Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino is paving the way for possible Olympic qualification in the 400 IM by warming up with a victory at this Japan Swim.
semifinale #1 di International Swimming League, Recap Live della seconda giornata di gare: sfida al vertice tra ES e London Roar
We expect to see Florent Manaudou (ENS), Vlad Morozov (TOK) and Adam Peaty (LON) back in action today after they all sat out of their last preseason matches
Day 2 of ISL 2020’s penultimate meet of the regular season gets underway this morning as 4 teams make their final push before moving on to the semi-finals.
Lilly King is undefeated in the International Swimming League (ISL) and she’ll have the chance to extend that streak with breaststroke skins today.
Freya Anderson is up in the first event, the women’s 100 free, after 2 stellar performances in the relays for London Roar yesterday.
On Day 2 of ISL Match 5, will London keep their lead, or will the Current of Frog Kings have what it takes to steal the win?
The LA Current holds the lead heading into day 2 of ISL Match 3 with 262.5 points with the debuting Tokyo Frog Kings trailing behind LA by just 14 points.
Today LA Current and the Aqua Centurions make their return to the pool, met by the 2 new franchises this year; Toronto Titans and Tokyo Frog Kings.
Este fin de semana verá el estreno en el agua de los dos equipos recien incorporados a la International Swimming League para esta segunda temporada.
The Frog Kings’ IM and sprint stars, including Morozov and Brad Tandy (above), and the Titans’ back and free legends will finally hit the water on Saturday.
Echa un vistazo a los tiempos rápidos obtenidos por varios miembros de los Tokyo Frog Kings de la ISL en los campeonatos de japoneses de piscina corta.
Tomoru Honda, 18 anni, sostituirà il due volte campione del Mondo Daiya Seto nella seconda stagione della International Swimming League
Check out the fast times getting thrown down by several ISL Tokyo Frog Kings members at the Japan Short Course Championships.
World Junior Championships silver medalist Tomoru Honda now joins the ISL team of the Tokyo Frog Kings in place of Daiya Seto.