ISL 2020 PREVIEW | International Swimming League - Season 2 [PODCAST]

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In this week's episode of the Propulsion Swimming Podcast, we preview the International Swimming League Season 2 in Budapest.

As the 10 best swimming clubs prepare to go head to head in this years 'bubble' edition of the popular ISL swimming competition, we review the new rule changes, what world records will fall, and if swim racing is going to be successful during this period of sporting uncertainty.

For those of you new to the International Swimming League; DC Trident, Cali Condors, NY Breakers, LA Current, London Road, Team Iron, Energy Standard and Aqua Centurions plus new teams Toronto Titans and Tokyo Frog Kings compete in a new swimming competition aimed at increasing media interest and money in Swimming!!

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