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International Swimming League

Event dates: Oct. 19-20
Post Date:October 11, 2019 9:30 AM

The International Swimming League will make its Lewisville debut Oct 19-20 at Westside Aquatic Center, 1750 Duncan Lane, when some of the world’s best athletes battle it out for the best team score.

This new league features eight teams from the United States, Hungary, Italy, and Great Britain. Four teams will participate in this event. Those teams are the L.A. Current, N.Y. Breakers, Iron, and London Roar. The format of the League innovatively brings team spirit, dynamics and action to competitive swimming. It is something you don’t want to miss out because this event not only offers an emotional splash but, in many senses, will make history for swimming and sports in general.

Attending or viewing the ISL competitions will be an entertaining and exciting way to enjoy a new and dynamic format of swimming, while seeing some of the world greatest swimmers in action. These include: Adam Peaty of Great Britain, Katie Ledecky of the USA, Caleb Dressel of the USA, Federica Pellegrini of Italy and Cate Campbell of Australia.

Games begin at 2 p.m. each day. Ticket prices are $40 premium admission for adults, $30 premium admission for children 12 and younger, $25 general admission for adults, and $20 general admission for children 12 and younger. Tickets can be purchased on

photo credit: International Swimming League