Aussie Alex Graham was one of the ISL’s biggest breakout stars from season 1, but will his season 2 with London Roar be impeded by a travel ban?
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
Almost half of voters picked Abbey Weitzeil as the top NCAA-to-ISL newcomer this year. She hasn’t yet publicly signed with an ISL franchise.
Just as he has done at the 2017 and 2019 World Championships, Caeleb Dressel is slated for three finals swims on Day 7 in Tokyo.
Simone Manuel, Cate Campbell and Sarah Sjostrom had yet another showdown in the women’s 100 freestyle on Day 6 of the parallel universe 2020 Games.
Regan Smith, Ryan Murphy and Lilly King all take down world records en route to gold on Day 3 of our parallel universe 2020 Olympic Games 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.
The meet in Budapest featured the first World Record set in ISL league history when Minna Atherton undercut the global mark in the women’s 100 back.
We now know where the Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Association’s 2018 Coach of the Year, David Lush, is headed.
ASCTA’s 2018 Aussie Coach of the Year David Lush is leaving his current post as Director of Swimming at Brisbane Grammar.
‘Bondy’ Minna Atherton took home UniSport Australia’s award for ‘Most Outstanding Sporting Achievement by a Student-Athlete.’
Regan Smith and Kaylee McKeown are the two fastest teens in the women’s 200 back. But who will take the 2021 Olympic crown and who will break 2:00 first?