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.
Tom Shields’ 48.14 100 butterfly split on LA Current’s medley relay is #2 all-time, trailing only his 48.07 effort at the 2015 Duel in the Pool.
Cali Condors, LA Current, Toronto Titans, and Iron will all start their Grand Finale bids today – who will join London and Energy next week?
Ryan Murphy of the LA Current will get a chance to shine in the men’s backstroke skins, as selected by his team for match #10, day 2.
Caeleb Dressel had the fastest split in the field, 45.72, as the Cali Condors won the mixed 400 free relay in a time of 3:16.14.
Italian Olympic icon Federica Pellegrini is set to finally race in Budapest, having been out of ISL season 2 thus far due to a positive coronavirus test.
Caeleb Dressel dropped the fastest 100 free relay split of his career as the Cali Condor men ended the Aqua Centurions unbeaten run in the 400 free relay.
Freya Anderson had the fastest lead-off for the London women on the 400 free relay (51.88), and also produced the top anchor leg in the medley (51.15).
Margo Geer and Ting Wen Quah were quicker on the mixed free than they were on the women’s free relay as the DC Trident defeated the Cali Condors in 3:17.60.
Olivia Smoliga was a key for the Condor women in winning both the free and medley relays on day one of the ISL’s fourth match in Budapest.
Cali Condors star Caeleb Dressel will add the 50 breast to his lineup in week 2, bumping up to five events on the first day of competition.
Sitting in third after two legs, Haughey (51.06) and Sjostrom (51.23) delivered the top two female splits in the field as Energy Standard claimed victory.
The addition of Lia Neal, who swam for the New York Breakers last season, brings the Condors back to the maximum allowed 16 women for the 2020 ISL season.
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USA Swimming has announced the formation of two new committees focussed on providing strategic guidance with regard to equity, diversity, and inclusion.