This weekend’s Pro Swim Series event in Knoxville, Tennessee will be streamed on USA Swimming’s site, with A finals behind a paywall on NBCSport.com.
La Pro Swim Series 2020 farà tappa in Tennessee dal 16 al 19 Gennaio 2020.Attese le campionesse del Mondo Regan Smith, Simone Manuel e Olivia Smoliga
2019 World Champs Regan Smith, Simone Manuel and Olivia Smoliga appear on psych sheets for the 2020 Pro Swim Series event in Knoxville.
After 3 World Record and 2 World Championship gold medals, American Regan Smith was a runaway choice for the 2019 World Female Jr. Swimmer of the Year award.
La International Swimming League ha chiuso la sua stagione inaugurale ieri sera. Godetevi le immagini più belle del day 2 di Las Vegas
Check out Jack Spitser’s top photos from the second day of competition at the ISL Grand Finale in Las Vegas, highlighted By Energy Standard’s comeback win.
Energy Standard se ha alzado con la victoria por equipos mientras que su componente, la sueca Sarah Sjostrom, ha sido la MVP en esta temporada inaugural.
Energy Standard holds a slight lead on the Cali Condors and the London Roar. Tune in to find out who wins the ISL grand finale.
The Cali Condors finished day one with 9 event wins, however, it wasn’t enough to hold off the undefeated Energy Standard, leading by 13.5 points.
Thanks to an extra swim on day 1, Caeleb Dressel is making a serious chase at Sarah Sjostrom and the season MVP title in Las Vegas.
Alexander Graham (above) has turned into a surprise hero for the London Roar this season, having swum the 3 fastest winning times in the 200 free so far.
It’s time for the ISL finale – we break down rosters, streaming options, event schedule and scoring details for the finale here.
On this episode of the ProSwimTalk Podcast, host Chris Ritter and Skyler Findley discuss the current predictions and whether they agree or not.
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Caeleb Dressel, already with 2 meet MVP awards in the 2019 ISL season, will lead the Cali Condors into the Las Vegas finale.
Caeleb Dressel didn’t race the 50 free, 100 free, or 100 fly, all races where he is the defending World Champion, at this week’s U.S. Open Championships.