Lilly King is the most dominant woman in the ISL for two years in a row. In 2020, King broke American and World Records in the Budapest bubble.
Though we did not get NCAAs, U.S. Olympic Trials, or the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games we were still fortunate to see some blazing fast swims in 2020.
Erika Brown was the only woman to break an American Record in the yards pool in 2020, and she climbed to 2nd on the all-time list in two more races.
We’re back this week with swimming’s TopTenTweets presented by Arena, where we round up the best of the swimming Twitterverse.
2020 was a really hard year for swimmers, and everyone else. See who made the best of it and are honored with our 2020 Swammy Awards.
What a difference several years and thousands of laps can make as we compare present-day ISL swimmers to their younger selves.
Olivia Smoliga, Lilly King, Kelsi Dahlia and Erika Brown combined to smash a five-year-old world record in the women’s 400 medley relay.
In total, 15 American Records were lowered in Budapest November 21st-22nd. Some were broken by their owners while others had been on the books for a years.
Sarah Sjostrom’s 51.01 split was crucial in Energy Standard defeating the Cali Condors in the mixed 400 freestyle relay.
The Condors claim the 2020 league title after placing third in 2019.
Cali Condors guidati da Caeleb Dressel e Lilly King conquistano il titolo di campioni della stagione 2 della International Swimming League
Risultati e Recap Live della finale ISL 2020 alla Duna Arena di Budapest, chi vincerà il campionato tra Energy Standard e Cali Condors?
Los Cali Condors dependerán en gran medida de Lilly King y Molly Hannis en los skins de braza femeninos en el último día de la temporada de la ISL.
In addition to breaking the world record in the 400 medley relay, Cali’s Lilly King produced the fastest 100 breaststroke relay split in history (1:02.40).
4 new World Records, Lilly King back on top, Cali Condors rise to challenge Energy Standard, and more storylines from the 2020 ISL Grand Final Day 1.