Beata Nelson’s first season as a professional swimmer saw her as the ISL’s 2nd-ranked rookie in terms of MVP points scored.
3 members of the International’s Swimming League’s Israeli contingent downed 3 national records in the course of only 30 minutes on Day 2 of ISL semi-final 2.
The 2 teams with the highest point totals today will advance to the ISL Final next weekend, which will also feature Energy Standard and London Roar.
Tom Shields and LA Current will move on to the 2020 International Swimming League final next weekend against Cali Condors, Energy Standard, and London Roar.
The LA Current will again use rising backstroke star Dylan Carter in the men’s skin race, while Cali will add Justin Ress. Neither swam the 50 back yesterday.
Tom Shields’ 48.14 100 butterfly split on LA Current’s medley relay is #2 all-time, trailing only his 48.07 effort at the 2015 Duel in the Pool.
Ryan Murphy of the LA Current will get a chance to shine in the men’s backstroke skins, as selected by his team for match #10, day 2.
Anastasia Gorbenko gets it done again in the 100 IM, establishing a new Israeli national record en route to runner-up in ISL match #10.
Anastasia Gorbenko stabilisce il nuovo Record europeo juniores nei 200 metri misti femminili in vasca corta con il tempo di 2:05.98
Israel’s versatile 17-year-old Anastasia Gorbenko is getting it done in Budapest, producing her best 200m IM time of the season.
Caeleb Dressel dropped the fastest 100 free relay split of his career as the Cali Condor men ended the Aqua Centurions unbeaten run in the 400 free relay.
Israeli swimmer Anastasia Gorbenko unveiled a new technique at Match #5 of the ISL, using a breaststroke flipturn in the skins races.
Day 2 was filled with more stellar performances across all 4 teams, resulting in a London Roar win ahead of 2nd place LA Current (pictured: Sakiko Shimizu)
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