Isl: the Dahlia and the McKeon lesson. Mora mocked by 3 cents. Chalmers burns Dressel. The frog is King

Emma McKeon

This fourth stage of the Isl playoffs in the short course of Eindhoven is a hot round. Two of the candidates for the World Swimming Championships title meet (not to mention Marsh’s Los Angeles Current): the outgoing holders of the Cali Condors (who find Caeleb Dressel) and the London Roar of Chalmers and Emma McKeon. The Australian collects in the 100 butterfly the defeat of 1 ″ 11 by the best Kelsi Dahlia Worrell, who touches in 54 ″ 89, record of the Isl and the first time in the review under 55 ″. The American shakes the world record of 54 ″ 61 of the Swedish Sarah Sjostrom and touches the American limit of 54 ″ 84 which already belongs to her. And he is American with Tom Shields of LA Current, also the male success in 49 ″ 36 and that of the 200 backstroke with Beata Nelson, author of 2’00 ″ 91. The first European victory matures in the 200 backstroke, thanks to the German Christian Dinier who in 1’49 “04 beats the triolympian of Rio, Ryan Murphy, by exactly 3 tenths, on his return to the Isl, while the British Luke Greenbank denies in 1’51” 18 by 3 cents third place went to the European medalist Lorenzo Mora, who swims for the Iron Budapest (without the Hosszu struggling with the post Covid). The blue faces the top of the world and is growing a lot in terms of international experience.

Lilly King ends the American hat-trick in the 200 breaststroke: 2’16 ″ 47 clear of Roar’s Annie Lazor (2’18 ″ 82) and Cali Condors partner Emily Escobedo (2’19 ″ 42). King has a personal of 2’15 “56 and is always chasing Rebecca Soni’s world championship (2’14” 57) but will miss the world championship in Abu Dhabi. She prefers the emotions of Islam… Lilly also makes an encore in the 50s, rejecting the Jamaican Alia Atkinson in 29 ″ 36 of 18 cents. Swede Erik Persson dominates the resistant male frog in 2’02 ″ 41.

Los Angeles Current are serious and take the fast pink relay, in which an excellent 52 ″ 78 Costanza Cocconcelli competed for Budapest: it was not enough for the podium.

Kyle Chalmers, Olympic 100 sl in Rio

Kyle Chalmers, Olympic 100 sl in Rio

Chalmers takes his first revenge in the duel between the fastest swimmers in the world: the Australian record holder of the 100 touches in 20 ″ 97, for 3 cents faster than Kristian Gkolomeev and for 7 of Caeleb Dressel, fresh from the change of coach (now Nesty) and the cover of People (who elected him the sexiest man in the world, he who is very religious and does not intend to hate swimming, soon). A wild Chalmers (45 ″ 53) launches the London Roar in the fast relay for the void on the Condors of a dull Dressel (47 ″ 26), naturally not helped by his teammates. The American leaves Marco Orsi’s Iron (47 ″ 73) in fourth place. And they are also pains for another great Tokyo veteran: McKeon, in the third race, loses again from the American Abby Weiteil (23 ″ 90). In the evening of the Roar Duncan Scott takes the 400 sl with a 3’39 at the Detti. Finally, in the mixed relays, Dressel and McKeon manage to cheer… Roar in front of the Condors: tomorrow is always repeated at 7pm on Sky Action.

UOMINI – 50 sl: 1. Chalmers (Aus / Lon) 20 ″ 97, 2. Gkolomeev (Gre / LA) 21 ″ 00, 3. Dressel (Usa / Con) 21 ″ 04, 4. Lobanovszkij (Rus-Svi / Iron ) 21 ″ 08.

400 sl: 1. Scott (Gb / Lon) 3’39 ″ 11, 2. Scheffer (Bra / LA) 3’42 ″ 02, 3. Wang (Usa / Con) 3’42 ″ 20.

50 back: 1. Murphy (Usa / LA) 22 ″ 63, 2. Diener (Ger / Lon) 22 ″ 84, 3. Guido (Bra / 22 ″ 93), 6. Mora (Iro) 23 ″ 56.

200 dorso: 1. Diener (Ger/Lon) 1’49″04, 2. R.Murphy (Usa/LA) 1’49″34, 3. Greenbank (Gb/Lon) 1’51″18, 4. Mora (Iro) 1’51″21.

50 breaststroke: 1. Reitshammer (Aut / Iro) 26 ″ 10, 2. Fink (Usa / Con) 26 ″ 35, 3. Rothbauer (Aut / LA) 26 ″ 67.

200 breaststroke: 1. Persson (Sve / Iro) 2’02 ″ 41, 2. Fink (Usa / Con) 2’04 ″ 47, 3. Rothbauer (Aut / LA) 2’05 ″ 55.

100 butterfly: 1. Shields (Usa / LA) 49 ″ 36, 2. Lanza (Bra / Lon) 50 ″ 06, 3. N.Santos (Bra / Iro) 50 ″ 21.

200 mx: 1. Scott (Gb / Lon) 1’52 ″ 35, 2. Lanza (Bra / Lon) and L.Santos (Bra / Iro) 1’54 ″ 14.

4×100 sl: 1. London Roar 3’04″55 (Chalmers 45″53, Nakamura 46″63, Incerti 46″49, Carter 45″90), 2. LA Current 3’06″15 (Pinfold 47″09, Christou 45″98, Shields 47″05, Rooney 46″03), 3. Cali Condors 3’08″19 (Majchrzak 47″10, Puts 47″58, Ress 46″25, Dressel 47″26), 4, Iron Budapest 3’09″00 (1a f. Orsi 47″73), 6. Iron-2 3’11″39 (3a f. Mora 47″74).
4×100 mx: 1. Cali Condors 3’22″44 (Stewart 50″47, Fink 56″58, Dressel 49″60, Ress 45″79), 2. London Roar 3’23″23 (Guido 49″29, Williamson 58″05, Chalmers 50″05, CArter 45″86), 3. LA Current 3’24″57 (Murphy 49″73, Acevedo 58″45, Shields 48″83, Pinfold 46″32).

Lilly King

Lilly King

WOMEN – 50 sl: 1. Weitzeil (Usa / LA) 23 ″ 90, 2. McKeon (Aus / Lon) and Kromowidjojo (Ola / Iro) 23 ″ 91, 4. Brown (Usa / Con) 24 ″ 02.

400 sl: 1. Flickinger (Usa/Con) 4’00″82, 2. Anderson (Gb) 4’00″85, 3.Dumont (Bel/LA) 4’03″52, 8. Cocconcelli (Iro) 4’09″11.

50 back: 1. Toussaint (Ola / Lon) 25 ″ 99, 2. Wilm (Gb / LA) 26 ″ 31, 3.Smoliga (Usa / Con) 26 ″ 32, 7. Scalia (Iro) 26 ″ 58.

200 back: 1. Nelson (Usa / Con) 2’00 ″ 91, 2. Baker (Usa / LA) 2’01 ″ 77, 3. Toussaint (Ola / Lon) 2’03 ″ 30.

50 rana: 1. King (Usa/Con) 29″36, 2. Atkinson (Jam/Lon) 29″54, 3. Hullko (Fin/Iro) 29″84.

200 frog: 1. King (Usa / Con) 2’16 ″ 47, 2. Lazor (Usa / Lon) 2’18 ″ 82, 3. Escobedo (Usa / Con) 2’19 ″ 42.

100 butterfly: 1. Dahlia (Usa / Con) 54 ″ 89 (25 ″ 89, rec.Isl), 2. McKeon (Aus / Lon) 56 ″ 00, 3. Brown (Usa / Con) 56 ″ 13, 7. Bianchi (Lon) 57 ″ 79 (26 ″ 90).

200 mx: 1. Pickrem (Can / Lon) 2’05 ″ 29, 2. Nelson (Usa / Con) 2’06 ″ 46, 3. Ugolkova (Svi / Iro) 2’07 ″ 02.

4×100 sl: 1. Los Angeles Current 3’27″44 (Weitzeil 51″99, Wilson 51″79, Gorbenko 51″85, Gastaldello 51″81), 2. Cali Condors 3”28″43 (Hinds 52″24, Brown 51″74, Dahlia 52″91, Smoliga 51″54), 3. London Roar 3’29″50 (McKeon 51″61, Wattel 52″55, Anderson 52″22, Toussaint 53″12), 4. Iron Budapest 3’31″68 (1a f. Kromowidjojo 52″16, 4a .f Cocconcelli 52″78), 8. Iron-2 (4a f. Scalia 57″30).

4×100 mx: 1. London Roar 3’46″28 (Toussint 56″28, Atkinson 1’03″53, Wattel 55″80, McKeon 50″67), 2. Cali Condors 3’47″44 (Nelson 56″28, King 1’03″59, Dahlia 55″53, Brown 51″96), 2. LA Current 3’49″26 (Wilm 56″37, Gorbenko 1’04″35, Ntountounaki 56″41, Weitzeil 52″13), 5. Iron 3’51″79 (1a f. Sclia 58″15).

Classification 1st day 4th stage: 1. London Roar 287.5, 2. Cali Condors 238, 3. LA Current 228, 4. Iron Budapest 156.5.

Celeb Dressel

Celeb Dressel

Overall ranking of the playoffs (after 3 stages): 1. Energy Standard 7 (2 match), 2. Toronto Titans 5 (2), 3. Cali Condors e Los Angeles Current 4 (2), 5. London Roar 3 (1), Aqua Centurions e DC Trident 3 (2), 8. Iron Budapest 1 (1).

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Isl: the Dahlia and the McKeon lesson. Mora mocked by 3 cents. Chalmers burns Dressel. The frog is King

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