Watch All Nine World Records Set in Second ISL Season

Caeleb Dressel-ISL

Watch All Nine World Records Set in Second ISL Season

Over the final two weeks of the International Swimming League season, which concluded with the Cali Condors claiming the team title over defending champion Energy Standard, nine short-course world records were set at the Duna Arena in Budapest. American Caeleb Dressel accounted for four of the records, with Great Britain’s Adam Peaty posting two global standard. Kira Toussaint, Kliment Kolesnikov and the Cali Condors women each broke one world record.

One can only hope that the excitement that was seen at the end of the ISL season carries into 2021, with the Olympic Games in Tokyo serving the highlight event on the calendar. With the COVID-19 pandemic rocking the world, the speed and excitement brought by the ISL postseason was a positive for the sport, and served as a reminder of the vast talent that is being molded around the world.

Here is footage of the nine world records that went during the semifinals and finals of the ISL campaign.

Caeleb Dressel, 50 Freestyle – 20.16

Caeleb Dressel, 100 I.M. – 49.28

Caeleb Dressel, 100 Butterfly – 47.78

Adam Peaty, 100 Breaststroke – 55.41

Kliment Kolesnikov, 100 Backstroke – 48.58

Cali Condors Women’s 400 Medley Relay – 3:44.52

Kira Toussaint, 50 Backstroke – 25.60

Adam Peaty, 100 Breaststroke – 55.49

Caeleb Dressel, 100 I.M. – 49.88

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