Iron’s Ranomi Kromowidjojo, Cali’s Beata Nelson, NY’s Arina Surkova, and Toronto’s Louise Hansson and Michelle Coleman will swim the 50 fly twice today.
The Toronto Titans currently lead over the Cali Condors by nine points while Iron has a 13-point advantage over the NY Breakers for third.
Sprinter Meiron Cheruti and backstrokers Mewen Tomac, and Elliot Clogg have returned for the NY Breakers following a brief quarantine.
Almost everything went right for London on day two, aiding their match win. Contrastingly, a bunch went haywire for Cali, including no Dressel and a DQ.
The London Roar showed up well on day 1 of Match 6 and lead the Cali Condors by 14.5 points going into the final day of racing.
45-capable Kyle Chalmers is only swimming the mixed 4×100 medley relay for the London Roar. Meanwhile, Cali’s Caeleb Dressel is not entered today.
The London Roar out-scored the Cali Condors in the men’s 50 back, 24-7, which put them in the lead for the rest of the day.
Angel Martinez broke two Mexican National Records over the weekend while competing for the Cali Condors in Match 4 of the 2021 ISL season.
The Cali Condors will have to get through the regular season with only partial participation from their biggest stars, including Caeleb Dressel.
The free agency period was a 30-day window following the conclusion of the ISL draft, where teams could bolster their rosters by signing undrafted athletes.
The 3-swimmer addition makes DC Trident the second team to announce post-draft signees for their 2021 roster after the Cali Condors.
3 time Olympian Katerine Savard is the 3rd post-draft addition to the Cali Condors and will bring the team’s roster up to 30 swimmers.
Mexico’s Angel Martinez, who specializes in the 200 butterfly, swam collegiately at Texas A&M University from 2015 until 2019.
After competing at the U.S. Olympic Trials last week, Team Elite’s Linnea Mack is back in the water. She came within .07 of her lifetime best 100 free time.
Mexican Angel Martinez hit 2:00.18 to break his own 200 IM national record of 2:00.58. At the same time, Carson Foster put up a US No. 4 time of 1:59.23.