Apple led off in 45.98, his fourth sub-46 swim of the match, as the Trident held off London to win the mixed 400 freestyle relay.
London Roar won Match 2 in commanding fashion over Iron, DC Trident, and Aqua Centurions.
20-year-old Valentine Dumont has been putting on quite the show in freestyle events over the course of this International Swimming League (ISL) match 2.
The 100 IM, new to the ISL format this year, offers some intriguing entries, including IMers like Katinka Hosszu and stroke specialists like Alia Atkinson.
With the first meet of the International Swimming League’s second season out of the way, four new teams are slated to face off for Match 2.
Apple split 45.15 on the 400 free relay, and then followed up with a 45.43 anchor on the medley.
The Roar have reloaded with seven new athletes, including Scottish backstroker Kathleen Dawson and French sprinting legend Amaury Leveaux.
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
In a parallel universe where COVID-19 hasn’t drastically changed the world around us, the opening day of the Tokyo Olympic swimming program is underway.
Loughborough University swimmers and elite athletes James Wilby, Abbie Wood, and Marie Wattel are joining the #trainathome campaign.
Simona Quadarella, now a World Champion, won the 400 and 800 freestyles at the 2018 Mediterranean Games as Italy topped the medals table.
Hansson, a three-time NCAA champion, will move to Loughborough to train for two years while pursuing her Master’s Degree in International Business.
Vazaios will join coaches Ian Hulme and Andi Manley in Loughborough while pursuing his Master’s degree after spending the last four years at NC State.
Now that the 2020 British Universities & Colleges Sports (BUCS) C’ships have concluded, let’s take reflect on the action which took place over the weekend.