ISL dopo aver visto le liste degli atleti protetti da Energy Standard, Cali Condors, London Roar e LA Current, è il turno di Iron e Tokyo Frog
Felix Auboeck (AUT), Sophie Hansson (SWE), Ida Hulkko (FIN), Eneli Jefimova (EST), and Andi Murez (ISR) all broke individual national records on Sunday.
Sweden’s Louise Hansson improved her 100 fly PB from 57.10 to a 56.73 this evening, which ranks 5th in European history and 13th all-time.
Austrian Felix Auboeck improved from a 3:48.04 season best to a 3:44.51, just missing his own national record. He now ranks 3rd in the world this season.
Milak threw down a 51.07 in the 100 fly at the Hungarian Championships in December 2020, where he also went a lifetime best 200 free (1:46.68).
3 members of the International’s Swimming League’s Israeli contingent downed 3 national records in the course of only 30 minutes on Day 2 of ISL semi-final 2.
2020 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE – SEMIFINAL #2 Sunday, November 15th: 6-8pm CET/11-1pm U.S. Central Monday, November 16th: 6-8pm CET/11-1pm U.S….
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.
In the penultimate regular-season ISL Match, the Tokyo Frog Kings face Energy Standard and Team Iron for the 1st time this season, and the Toronto Titans.
Live recap della seconda giornata di gare del 7° match di regular season International Swimming League alla Duna Arena di Budapest
Sarah Sjostrom is back in for Energy Standard. This match will also decide whether or not DC Trident has the chance to advance to the semifinals.
International Swimming League. Parte da Budapest il giorno 2 del match 4 della seconda stagione, seguite con noi le avvincenti gare
Get ready for match 4 of the ISL, as the Cali Condors, Iron, NY Breakers and DC Trident try to make a dent in the overall league standings.
National Team-ers and club teams have been allowed back in the pool – with restrictions – for weeks, but pools will now open to the general public.
Israel’s clubs have been allowed access to pools, with a maximum of nine swimmers and a coach on deck at one time.