Cali Condors have the advantage going into the second day of the International Swimming League (ISL) final in Budapest after Caeleb Dressel broke two world records.
Shayna Jack claimed she accepted the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) decision to half her doping ban to two years with a "positive attitude" as she vowed to return to swimming next year.
Defending champions Energy Standard will hope to retain their International Swimming League (ISL) title as the second season of the team event concludes this weekend in Budapest.
International Swimming League (ISL) has claimed it will honour all financial obligations to suppliers and will alter how it approaches the market going forwards, with the organisation admitting its commercial operations have failed significantly meaning most projections have not materialised.
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.
Australian swimmer Shayna Jack's doping ban has been halved to two years by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) after it ruled she had not intentionally taken a prohibited substance.
Adam Peaty set a new world record in the 100 metres breaststroke as London Roar and Energy Standard cruised into the International Swimming League (ISL) final.
Toussaint breaks 50m backstroke world record as London Roar and Energy Standard dominate first ISL semi-final
Kira Toussaint became the first swimmer to set a new world record this International Swimming League season as London Roar and Energy Standard edged towards the final.
The International Swimming League (ISL) moves to the knockout stage tomorrow, with eight teams doing battle over the course of two matches for the chance to secure a place in the coveted final.
Cali Condors ended the International Swimming League (ISL) regular season with a perfect four wins from four at the Duna Arena in Budapest.
Cali Condors are on track to make it four wins from four this International Swimming League (ISL) season, while Energy Standard also have a big lead at the halfway stage of their match.
Australian swimmers James Magnussen and Christian Sprenger have claimed it would be unfair if they were to lose their Olympic relay bronze medals after London 2012 team mate Brenton Rickard revealed a sample he provided at the Games had tested positive for a banned substance.
Two-time Olympic gold medallist Kieren Perkins has been elected as the new President of Swimming Australia.
Toronto Titans are aiming for a place in the International Swimming League (ISL) semi-finals with match nine and 10 scheduled for tomorrow and Tuesday (November 10).
Swimming Canada high performance director John Atkinson discussed the difficulties of organising trials for next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo during the COVID-19 pandemic.