Isl: the Dahlia and the McKeon lesson. Mora mocked by 3 cents. Chalmers burns Dressel. The frog is King
This fourth stage of the Isl playoffs in the short course of Eindhoven is a hot round. Two of the candidates for the title of the World Swimming Championships 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 triolympic from 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.