The MySwimPro team just got back from our epic week at the December 20-21, 2019 International Swimming League World Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

Watch all our highlight videos below!

Fares Ksebati (CEO & Co-Founder) and Charlie Brown (Community Champion) from the MySwimPro team had a blast watching some fast swimming in this incredible pool inside of the Mandalay Bay resort.

Check out our behind-the-scenes look and watch the amazing world records set at the meet!


What Is The International Swimming League (ISL)?

The International Swimming League is a groundbreaking global professional team competition launched in 2019 that is set to revolutionize the sport of swimming.

Male and female swimmers will be competing to win points for their clubs in regular season and derby matches across Europe and the United States in October and November — before a grand final featuring the top four teams (two U.S., two European) in Las Vegas, Nevada, in December, when the inaugural ISL Champions will be crowned.

Watch Caeleb Dressel’s WORLD RECORD 20.24 50m Free:

Each team will bring a roster of up to 14 men and 14 women to their respective matches, with the teammates’ joint points tallies (not medals or times) earning their team its placing in the overall league table.

The innovative format for the opening season will see 8 clubs (Cali Condors, DC Trident, Aqua Centurions, Energy Standard, LA Current, NY Breakers, Iron, and London Roar) compete in Indianapolis, IN., Naples ITA, Lewisville TX., Budapest HUN, College Park MD., and London GBR, before the grand final in Las Vegas on December 20-21, 2019.

A match consists of two 2-hour sessions held over two days with four teams competing. The match-winning club is determined based on the points total of each club at the end of the second session. The program on each day includes events for both female and male athletes. The coach of each team picks two athletes to take part in each event. Athletes earn points for their teams. The overall points result for each team is the total number of points won over the two days.

FAQs About The Finals

In this video, we’re answering all your questions about the ISL and the 2019 finals.


Meet The General Manager & Assistant GM of The New Team In Toronto

We sat down with our friends Dylan and Rob Kent to chat about their new roles with the International Swimming League. Hear what it’s like to be part of this great new organization.


Watch Races From The Meet:

NEW U.S. OPEN RECORD! Daiya Seto 1:50.76 200m IM

U.S. OPEN RECORD! Caeleb Dressel 45.22 100m Freestyle

NEW U.S. Open Record: Minna Atherton 55.09 100m Backstroke

BREASTSTROKE KING! Adam Peaty U.S. Open Record 55.92 100m Breaststroke

NEW U.S. OPEN RECORD! Caeleb Dressel 22.06 50m Butterfly

NEW U.S. OPEN RECORD! Daiya Seto – 1:48.77 200m Butterfly

We had so much fun at this great meet, and can’t wait to watch the ISL in 2020! Hope you enjoyed watching these great races.

Happy swimming!

– The MySwimPro Team

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