La ISL ha iniziato ad annunciare quali nuotatori verranno mantenuti ufficialmente per la prossima stagione. Le scelte di Iron
ISL dopo aver visto le liste degli atleti protetti da Energy Standard, Cali Condors, London Roar e LA Current, è il turno di Iron e Tokyo Frog
Caio Pumputis and Vini Lanza cracked the Olympic qualifying time in the 200 IM tonight, with Pumputis commanding the race with a lifetime best time (1:58.53.)
Georgia Tech’s Caio Pumputis (pictured) will by vying for Olympic qualification in the men’s 200 IM after cruising this morning’s prelims race
Stephanie Balduccini (above) logged a massive best; the 16-year-old took down her old best of 58.21 by nearly three full seconds.
Brazilian swimmers will get their first shot tonight at Olympic qualification as Trials gets underway at the Maria Lenk Swimming Pool.
Even at age 40, Nicholas Santos continues to get it done in the 50 fly, setting the ISL record and winning four of his five meets in 2020.
Hali Flickinger told Mark Foster in a post race interview that she didn’t really like the 400 IM, but was happy to swim it for her team anyway.
Adam Peaty set a world record in the 100 breast and came up with a massive 54.8 relay split swimming breaststroke on London’s medley.
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.
Recap e risultati live del Day 2 della seconda semifinale di ISL 2020: squadre in acqua Cali Condors, Iron, Toronto Titans e LA Current.
Cali Condors, LA Current, Toronto Titans, and Iron will all start their Grand Finale bids today – who will join London and Energy next week?
Knox broke his old mark by almost a second and a half to finish fourth in the ISL’s second semi-final.
Santos put up a time of 1:52.06 to take down Vini Lanza’s 2018 Continental Record of 1:52.16.
Recap Live Match #9- Day 2 International Swimming League 2020 tra Energy Standard, Toronto Titans, Iron e Tokyo Frog Kings