Lilly King is 10-for-10 in the 100 breaststroke across the 2019 & 2020 ISL seasons, leading a group of four swimmers and two relays to never lose an ISL race.
We’re down to 4 teams alive in the ISL postseason – we look at the locked-in MVPs for all six eliminated teams and the frontrunners for the finalist teams.
The ISL final is upon us, and it’s time for SwimSwam’s last round of International Swimming League Power Rankings heading into the championship meet.
Sarah Sjostrom missed one of Energy Standard’s four matches, but she’s already retaken her spot as the top scorer on the team.
It’s been about a month since the Cali Condors beat Energy Standard head to head in match #1, and a lot has changed. Which team tops the ranks?
Iron moves up our rankings… but a controversial skins choice by Energy Standard might have had a major hand in that move. We explore further.
Halfway through the International Swimming League’s regular season, we’re tracking the favorites for both league MVP and Rookie the Year.
We’re just past the mid-point of the 2020 International Swimming League season, with three weeks down and two to go in the regular season.
The London Roar remained undefeated, and they’re surging back up our power rankings after week 3 with new freestyler Freya Anderson now in the mix.
Lilly King is a perfect 25-for-25 in ISL events across two years. But six other swimmers and two relay teams are undefeated in 2019 & 2020, too.