Belarus' Ilya Shymanovich set a new world record as Energy Standard dominated the ISL Playoff Match 3 ©Getty Images

Belarus' Ilya Shymanovich set a new world record in the short-course 100 metres breaststroke as Energy Standard dominated the International Swimming League (ISL) Playoff Match 3.

Shymanovich, who finished eighth in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic final, swam over long-course, powered home in 55.32sec, shaving 0.02 sec off his previous world record.

It completed an excellent two days for Energy Standard, who dominated the third ISL playoff match.

Sweden's Sarah Sjöström produced wins in the women's 50 metres freestyle and women's skins.

Shymanovich also secured victory in the 200m breaststroke, as well as his 100m world-record victory.

Russia's Evgeny Rylov cruised to victory in the 200m backstroke.

Energy Standard finished day one with an unassailable lead of 286 points to the Toronto Titans' 225 points.

The team compounded their advantage on day two, eventually winning with 583 points. 

The Titans claimed second with 407 points, and Aqua Centurions finished third on 390.

Sjöström led the way for Energy Standard, scoring a meet-leading 87.5 points.