the 50 free alongside Manaudou instead of Proud like last year I will actually kill someone.

KimJongSpoon
Reply to  lol
2 months ago

Last year Proud was really out of shape because of inconsistent training due to the pandemic. He should be back in form this season

wow
2 months ago

So WHO was the mystery swimmer??

swimfan210_
Reply to  wow
2 months ago

Federica Pellegrini

DCSwim
2 months ago

Can Siobhan come back to Trident? We miss her 🥺

Chineeese boy
2 months ago

Prakash at ENS , wow what an honour for India

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