2020 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE – FINAL
- Saturday, November 21: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM CET (8 AM – 10 AM U.S. Eastern, 10 PM – 12 AM Japan)
- Sunday, November 22: 6:00 PM-8:00 PM CET (12 PM-2 PM U.S. Eastern, 2 AM-4 AM Monday J+1 Japan)
- Duna Arena – Budapest, Hungary
- Short Course Meters (SCM) format
- ISL Technical Handbook
- 2020 ISL Scoring Format
- 2020 ISL Prize Money and Bonuses
- How To Watch
- Teams: Energy Standard / Cali Condors / London Roar / LA Current
- Day 1 Start Lists
- Omega Results
Siobhan Haughey has been incredibly fast and very consistent throughout season 2 of the ISL, and leading off the 400 free relay today for Energy Standard, she swam a lifetime best 50.94.
That time is her first performance under 51 seconds, as she shot out to a 24.40 first 50 to get a very early lead on the field, following that with a 26.54 second 50. Her time today breaks her own Asian and Hong Kong record of 51.12, which was done last week at the ISL Semifinal #1, where she won the individual 100 free.
Haughey was 24.43 / 26.69 in that individual win, so she made a stronger push on the second 50 tonight in her new record swim.
50.94 makes Haughey the #3 performer in history, behind only W0rld Record-holder Cate Campbell of Australia (50.25) and Sarah Sjöström of Sweden (50.58). It’s also the #6 performance in history, and she’s just the fourth woman ever under 51, joining Campbell, Sjöström and Dutchwoman Ranomi Kromowidjojo.
WOMEN’S 100 SCM FREE TOP PERFORMERS, ALL-TIME
- Cate Campbell (Australia) – 50.25
- Sarah Sjöström (Sweden) – 50.58
- Siobhan Haughey (Hong Kong) – 50.94
- Ranomi Kromowidjojo (Netherlands) – 50.95
- Libby Lenton (Australia) – 51.01
Haughey will get another shot to lower the record in the individual 100 free, which will be contested tomorrow.