2021 ISL Final: Day 1 Live Recap

International Swimming League 2021 – Season 3, Match 18 – League Final

The 2021 ISL final has arrived, with Kaley Condors aiming to repeat as champions and Energy Standard vying to reclaim the trophy after becoming the inaugural title winners in 2019.

The London Roar and LA Current will fight to win the first ISL title in franchise history. London took second place in the first and third seasons last year, while the current had consecutive shows in fourth place.

It would be a roar without a star back Kira Toussaint, who was discharged with the disease (after testing negative for COVID-19), while Cali did not enter Celebrity Dressel In the men’s 50 freestyle – one of the events where he set the world record during the 2020 final.

Dressel will race the 100 flyaways individually to go along with both stages.

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100 fly ladies

  1. Kelsey Dalia (CAC), 54.59 WR
  2. Emma McCune (color), 55.66
  3. Mary Whattell (LON), 56.01
  4. Sarah Sjstrom (ENS), 56.17
  5. Anna Ntontunaki (Latin America), 56.26
  6. Erica Brown (CAC), 56.29
  7. Madeleine Baneke (ENS), 57.07
  8. -Mikaela Dahlke (LAC), DNS

Kelsey Dahlia Kaley Condors got off to a stunning start in the ISL final, breaking the women’s 100 butterfly world record with a time of 54.59. Swimming dahlia lowers the previous mark of 54.61, set by Sarah Sjstrom in 2014.

Dalia also lowers her American records (54.84) ​​and ISL (54.89) while scoring 12 points for the condor, while London went 2-3 with Emma McCune (55.66) and Mary Whattell (56.01).

Sjostrom ranked fourth for the power standard at 56.17.

100 fly men

  1. Tom Shields (LAC), 49.03
  2. Celebrity Dressel (CAC), 49.23
  3. Chad Le Close (ENS), 49.54
  4. Lanza wine (color), 49.91
  5. Tomoe Havas (LAC), 50.27
  6. Marcin Sislak (CAC), 50.29
  7. Edward Mildred (LON), 50.94
  8. James Jay (ENS), 51.15

After LA Current ends with a net zero in the first event (due to DNS), Tom Shields It made them on the board in a big way in the men’s 100 fly, winning a time of 49.03.

Shields was undefeated at the event in Eindhoven, having fought three to three in the playoffs. He’s been at 48.78 this season.

Celebrity Dressel, the fastest swimmer in season three at 48.53, finished second at 49.23, closing faster than anyone (26.04) after a relatively open walker 50 from 23.19.

Dressel set the world record in the event during last season’s final (47.78), but he doesn’t seem to be at his best here, which could prove costly to Cali’s chances of a repeat.

Chad Le Close (49.54) Lanza wine (49.91) was also below 50 for the Energy and London standard, respectively.

Match order

  1. Kale Condors 25.0
  2. London Roar, 20.0.2003 (London Roar)
  3. LA current 14.0
  4. Energy Standard 11.0

200 women’s back

  • World Record: 1:58.94, Kylie McKeown (Australia), 2020
  • ISL Record: 1:59.25, Mina Atherton (Australia), 2019
  1. Blessed Nelson (CAC), 2: 00.33
  2. Anastasia Shkordai (USA), 2:01.51
  3. Ingrid Willem (LAC), 2:02.38
  4. Mina Atherton (color) 2: 02.44
  5. Kathleen Baker (Latin America), 2:03.25
  6. Hali Flickinger (CAC), 2: 04.53
  7. Mary Sophie Harvey (ENS), 2:05.53
  8. Katie Shanahan (LON) 2: 07.08

Blessed Nelson Kaley consolidated her early game lead with a big win in the women’s 200 backstroke, producing the season’s fastest time of 2:00.33 to come within three tenths of the American record.

Nelson has now won the event seven times this season, with her previous fastest time back in Game 7 of the regular season at 2:00.55. She won the jackpot for two swimmers to score 12 points.

Energy Standard Anastasia Shkordai She finished second with a time of 2:01:51, breaking the Belarusian national record for the third time this season and Los Angeles. Ingrid Willem He finished third in 2:02.38.

With Kira Toussaint Unemployed , Mina Atherton He finished fourth in London with a time of 2:02:44.

200 men’s back

  1. Yevgeny Rylov (ENS), 1:47.88
  2. Ryan Murphy (LAC), 1:48
  3. Christian Diner (Colour) 1:49.25
  4. Luke Greenbank (LON) 1:50
  5. Apostolos Christou (LAC), 1:50.75
  6. Coleman Stewart (CAC), 1:51.11
  7. Brody Williams (CAC), 1:52.75
  8. Travis Mahoney (ENS), 1:52.92

Yevgeny Rylov Energy Standard got on the board with the club’s first game win in the men’s 200, unlocking the early lead and eventually stopping the LA team Ryan Murphy At the time of 1: 47.88.

Apparently Rylov has hit his dip well, returning his last win in the event in the third playoff in 1:51.47. His time of night is also the fastest of the season, surpassing Murphy’s 1:48.10 from last week.

Murphy was 0.02 short of his season best with a time of 1:48.12, while London finished second christian servant (1:49.25) and Luke Greenbank (1:50.38) Went 3-4 to get some points for the roar.

Match order

  1. Cali Condors 43.0
  2. Roar London 36.0
  3. LA current 35.0
  4. Energy Standard, 30.0

200 women’s breasts

  • World Record: 2: 14.57, Rebecca Sonny (USA), 2009
  • ISL Record: 2:15.56, Lily King (USA), 2020

200 men’s chest

  • World record: 2: 00.16, Kirill Prigoda (Russia), 2018
  • ISL Record: 2: 00.58, Marco Koch (GER), 2020

4 x 100 women’s free relays

  • World record: 3: 26.53, Netherlands, 2014
  • ISL Record: 3: 25.37, Energy Standard, 2020

50 men free

50 women free

  • World Record: 22.93, Ranomy Kromwejjogo (NED), 2017
  • ISL Record: 23.08, Sarah Sjstrom (Switzerland), 2021

200 IM Men

  • World record: 1:49.63, Ryan Lochte (USA), 2012
  • ISL Record: 1:50.76, Daiya Seto (Japan), 2019

200 ms for women

  • World Record: 2:01.86, Katinka Hoszu (Hun), 2014
  • ISL Record: 2: 03.93, Yui Ohashi (Japan), 2020

Chest 50 for men

  • World record: 25.25, Cameron van der Berg (RSA) / Ilya Shimanovich (BLR), 2009/2021
  • ISL Record: 25.29, Emre Sakci (TUR), 2020

50 women’s breasts

  • World Record: 28.56, Alia Atkinson (JAM), 2018
  • ISL Record: 28.77, Lily King (USA), 2020

4 x 100 men’s free relays

  • World Record: 3: 03.03, United States, 2018
  • ISL Record: 3:02.78, Energy Standard, 2020

The return of 50 women

Back 50 men

  • World record: 22.22, Florent Manaudou (France), 2014
  • ISL Record: 22.53, Ryan Murphy (USA), 2021

400 women free

  • World Record: 3:53.92, Ariarne Titmus (AUS), 2018
  • ISL Record: 3:54.06, Katie Ledecky (USA), 2019

400 men for free

  • World record: 3: 32.25, Yannick Agnil (France), 2012
  • ISL Record: 3:35.49, Today Rapsys (LTU), 2020

4 x 100 medley women’s relay

  • World Record: 3:44.52, US, 2020
  • ISL Record: 3:44.52, Kale Condors, 2020

4 x 100 medley men’s relay

  • World record: 3: 19.16, Russia, 2009
  • ISL Record: 3: 18.28, Energy Standard, 2020

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