[Sports Road News]The 2021 International Swimming League (ISL) finals will be held on Friday (3rd) at the Horgenbant Swimming Pool in Yanhaufen, the Netherlands. ×The 100-meter freestyle relay once again swam out the fastest time of the whole game, helping the swimming team to win the event easily. She also created a seven-game winning streak in the women’s 400-meter freestyle during the season, in a brave state.
The ISL finals are definitely full of strong players. Except for the first two championships Energy Standard and Cali Conders, the remaining LA Current and London Roar are not idle opponents. On Friday, Siobhan represented his own swimming team Energy Standard in the 4×100m freestyle relay and came to the finals. The four swimming teams in their respective “A teams” all presented the strongest lineups to grab points, but in the end they still had 3 swimmers. The Energy Standard swimmer with a 51-second split time is the winner.
Leading the team, He Shibei swam the fastest 51.06 of the 32 swimmers in the game. His teammate Femke Heemskerk swam 51.88 in the second bar. In addition, the finale Sarah Sjostrom also recorded 51.85. In time, Energy Standard finally won the event in 3:27.87, slightly faster than the second place London Roar by 1.26.
Siobhan later played 50 frogs, and she participated in this event in four consecutive races. He Shibei finished in the top 4 in the previous three games, including two thirds. In the finals where masters gathered, the first 6 swimmers, including Siobhan, completed within 30 seconds. He Shibei finished 6th in 29.97 seconds and scored 3 points for the swimming team. The time and the score The champion Alia Atkinson is 0 seconds 82 slower, which is also slightly slower than her fastest time of 29.92 in this season by 0 seconds 05.
After He Shibei played in the 400s, she grabbed the extra checkpoint points for Energy Standard in the early stages and kept the lead in the first 250 meters. When the 300 meters touched the pool and turned, He Shibei was overtaken by London Roar’s Freya Anderson and fell to the second place. Siobhan was still slightly slower than Freya by 0.16 when he finished 350 meters. However, the 24-year-old port will perform amazingly in the final 50 meters. With his strength and speed, he swam out his fastest split time of 28.41, and beat Freya from behind with 3:58.80, winning this event for the seventh time in a row during the season. The runner-up fell to Hali Flickinger of Cali Conders. She made a time of 3 minutes 58.91. The third place Freya Anderson also finished in 4 minutes, with a time of 3 minutes 59.96.
After completing the first day of the finals, He Shibei temporarily ranked third in the MVP list with 26.5 points, 10.5 points and 5.5 points behind Cali Conders’ Nik Fink and teammate Si Zutang, respectively. On the second day of Friday (4th), Siobhan is expected to play 100 players, and her strengths are 200 players. Among them, she has never lost 200 players in ISL and has a record of 16 wins in three seasons.
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