Top 5 Swimmers In Each Event Heading Into 2020 ISL Final

The semifinals have wrapped, and the top 4 teams are heading to the ISL final. We tally up the top 5 swimmers in each event across this year’s season so far.

We’ve been tracking the top 5 swimmers in each event based on combined results of all six meets so far. Here’s the breakdown of league-leading swims by team, with eliminated teams italicized:

Women’s Events Men’s Events Mixed Relay Total Total After Regular Season
Total at Midseason
Cali Condors 3 4 1 8 11 9
Energy Standard 4 2 6 9 10
LA Current 2 4 6 5 3
London Roar 2 4 6 2 5
Tokyo Frog Kings 4 1 5 2 2
Iron 1 2 3 4 2
NY Breakers 1 1 2 2 2
Toronto Titans 1 0 1 1 1
Aqua Centurions 0 0 0 1 2
DC Trident 0 0 0 0 1

TOP 5 SWIMMERS IN EACH EVENT – ISL 2020 SEASON

Stroke 50s include swims from the skin races. 100 free & 100 back include relay leadoffs. We’ve included the season-best for all ten teams in each relay.

Bolded, large-font swims indicate ISL records

WOMEN

SESSION 1

100 fly 200 back 200 breast
1 Beryl Gastaldello (LAC) – 55.32 Lisa Bratton (TOR) – 2:00.99
Lilly King (CAC) – 2:15.80
2 Sarah Sjostrom (ENS) – 55.35 Emily Seebohm (ENS) – 2:01.04
Emily Escobedo (NYB) – 2:16.51
3 Anastasiya Shkurdai (ENS) – 55.64 Amy Bilquist (DCT) – 2:01.29
Annie Lazor (LON) – 2:17.04
4 Kelsi Dahlia (CAC) – 55.64 Beata Nelson (CAC) – 2:01.31
Kelsey Wog (TOR) – 2:17.13
5 Maddie Banic (ENS) – 55.69 Kylie Masse (TOR) – 2:01.76
Molly Renshaw (NYB) – 2:17.80

 

4×100 free relay
1 ENS – 3:25.82
2 LON – 3:26.64
3 LAC – 3:27.77
4 CAC – 3:28.52
5 TOR – 3:30.76
6 TOK – 3:30.80
7 NYB – 3:31.56
8 DCT – 3:32.24
9 AQC – 3:33.38
10 IRO – 3:33.53

SESSION 2

50 free 200 IM 50 breast
1 Kasia Wasick (NYB) – 23.30 Yui Ohashi (TOK) – 2:03.93
Lilly King (CAC) – 28.86
2 Ranomi Kromowidjojo (IRO) – 23.37 Melanie Margalis (CAC) – 2:04.06
Benedetta Pilato (ENS) – 28.86
3 Sarah Sjostrom (ENS) – 23.41 Sydney Pickrem (LON) – 2:04.40
Molly Hannis (CAC) – 29.04
4 Abbey Weitzeil (LAC) – 23.45 Abbie Wood (NYB) – 2:04.77
Alia Atkinson (LON) – 29.20
5 Beryl Gastaldello (LAC) – 23.66 Miho Teramura (TOK) – 2:05.68
Ida Hulkko (IRO) – 29.33

SESSION 3

50 back 400 free
1 Kira Toussaint (LON) – 25.60 **WR**
Leah Smith (TOK) – 3:58.26
2 Olivia Smoliga (CAC) – 25.74
Melanie Margalis (CAC) – 3:58.43
3 Natsumi Sakai (TOK) – 26.10
Siobhan Haughey (ENS) – 3:58.58
4 Kylie Masse (TOR) – 26.19
Hali Flickinger (CAC) – 3:59.78
5 Simona Kubova (TOK) – 26.22
Valentine Dumont (AQC) – 4:00.05

 

4×100 medley relay
1 ENS – 3:45.58
2 LON – 3:46.59
3 CAC – 3:47.13
4 TOR – 3:48.50
5 LAC – 3:49.42
6 TOK – 3:50.31
7 IRO – 3:51.08
8 DCT – 3:51.11
9 NYB – 3:51.29
10 AQC – 3:55.22

SESSION 4

100 free 200 fly 100 back 100 IM
1 Siobhan Haughey (ENS) – 51.12 Suzuka Hasegawa (TOK) – 2:03.12 Olivia Smoliga (CAC) – 55.62
Beryl Gastaldello (LAC) – 57.43
2 Beryl Gastaldello (LAC) – 51.16 Hali Flickinger (CAC) – 2:04.18 Kira Toussaint (LON) – 55.68
Sarah Sjostrom (ENS) – 57.74
3 Sarah Sjostrom (ENS) – 51.17 Katinka Hosszu (IRO) – 2:05.45 Kylie Masse (TOR) – 56.04
Runa Imai (TOK) – 57.77
4 Abbey Weitzeil (LAC) – 51.26 Svetlana Chimrova (NYB) – 2:05.56 Emily Seebohm (ENS) – 56.17
Anastasia Gorbenko (LAC) – 57.90
5 Freya Anderson (LON) – 51.43 Sakiko Shimizu (TOK) – 2:05.72 Rio Shirai (TOK) – 56.26
Melanie Margalis (CAC) – 57.94

SESSION 5

200 free 50 fly 100 breast
1 Siobhan Haughey (ENS) – 1:51.19 Ranomi Kromowidjojo (IRO) – 24.59
Alia Atkinson (LON) – 1:02.66
2 Femke Heemskerk (ENS) – 1:52.24 Melanie Henique (IRO) – 24.62
Lilly King (CAC) – 1:03.16
3 Freya Anderson (LON) – 1:52.60 Beryl Gastaldello (LAC) – 24.75
Benedetta Pilato (ENS) – 1:03.55
4 Allison Schmitt (CAC) – 1:52.83 Arina Surkova (NYB) – 24.87
Emily Escobedo (NYB) – 1:04.31
5 Rebeca Smith (TOR) – 1:52.92 Sarah Sjostrom (ENS) – 24.95
Molly Hannis (CAC) – 1:04.32

SESSION 6

400 IM
1
Yui Ohashi (TOK) – 4:23.25
2
Sydney Pickrem (LON) – 4:23.68
3
Melanie Margalis (CAC) – 4:25.48
4
Abbie Wood (NYB) – 4:25.65
5
Hali Flickinger (CAC) – 4:27.07

MEN

SESSION 1

100 fly 200 back 200 breast
1 Caeleb Dressel (CAC) – 48.92 Ryan Murphy (LAC) – 1:47.48
Marco Koch (NYB) – 2:00.58
2 Tom Shields (LAC) – 48.94 Radoslaw Kawecki (CAC) – 1:48.12
Kirill Prigoda (LON) – 2:01.20
3 Chad le Clos (ENS) – 49.14 Evgeny Rylov (ENS) – 1:48.31
Anton McKee (TOR) – 2:01.65
4 Marius Kusch (LON) – 49.48 Ryosuke Irie (TOK) – 1:49.02
Yasuhiro Koseki (TOK) – 2:02.19
5 Marcin Cieslak (CAC) – 49.54 Kliment Kolesnikov (ENS) – 1:49.06
Will Licon (LAC) – 2:02.47

SESSION 2

50 free 200 IM 50 breast
1 Caeleb Dressel (CAC) – 20.28 Duncan Scott (LON) – 1:51.66
Emre Sakci (IRO) – 25.29
2 Florent Manaudou (ENS) – 20.55 Leonardo Santos (IRO) – 1:52.06
Adam Peaty (LON) – 25.50
3 Kristian Gkolomeev (LAC) – 20.80 Kosuke Hagino (TOK) – 1:52.35
Ilya Shymanovich (ENS) – 25.55
4 Maxim Lobanovszkij (IRO) – 20.92 Andreas Vazaios (LON) – 1:52.41
Nicolo Martinenghi (AQC) – 25.87
5 Vladimir Morozov (TOK) – 20.96 Philip Heintz (AQC) – 1:52.73
Kirill Prigoda (LON) – 25.87

 

4×100 free relay
1 LAC – 3:04.78
2 AQC – 3:04.93
3 CAC – 3:04.98
4 ENS – 3:05.72
5 TOR – 3:05.80
6 LON – 3:06.50
7 TOK – 3:07.88
8 DCT – 3:08.12
9 IRO – 3:08.20
10 NYB – 3:09.23

SESSION 3

50 back 400 free
1 Ryan Murphy (LAC) – 22.75
Danas Rapsys (ENS) – 3:35.49
2 Christian Diener (LON) – 22.76
Felix Auboeck (NYB) – 3:37.48
3 Coleman Stewart (CAC) – 22.84
Tom Dean (LON) – 3:37.87
4 Guilherme Guido (LON) – 22.86
Mykhailo Romanchuk (AQC) – 3:38.93
5 Shane Ryan (TOR) – 22.86
Zane Grothe (DCT) – 3:39.34

 

4×100 medley relay
1 LON – 3:19.50
2 ENS – 3:19.55
3 LAC – 3:20.61
4 CAC – 3:20.96
5 AQC – 3:22.07
6 TOK – 3:22.31
7 IRO – 3:23.27
8 TOR – 3:24.78
9 DCT – 3:25.70
10 NYB – 3:25.76

SESSION 4

100 free 200 fly 100 back 100 IM
1 Caeleb Dressel (CAC) – 45.20 Tom Shields (LAC) – 1:49.02 Kliment Kolesnikov (ENS) – 49.16
Caeleb Dressel (CAC) – 49.88 **WR**
2 Zach Apple (DCT) – 45.74 Eddie Wang (CAC) – 1:49.89 Guilherme Guido (LON) – 49.40
Marcin Cieslak (CAC) – 51.14
3 Maxime Rooney (LAC) – 45.86 Chad le Clos (ENS) – 1:50.24 Ryan Murphy (LAC) – 49.62
Vladimir Morozov (TOK) – 51.46
4 Florent Manaudou (ENS) – 45.92 Vini Lanza (LON) – 1:50.64 Robert Glinta (IRO) – 49.64
Florent Manaudou (ENS) – 51.49
5 Alessandro Miressi (AQC) – 46.03 Tomoru Honda (TOK) – 1:51.03 Coleman Stewart (CAC) – 49.66
Michael Andrew (NYB) – 51.64

SESSION 5

200 free 50 fly 100 breast
1 Duncan Scott (LON) – 1:40.76 Nicholas Santos (IRO) – 21.78
Adam Peaty (LON) – 55.49 **WR**
2 Danas Rapsys (ENS) – 1:41.23 Szebaztian Szabo (AQC) – 21.86
Ilya Shymanovich (ENS) – 55.69
3 Townley Haas (CAC) – 1:41.58 Caeleb Dressel (CAC) – 22.04
Emre Sakci (IRO) – 55.74
4 Katsuhiro Matsumoto (TOK) – 1:41.77 Takeshi Kawamoto (TOK) – 22.28
Yasuhiro Koseki (TOK) – 56.11
5 Kacper Majchrzak (CAC) – 1:42.11 Tom Shields (LAC) – 22.32
Anton McKee (TOR) – 56.30

SESSION 6

400 IM
1
Kosuke Hagino (TOK) – 4:01.41
2
David Verraszto (IRO) – 4:03.52
3
Brandonn Almeida (NYB) – 4:03.61
4
Max Litchfield (ENS) – 4:03.76
5
Leonardo Santos (IRO) – 4:04.16

Mixed Relay

4×100 free relay
1 CAC – 3:14.96
2 LON – 3:15.17
3 ENS – 3:15.56
4 LAC – 3:15.62
5 DCT – 3:17.60
6 TOR – 3:18.38
7 AQC – 3:18.85
8 IRO – 3:19.09
9 NYB – 3:19.28
10 TOK – 3:19.55

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Steve Nolan
2 months ago

This post appears to be a formatting nightmare.

Joe
Reply to  Steve Nolan
2 months ago

Big fan of the top row of Men’s Session 4.

Chad Dressel and Kolesnikov against the virgin Shields.

N P
Reply to  Joe
2 months ago

I hope you mean veteran.

Virtus
2 months ago

The Im for girls is really weak. Four of the five aren’t even swimming

Maybae
Reply to  Virtus
2 months ago

A girl is a female under the age of 12

Judy
Reply to  Virtus
2 months ago

4 of the top 5 will be swimming

DMacNCheez
2 months ago

Off topic but I was blown away to find out that Ryan Murphy competed at short course worlds in 2012, and took bronze in the 200 back with a 1:48.8 at 17 years old! Never realized he’d been on the international stage prior to his crazy prelims mixed medley leadoff at 2015 worlds

Dan
Reply to  DMacNCheez
2 months ago

In long course he was 1.57.39 at 16 at the 2012 Olympic Trials and 1.55 in 2013 for 200m backstroke. He could probably been a contender for Finals at the 2012 Olympics if he had represented almost any other country then the US (took 1.57.33 to make that final).

Joe
Reply to  Dan
2 months ago

Japan was the only other country that got two guys into the 2012 Olympic final. Of course there’s Irie, but a lad called Watanabe went 1:56.8 at the Japense trials and in the 2012 Olympic semis.

In the semis, Hungary had two swimmers go 1:57 mid.

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