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.
In his fourth swim of the session, Caeleb Dressel put up an impressive 45.01 leg for the Condors as they topped the LA Current in the 4×100 mixed free relay.
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.
Caeleb Dressel had the fastest split in the field, 45.72, as the Cali Condors won the mixed 400 free relay in a time of 3:16.14.
Italian Olympic icon Federica Pellegrini is set to finally race in Budapest, having been out of ISL season 2 thus far due to a positive coronavirus test.
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.
The 19-year-old Brit anchored the Roar in a blazing 50.96 to run down Cali’s Erika Brown and win the mixed 400 free relay in Match 8.
Anderson ran down a pair of Cali Condors to win the event in 1:52.60, erasing her previous British Record of 1:52.77 set when she won the 2019 European title.
MATCH #8 pronto a partire a Budapest con una sfida avvincente tra due squadre finora imbattute. Chi cederà il trono? Il nostro recap
Caeleb Dressel and his Cali Condors take on the Tokyo Frog Kings, NY Breakers and London Roar for ISL Match #8 here in Budapest.
Freya Anderson had the fastest lead-off for the London women on the 400 free relay (51.88), and also produced the top anchor leg in the medley (51.15).
Match 8 on the blocks a Budapest Il nostro consueto recap live della International Swimming League aggiornato minuto per minuto
The London Roar remained undefeated, and they’re surging back up our power rankings after week 3 with new freestyler Freya Anderson now in the mix.
American record holder and FINA Short Course World Champion Erika Brown is the first female athlete to be added to the Mizuno USA Swim roster.
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