Hansson continued on her streak of backstroke dominance at the FINA World Cup Series, delivering a 56.03 Swedish record in the 100.
NY, Iron, Tokyo, and Aqua will be vying for their first ISL match win ever and a spot into the play-offs, creating high stakes for each event battle.
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.
Energy Standard, Aqua Centurions, Toronto Titans and DC Trident continue their quest for team points on Day 2 of the first match of the 2021 ISL season.
Here’s what’s on the menu for day 7 prelims: the women’s and men’s 50 freestyle, the men’s 1500 free, and a set of 4×100 medley relays.
With less than half a minute between the beginning and the end, it truly is anybody’s race in Tokyo in the women’s 50 freestyle.
Follow the Russian Olympic roster, featuring 50 long course backstroke world record holder Kliment Kolesnikov, as they prepare for the Tokyo Games.
Your eyes were not playing tricks on you, as London Roar did make some 11th-hour race changes from what appeared on the start lists.
London lost a lot of its heavy hitters when most Australians withdrew amid the pandemic. But the Roar still have elite breaststrokers and a strong roster.
German national age record holder Artem Selin threw down the fastest 50m free time of his career in 21.25 to beat the big dogs in Russia.
Russia’s Kliment Kolesnikov is set to take on the men’s 100m free/100m IM double to close out his European Short Course Championships.
The nation of Hungary has moved up the medal table, primarily due to a double gold performance by Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu.
Kliment Kolesnikov helped bring Russia to the wall first in the mixed medley relay tonight in Glasgow, notching a World Record with his team in the process.
Kira Toussaint of the Netherlands is not messing around in the 100m back, firing off another national record and championships record in Glasgow.
Hungary’s Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu looks primed to sweep the women’s IM events in Glasgow, but she may not be the only one from her nation on the podium.