Vlad Morozov is Gunning for Manaudou’s World Record at SC Euro Champs (Video)

2019 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE – EUROPEAN DERBY

  • Saturday, November 23 – Sunday, November 24, 2019
  • 5:00-7:00 PM Local Time (12:00 noon – 2:00 PM, U.S. Eastern Time)
  • London Aquatics Centre – London, England
  • Short Course Meters (SCM) format
  • European franchises: Aqua Centurions, Energy Standard, Iron, London Roar
  • Start Lists
  • Day 1 Complete Results (with Corrected MVP Standings)
  • Day 2 Complete Results

Reported by Spencer Penland.

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ROUND 1 – QUARTERFINAL

1. Kristian Gkolomeev – AQC – 21.34
2. Florent Manaudou – ENS – 21.35
3. Vladimir Morozov – IRO – 21.46
4. Duncan Scott – LON – 21.46
5. Ben Proud – ENS – 21.48
6. Pieter Timmers – IRO – 21.54
7. Yuri Kisil – LON – 21.54
8. Vladislav Grinev – AQC – 21.73

We got one each in the men’s skins, with crucial members Scott (Roar), Morozov (Iron), Manaudou (Energy), and Glokomeev (Aqua).

ROUND 2 – SEMIFINAL

1. Florent Manaudou – ENS – 21.94
2. Vladimir Morozov – IRO – 22.01
3. Duncan Scott – LON – 22.17
4. Kristian Gkolomeev – AQC – 22.51

Duncan Scott was bumped out, which is unfortunate for London, howver, they’ll still advance to the finals in Las Vegas.

And the Energy Standard have nearly sealed the derby title with Manaudou in and Scott bumped out.

ROUND 3 – FINAL

1. Vladimir Morozov – IRO – 21.78
2. Florent Manaudou – ENS – 22.25

Morozov gave it one last hurrah for the Iron as they managed to snag a respectable third-place team effort. As for Manaudou, despite finishing second, his 21-point steal allowed Energy Standard to become the only undefeated ISL team thus far in the season.

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PhillyMark
10 months ago

WADA just recommended 4 yr ban for russia from olympics starting in Jan 2020

Ragnar
10 months ago

Must be required by sponsors, because I would imagine the first professional championships are a lot cooler than EuroSC champs. Plus the competition at ISL champs is the fastest we’ll see pre-Tokyo

FFOROZZOM
10 months ago

He’s too ruined from ISL

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