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Olympians Ryan Murphy (left) and Caeleb Dressel (right) were among the 51 women and 63 men that will make up the 2021-22 National Team roster.
Match 5 presents fans the opportunity to see whether a revamped Toronto Titans has what it takes to beat the LA Current, season 1 and 2 league finalists.
Match numero cinque di International Swimming League 2021, risultati live e recap della sfida tra Iron, LA Current, DC Trident e Toronto Titans
Match 5 of the International Swimming League’s third season is upon us and it’s going to be an interesting one with 4 team points are up for grabs.
The Cali Condors have a 24-point lead over the LA Current while the Aqua Centurions have a 19-point advantage over the DC Trident.
Day 1 of Match 4 showcased a much more competitive field than Match 2 did, thanks to some big swims from the DC Trident and the LA Current.
The Cali Condors will have newly-minted World record-holder Coleman Stewart in the 100 fly next to Dressel, 50 back, and lead off the 4×100 medley relay.
The Cali Condors, the Aqua Centurions, the DC Trident, and the LA Current all convene for the 3rd match of the 2021 ISL season.
Energy Standard, Aqua Centurions, Toronto Titans and DC Trident continue their quest for team points on Day 2 of the first match of the 2021 ISL season.
Energy Standard has again excelled in maximizing the ISL format: their first round draft pick was the most successful on day 1 of the 2021 ISL Season.
Energy’s Sarah Sjostrom will swim the 50 free in her first ISL season 3 match. 55-capable Maddy Banic will swim the 100 fly in her place.
Rob Ehrenborg of Fisherville, KY has announced his verbal commitment to remain in-state and swim at Louisville for the fall of 2022.
With only days to go until the first meet of the 2021 ISL season, the DC Trident have confirmed list of the athletes they will send to Naples, Italy.
The 2016 U.S. Open was held right before the Rio 2016 Olympics for swimmers that *just* missed the team. Some standout names from that meet are now Olympians.