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.
20-year-old Valentine Dumont has been putting on quite the show in freestyle events over the course of this International Swimming League (ISL) match 2.
Dumont, representing the Aqua Centurions, knocked over four seconds off her old mark in 4:00.37 to win the event at the ISL’s second match.
Gli atleti d’elite russi hanno iniziato il secondo collegiale di allenamento sul Lago Krugloye che si svolge rispettando le norme dell’isolamento
World Champion Evgeny Rylov (above) is among the participants in the 2nd camp. Sergey Chepik, the National Team head coach, will join for the 2nd training.
World Champs gold medalists Anton Chupkov and Evgeny Rylov are among the big names at Russia’s National Team training camp this month in Krugloye Lake.
Stanford-bound Andrei Minakov logged a PB of 47.22 to take bronze in the 100m free behind Vladislav Grinev and Mikhail Vekovishchev in St. Petersburg.
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It’s been a record spree in Kazan, and three more national records fell on the fourth day of Russia’s Short Course Championships.
Maria Kameneva had two big swims on opening night of Russia’s Short Course Nationals, including the #7 time in the world this year in the 100 back.
The 4th match of the ISL’s inaugural season gave us a new World Record, insight into team strategies and strengths, and a lot to look forward to next month.
El Grupo “B”, que debutará este fin de semana en Lewisville, está formado por los New York Breakers, Los Angeles Current, Team Iron y London Roar.
Iron has announced 25 swimmers for their ISL opener. They’ll feature 2 of the winningest-ever in the FINA World Cup series: Katinka Hosszu (above) and Vlad Morozov.