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ISL Season 3 Match 10 - Napoli

Aqua Centurions, Iron, New York Breakers and Tokyo Frog Kings were all looking to record their first ISL Season 3 win in Match 10 held in Naples over 25/26 Sep 2021.

Report Links: Day 1 | Day 2

Day 1


Video: Match 10 Day 1 highlights.

Third ranked going into the Women's 100m Butterfly event and in third place with 50m to go, Elena di Liddo (AQC, 56.28) overtook her rivals to beat Aly Tetzloff (TOK) by 0.28s. Alys Thomas (IRO, 57.54) and Harriet Jones (TOK, 57.93) finished in sixth and seventh place respectively.

The only sub 50s swimmer, Matteo Rivolta (49.77) made it two wins in a row for AQC going close to his Italian record 49.54 in the Men's 100m Butterfly. Takeshi Kawamoto (TOK) finished 0.3s behind in second place.

Iron’s Ingeborg Loyning (2:03.67) led throughout the Women's 200m Backstroke, breaking the Norwegian record en route to her first ISL win, and finishing 0.09s ahead after a late charge by Gabby DeLoof (TOK).

Grigory Tarasevich (TOK, 1:50.79) served up Tokyo's first win of Match 10 in the Men's 200m Backstroke with Iron duo Lorenzo Mora (1:51.01) and Robert Glinta (1:51.96) finishing second and third while Elliot Clogg (NYB,) clocked 1:55.38.

If you were patiently waiting for Brits to hit the top 3, your wait was over in the Women's 200m Breaststroke. New York Breakers' Molly Renshaw (2:19.77) again went under 2:20s as in Match 7 but finished one place better in first. Team mate Abbie Wood (2:20.02) finished third.

Iron's Erik Persson (2:02.39) was made to work hard for his fourth consecutive Men's 200m Breaststroke win, overhauling Arno Kamminga (AQC, 2:02.96) and then Daiya Seto (2:02.48) for a victory margin by 0.09s. James Wilby (NYB) clocked 2:10.24.

Iron (3:30.21) doubled their points haul after leading throughout and winning the Women's 4x100m Freestyle, after managing to survive Mallory Comerford's Tokyo strong finish by just 0.02s. Lucy Hope (NYB, 53.62), Holly Hibbott (AQC,55.42) and Alys Thomas (IRO, 55.60) featured in their respective sixth to eighth placed quartets.

The Men's 50m Freestyle saw Sebastztian Szabo (AQC, 21.13) get points on the board for AQC, finishing 0.15s ahead of Stan Pijnenburg (NYB, 21.28).

One of the closest races this Season came in the Women's 50m Freestyle in which fourth ranked Catie DeLoof (TOK, 24.19) finished 0.01s of Mariia Kamaneva (AQC) and 0.03s ahead of favourite Ranomi Kromowidjojo (IRO).

Daiya Seto (1:52.59) was back winning the Men's 200m Individual Medley for Tokyo, almost a second ahead of Philip Heintz (NYB, 1:53.58). Joe Litchfield (NYB, 1:54.65) finished sixth.
 

Abbie Wood (NYB) and Yui Ohashi, (TOK) tied for first place in the Women's 200m Individual Medley on 2:05.45 after the Japanese Olympic gold medallist recovered over 0.5s on the freestyle leg.

The only sub 26s swim came from top ranked Aqua Centurion Nicolo Martinenghi (25.89) as he won the Men's 50m Breaststroke and with it a sizeable jackpot. James Wilby (NYB) clocked 27.81.

An Aqua Centurion 1-2 from Arianna Castiglioni (29.09) and Martina Carraro (29.72) in the Women's 50m Breaststroke scored a combined 26 points in the race. Castiglioni's third win in the event this Season came with its Season best time. The race also featured NY Breakers' Sarah Vasey (30.63) and Molly Renshaw (30.82) in sixth and seventh places.

The AQC momentum continued with a 3:06.37 win in the Men's 4x100m Freestyle which extended their Club's lead over Tokyo by 31 points. The margin of victory was 0.3s over a New York Breakers quartet led off by Jacob Whittle (47.26) who had touched in third, one place behind Matt Richards (IRO, 47.21). Elliot Clogg (48.50) also featured in the sixth placed NYB team.

Elena Di Liddo (26.39) recorded another individual win on Day 1 for AQC in the Women's 50m Backstroke.

An Iron 1-2 in the Men's 50m backstroke from Guilherme Basseto (23.22) and Robert Glinta (23.38) ended Aqua Centurions' winning streak. Joe Litchfield (NYB, 23.57) placed sixth.

Bath NC's Holly Hibbott (AQC, 4:05.61) placed fourth in the Women's 400m Freestyle won by Iron's Barbora Seemanova (4:02.09) with Paige Maddn (TOK, 4:02.40) in second, the only sub 4:03 swimmers.

Brendon Smith (NYB, 3:39.20) improved 0.89s on his Match 7 winning time after taking over the lead from Matteo Ciampi (AQC, 3:42.02) with 100m of the Men's 400m Freestyle to go.
 

Aqua Centurions were making certain they would end as Day 1 leaders thanks to a 3:49.11 win for 20 points in the Women's 4x100m Medley Relay. Iron (3:50.15) and a New York (3:52.62) foursome which included Molly Renshaw (1:05.74) came second and third. Alys Thomas (IRO, 57.73) and Tokyo's Cassie Wild (59.58) and Harriet Jones (57.80) featured in the race.
 

Any lingering doubts were then dispelled as the Centurions delivered a Men's 4x100m Medley Relay 1-2: 3:23.51 and 3:24.16 for a combined 38 points. Matt Richards (46.90) anchored Iron's fourth placed quartet. New York Breakers' Joe Litchfield (51.44) led off his quartet to a sixth placed finish while team mate James Wilby (1:00.68) clocked 7th place for his team..
 

Day 1 Standings
1. Aqua Centurions – 306.5
2. Iron – 247.5
3. Tokyo Frog Kings – 206.0
4. New York Breakers – 141.0

Day 2
 

Day 2 kicked off with Ranomi Kromowidjojo (51.99) and Barbora Seemanova (52.31) demonstrating Iron's intent to close the points gap with a 1-2 in the Women's 100m Freestyle.

Aqua Centurions responded with a 1-2 of their own from Alessandro Miressi (46.31) and Thomas Cccon (46.62) in the Men's 100m Freestyle which saw Matt Richards (47.30) finish the faster of the two Iron swimmers in seventh place.

Svetlana Chimrova (NYB, 2:04.65) overtook Iron's Alys Thomas (2:04.85) over the final 50m to win the Women's 200m Butterfly by 0.2s. Harriet Jones (TOK) clocked 2:10.68.

Daiya Seto (TOK, 1:51.13) held onto a lead he had taken over by 150m from a fading Matt Temple to finish the Men's 200m Butterfly 0.18s ahead of Leonardo de Deus (AQC) and earn jackpots.

Pauline Peda (NYB, 57.40) denied Iron’s Ingeborg Loyning the chance of a double by 0.02s in the Women's 100m Backstroke. Tokyo's DeLoof sisters Catie and Gabby finished third and fourth.

Favourite Robert Glinta (49.60) won the Men's 100m Backstroke for Iron with the only sub 50s swim. Elliot Clogg (NYB, 52.91) finished seventh.

New York's third individual win of Day 2 came courtesy of Alicja Tchorz (58.43) who held off the advancing Constanza Coccocelli (IRO) by 0.02s in the Women's 100m Medley. NYB team mate Abbie Wood clocked 59.36 for her fifth place.

The wins continued to be spread around as Iron's Marco Orsi (51.51) beat his countryman Thomas Ceccon (AQC) to the finish of the Men's 100m Medley by 0.33s. Joe Litchfield (NYB, 52.69) placed fifth.

Aqua Centurions Arianna Castiglioni (1:04.09) and Martina Carraro (1:04.52) delivered another 1-2 in the Women's 100m Breaststroke event. New York's Molly Renshaw (1:05.37) and Sarah Vasey (1:06.34) placed fifth and seventh.

Arno Kamminga (AQC, 56.46) overtook Yasuhiro Koseki (TOK, 56.66) to win the Men's 100m Breaststroke. Unfortunately James Wilby's 1:00.45 was outside the required time standard.

With the battle between AQC and Iron clearly focusing efforts, Holly Barratt (25.28) edged out chasing Iron duo Ranomi Kromowidjojo by 0.02s and Melanie Henique by 0.09s in the Women's 50m Butterfly. Harrie Jones (TOK) clocked 26.39.

Iron responded when Matches 3, 5 and 7 winner Nicholas Santos produced the Season 3 best time for the event, and sixth-fastest ever - 21.83 - to win comfortably the Men's 50m Butterfly ahead of chasing Centurions Szebasztian Szabo (22.41) and Matteo Rivolta (22.63).

Barbora Seemanova's form pulled in more points for Iron as she led throughout and won the Women's 200m Freestyle in 1:53.31 ahead of Federica Pellegrini (AQC, 1:53.82) whose team mate Holly Hibbott clocked 1:56.70.

Brits Joe Litchfield (1:43.04) and Matt Richards (1:43.11) delivered a 1-2 in the Men's 200m Freestyle, albeit for different clubs, NYB and AQC, following Litchfield's surge from 4th place with 50m to go.
 

With the relays and skins likely to decide top spot, the Mixed 4x100m Medley served up first (3:35.96) and third places for AQC as Iron captured second (3:36.00) and fourth, unsurprisingly all swum MMFF. Molly Renshaw (1:05.30) featured in the seventh placed New York quartet anchored by Jacob Whittle (46.79).

Yui Ohashi (4:28.33) and Abbie Wood (NYB, 4:29.63) had a 'close' Women's 400m Medley race in Season 3 terms and well clear of the remaining competitors. Wood found herself 0.41 s behind Ohashi after only 50m and although generally tracking her pace, failed to close the gap.

In a repeat of Match 6 placings, Daiya Seto (TOK, 3:58.65) won the Men's 400m Medley in a Season 3 best time for event, 2.09s ahead of Ilia Borodin (AQC, 4:00.74).
 

AQC and IRO's match ups continued in the Women's Butterfly Skins Race 50m with their four swimmers progressing to Round 2. The results came down to a 0.11s difference after winner Ranomi Kromowidjojo (IRO, 26.86) overook Holly Barratt (AQC, 26.97) over the last 25m.
 

With two Aqua Centurions making the cut for Round 2 to Iron's one, Thom de Boer, in the Men's Freestyle Skins Race 50m, Roar's chances of an overall win were gone. De Boer swam 22.86 to win the final ahead of Alessandro Miressi (AQC, 23.49) but the Italian based team had done enough to secure a first win.
 

View Match 10 Result
1 Aqua Centurions 563.0
2 Iron IRO 529.0
3 Tokyo Frog Kings 397.0
4 NY Breakers 272.0

View MVP Standings


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Published
30.09.2021