Energy Standard’s Chad Le Clos will compete for the first time in nearly two months during the ISL’s fifth playoff match from Eindhoven.
In Match 2 of the playoffs, the LA Current pulled off a surprising victory, toppling the London Roar and the Toronto Titans, but can they win again?
E’ il secondo giorno del Match 13 della terza stagione della International Swimming League e siamo pronti a raccontarvi tutto ciò che succede
Si affrontano in acqua nel match 13 (match 2 playoff) London Roar, Toronto Titans, LA Current, Aqua Centurions. Recap Live Day 1
Un grande match questa sera ad Eindhoven nei playoff ISL vedrà scontrarsi Aqua Centurions, London Roar, Toronto Titans e LA Current
The second match of the 2021 ISL playoffs will see the #3, #4, #5, and #6 teams square off, as well as the return of Ryan Murphy and Tom Dean.
Ryan Murphy, one of the ISL’s top scorers in the 2020 season, is scheduled to make his 2021 debut in the Playoff round starting next week in Eindhoven.
Energy Standard enters day two with a 22-point lead over the London Roar. Meanwhile, the LA Current has a nine-point advantage over Tokyo for third place.
London has put Emma McKeon in the 50 back skins events while LA has subbed Anastasia Gorbenko in for absent Madi Wilson in the 200 free.
200 back champ Jacob Pebley will take on the 200 free for the DC Trident while butterfly powerhouse Tom Shields is in the 50 free skins for the LA Current.
Match numero cinque di International Swimming League 2021, risultati live e recap della sfida tra Iron, LA Current, DC Trident e Toronto Titans
Despite placing third in their first match of the season last season, team captain Katinka Hosszu once again remains off the start lists for Iron.
Match 5 of the International Swimming League’s third season is upon us and it’s going to be an interesting one with 4 team points are up for grabs.
New Zealand’s Helena Gasson, swimming for the LA Current in the 2021 season of the ISL, lowered her home country’s National Record in the 100 butterfly.
The Cali Condors have a 24-point lead over the LA Current while the Aqua Centurions have a 19-point advantage over the DC Trident.