The Cali Condors and LA Current have reached the final of this year's International Swimming League ©ISL

The Cali Condors and LA Current have reached the final of this year's International Swimming League (ISL) after finishing as the top two teams in their semi-final in Budapest.

The Condors, who maintained their record of having won every one of their ISL matches this season, and LA Current outclassed their opponents, Iron and Toronto Titans, on their way to reaching the final.

Cali Condors held a 28 point advantage over LA Current after day one of their match and maintained their advantage throughout day two, winning in the end by 143.5 points with a final total of 605.5.

LA Current held an 82 point lead over third placed Iron after day one and comfortably maintained that buffer as they finished 182 points clear of third with a final total of 462.

On a dominant second day the Condors won 10 races, all courtesy of American swimmers, with victories for Caeleb Dressel in the men's 100m freestyle and later in the men's 100m individual medley, Hali Flickinger in the women's 200m butterfly and later in the women's 400m individual medley, Olivia Smoliga in the women's 100m backstroke, Allison Schmitt in the women's 200m freestyle, Townley Haas in the men's 200m freestyle and Lilly King in the women's 100m breaststroke and women's 50m breaststroke skins, 

Cali Condors also won one team event - the mixed 4x100m freestyle relay with their all-American quartet of Dressel, Smoliga, Justin Ress and Erika Brown.

On a day of domination the most talked about performance from a Cali Condors swimmer was Dressel's 100m individual medley, which saw him knock four tenths of a second off the world record previously held by Russia's Vladimir Morozov.

Dressel became the first man to go under 50 seconds in the discipline as he touched the wall in 49.88 sec.

Cali Condors secured a healthy points haul from this race with teammate Marcin Cieslak of Poland finishing second in 51.14.

Although they never looked like catching the Condors, the LA Current enjoyed a comfortable passage through to the ISL final after a second day which saw them win four races.

LA Current winners on day two were France's Beryl Gastaldello in the women's 100m freestyle and women's 100m individual medley, American Tom Shields in the men's 200m butterfly and fellow American Ryan Murphy in the men's 50m backstroke skins.

The Condors ended on 605.5 points with 264.5 points coming in the men's events, 315 in the women's races and 26 in the mixed.

LA Current finished with 462 points with 252 coming in the men's races, 192 in the women's events and 18 in the mixed.

Iron and Toronto Titans were eliminated from the competition after finishing with 340.5 and 303 points respectively.

Cali Condors and LA Current will join Energy Standard and London Roar in the final which is scheduled to take place over two days on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 November.

Energy Standard won their semi-final with 580 points while London Roar earned 517.5 on their way to finishing second.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, all ISL matches are taking place without the presence of fans and in a bio-secure bubble at the Duna Arena.