I London Roar hanno provveduto ieri ad annunciare le sostituzioni degli atleti rinunciatari per la seconda stagione della International Swimming League
The Roar have reloaded with seven new athletes, including Scottish backstroker Kathleen Dawson and French sprinting legend Amaury Leveaux.
I London Roar dopo la notizia dell’impossibilità degli atleti australiani di partecipare alla ISL hanno annunciato la Loro prossima sostituzione
Las restricciones de viaje debido a la COVID-19 restringirán la participación de los australianos en la próxima temporada de la ISL que ya se avecina.
Gli atleti australiani potrebbero essere costretti a ritirarsi dalla seconda stagione della ISL a causa delle restrizioni per i viaggi all’estero
Pandemic travel restrictions will restrict Australian participation in next month’s ISL season, with at least one athlete already forced to withdraw.
Sud Australia Division I: gare in vasca corta per gli australiani ieri. Kyle Chalmers 48.33 nei 100 stile libero, mentre Madi Wilson nuota il PB nei 50 stile
Australian Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers got wet this weekend, contesting the local South Australia Division 1, Meet 1.
The International Swimming League website has announced full rosters for all ten teams in the league’s second season of competition.
The London Roar came within ten points of winning the inaugural International Swimming League title, and they return most of their top scorers.
A collection of the Top 10 fastest swims in each event from the 1st season of the ISL -We’ve broken it up into women’s swims here; men’s article linked within
A collection of the Top 10 fastest swims in each event from the 1st season of the ISL -We’ve broken it up into men’s swims here; women’s article linked within
In a rematch of their clash at the 2019 World Championships, Caeleb Dressel and Kyle Chalmers square off in the final of the men’s 100 free on Day 5 in Tokyo.
Kristof Milak and Katinka Hosszu both continued to show their dominance in the men’s 200 fly and women’s 200 IM, respectively, on Day 4 in Tokyo.
Some of the sport’s biggest stars —Katie Ledecky, Adam Peaty, Sarah Sjostrom and Caeleb Dressel, show up in a big way on day two in Tokyo.