A number of swimmers made national history in Birmingham, making the first final appearances for their country.
Joanna Evans of the Bahamas wins the 2021 Swammy Award for Central American and Caribbean Female Swimmer of the Year.
In a year where competition returned in full force, see who gets honored with our 2021 Swammy Awards.
The women’s 200 free will give us our first look at Hong Kong’s Siobhan Haughey, who has been tearing up the swimming world all year.
Thanks to some big jackpots and a World Record performance, Energy Standard surged to the team victory in Playoff Match 5, with Ilya Shymanovich as MVP.
Haughey dominated the race in 1:50.65, slicing .01 off the ISL and Asian Record she set last week.
Siobhan Haughey con 3:57.06, e Summer McIntosh con 3:57.75 hanno stabilito i rispettivi primati nazionali nei 400 stile libero alla ISL
Bailey Andison has been the DC Trident’s top scorer this season. With the team missing key swimmers for the Playoffs, she’ll come even more into focus.
While her DC Trident squad is striving to remain among the top 2 teams, in order to move on, Joanna Evans is wreaking havoc on the Bahamian record boards.
Il Match 5 della International Swimming League inizierà alle ore 20:00 a Napoli, in Italia e potrebbe essere vinto da chiunque
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.
The Cali Condors will have newly-minted World record-holder Coleman Stewart in the 100 fly next to Dressel, 50 back, and lead off the 4×100 medley relay.
With only days to go until the first meet of the 2021 ISL season, the DC Trident have confirmed list of the athletes they will send to Naples, Italy.
Evans will race the 400 freestyle at her 2nd Olympic Games will Bastian will make his debut in Tokyo with the 100 breaststroke.
During Friday’s finals session in Austin, both Isabelle Stadden (200 BK) and Madisyn Cox (200 FR) put up personal bests.