Match 11 day 2 preview


After a mind-blowing Day 1 of the last match of the Regular Season of ISL, we are heading to Day 2, where the last 4 teams in the ranking will have their final chance to get to the play-offs. On Day 1, the underdogs DC Trident proved themselves by taking the lead over the other teams, while Iron, Tokyo Frog Kings and New York Breakers were cruising between the 2nd, 3rd and 4th places.

Match 11 Day 1 results:

1. DC Trident – 277
2. Iron – 226.5
3. Tokyo Frog Kings – 214.5
4. New York Breakers – 193


Expect Day 2 to be an exciting struggle between the four teams, who will all be trying to turn the “death match” into a “revival match” and not be eliminated. The most valuable events of this day are the Skin Races and the Mixed Medley Relays, where teams have the biggest opportunity to win a lot of points.

The skins will be breaststroke for women and freestyle for men. In the women’s skins, Iron’s Ida Hulkko and Jenna Strauch, Tokyo’s Kanako Watanabe and Miranda Tucker, Trident’s Tatiana Belonogoff and Maria Temnikova and Breakers’ Sarah Vasey and Molly Renshaw will have a very close encounter. Expect an amazing swim from Ida Hulkko, who has a chance to get many jackpot points for her team. In the men’s skins, freestyle ace Ryan Hoffer from DC will fight against the skins king Thom de Boer and Marco Orsi from Iron, Vladimir Morozov from the Frog Kings and Matt Temple from the Breakers.

With each team having a chance to take the win, anything is possible today!

ABOUT THE ISL: The International Swimming League is the first global professional swimming team-based competition. Founded in 2018, the league currently consists of 10 teams based in North America (Cali Condors, DC Trident, LA Current, NY Breakers and Toronto Titans), Europe (Italy-based Aqua Centurions, Energy Standard, Hungary-based Iron, and the UK-based London Roar) and Asia (Tokyo Frog Kings).

ISL Season 3 will take place in three phases, with Naples, Italy, first playing host to the 10 ISL clubs in a five-week regular season from 26 August to 30 September. This will be followed by a Play-off phase of three weeks in November, which will bring together the top eight ISL Clubs to compete for a spot in the ISL Final. The ISL Grand Final is set to take place at the end of December or early January 2022, when the ISL Champions will be crowned.

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