After a two-day workshop in London organized by the International Swimming League (ISL), 30 of the world’s best swimmers decided to form an association to fight for equity.
The war in Ukraine is a tragedy, having destroyed lives, families and homes. Many of our ISL colleagues remain trapped in Kyiv, and the conflict seems poised to continue for the foreseeable future. In light of this force majeure situation, we cannot, in good faith to our swimmers and our fans, commit to hosting anyRead more
The International Swimming League has been built around the values of respect, diversity and equality. We reject violence and conflict in all forms. We are deeply concerned for the wellbeing of our Ukrainian friends and colleagues as we watch in shock, horror and sadness the situation in Ukraine unflod. We stand united in our supportRead more
Following surprise announcements made recently that change the global swimming competition calendar, the ISL would like to address the members of the swimming community – swimmers, coaches, federation members etc. – as we understand that these announcements put many of them in a difficult position due to changing plans and calendar clashes. The ISL remainsRead more
Following the announcement of ISL Season 4, the League will be releasing regular updates over the coming weeks in the lead-up to the Draft regarding improvements that will be made to Season 4. These changes have been designed and implemented in response to feedback from the ISL community, including but not limited to General Managers,Read more