Swim Poll of the Week: Most Impressive Male Swimmer During the ISL Regular Season?

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This is the Swim Poll of the Week for Friday, October 22, 2021, sponsored by Strechcordz Swim Training Products. In our last poll, we wanted to know: Who was the most impressive male swimmer during the ISL regular season?

The options in this poll were Cali Condors Caeleb Dressel and Coleman Stewart, London Roar’s Duncan Scott and the Tokyo Frog Kings’ Daiya Seto. Each of these swimmers picked up many wins over the course of their ISL seasons. Dressel swam in just two full meets and part of a third, but he picked up where he left off after a five-gold-medal performance at the Olympics. He lost just twice in his individual races, and both were super tight contests: to Takeshi Kawamoto in the 50 fly and Daiya Seto in the 200 IM.

Scott picked up 13 victories across six different events (100, 200 and 400 freestyle; 100, 200 and 400 IM), and he was undefeated in the 200 free. Seto had 14 victories: five in the 200 butterfly (including the play-in match), four in the 400 IM, three in the 200 IM and two in the 200 breast. And Stewart was the only swimmer to break an individual world record during the regular season as he clocked an stunning 48.33 in the 100-meter backstroke (SCM) at the second meet of the season. Stewart had eight wins over the course of the season, including one meet in skins.

So which of these swimmers was most impressive?

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Swim Poll of the Week: Who was the most impressive male swimmer during the ISL regular season?

Caeleb Dressel (USA, Cali Condors) — 34%

Duncan Scott (GBR, London Roar) — 6%

Daiya Seto (JPN, Tokyo Frog Kings) — 8%

Coleman Stewart (USA, Cali Condors) — 50%


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