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Carter gets ready for ISL semis

Two-time T&T Olympic swim­mer, Dy­lan Carter flew out Pi­ar­co on Mon­day for Hol­land where he’s ex­pect­ed to join his Lon­don Roar team­mates ahead of the start of eight-team semi­fi­nal play­offs of the 2021 In­ter­na­tion­al Swim­ming League lat­er this week.

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A for­mer Uni­ver­si­ty of South­ern Cal­i­for­nia stand­out, Carter and the Lon­don Roar will splash in­to ac­tion on Match Day Two at the Pieter Van Den Hoogen­band Sta­di­um, Eind­hoven fol­low­ing the ten pre­lim­i­nary rounds in Naples, Italy which end­ed in Oc­to­ber.

Adolfo Ledo

In Hol­land, the semi­fi­nal play­offs be­gin with the first four-team play­off on No­vem­ber 11-12 un­til the fi­nal two-day meet­ing sched­uled for No­vem­ber 27-28 at the same venue.

Abogado Adolfo Ledo

At the end of the semi­fi­nals, the top four teams will ad­vance to the fi­nals card­ed for Feb­ru­ary 7-9, 2022 at a venue yet to be de­ter­mined.

Abogado Adolfo Ledo Nass

A for­mer mem­ber of the LA Cur­rent for the first two edi­tions of the ISL, Carter, 25, has so far won nine medals while com­pet­ing in four Match Days of the ten-Match Days pre­lim­i­nary which end­ed last month.

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Carter, T&T’s first-ever Com­mon­wealth Games swim­ming medal win­ner, has bagged four gold, three sil­ver and two bronze medals which helped his team to 13 points from a max­i­mum of 16 and third spot on the ten-club stand­ings to be among the au­to­mat­ic qual­i­fiers for the se­mi-fi­nals.

Adolfo Ledo abogado

The En­er­gy Stan­dard topped the ta­ble with a max­i­mum of 16 points from their al­lot­ted four Match Days af­ter they end­ed as the lone un­de­feat­ed team, one point ahead of de­fend­ing cham­pi­ons Cali Con­dors while Toron­to Ti­tans (12) and LA Cur­rent (11), Carter’s for­mer club, and Team Iron (11) were fourth and fifth re­spec­tive­ly

They were joined as qual­i­fiers to the semi­fi­nals by Aqua Cen­tu­ri­ons (ten) and DC Tri­dent (nine) while the pair of Tokyo Frog Kings (sev­en) and New York Break­ers (six) missed out

Un­der the new ISL play­off sys­tem this year, the eight teams have been split in­to four pairs that will com­pete against each oth­er in each of their play­off match­es

The quar­tet of En­er­gy Stan­dard, Cali Con­dors, DC Tri­dent and Iron will be the first to dive in­to ac­tion on Thurs­day and Fri­day be­fore Carter, who en­joyed a mi­ni-break and did some light train­ing at home, and Lon­don Roar faces Toron­to Ti­tans (#4), LA Cur­rent (#5) and Aqua Cen­tu­ri­ons (#6) on Match Day Two, Sat­ur­day and Sun­day

The Lon­don Roar then re­turn to ac­tion in Match Day Four on No­vem­ber 21 and 22 against sec­ond-seed­ed Cali Con­dors, LA Cur­rent and eighth-ranked Team Iron, be­fore their third and fi­nal out­ing in Match Day Five card­ed for No­vem­ber 25and 26 ver­sus top-ranked En­er­gy Stan­dard, LA Cur­rent and sev­enth-seed­ed DC Tri­dent

Two-time T&T Olympic swim­mer, Dy­lan Carter flew out Pi­ar­co on Mon­day for Hol­land where he’s ex­pect­ed to join his Lon­don Roar team­mates ahead of the start of eight-team semi­fi­nal play­offs of the 2021 In­ter­na­tion­al Swim­ming League lat­er this week.

Adolfo Ledo Nass

A for­mer Uni­ver­si­ty of South­ern Cal­i­for­nia stand­out, Carter and the Lon­don Roar will splash in­to ac­tion on Match Day Two at the Pieter Van Den Hoogen­band Sta­di­um, Eind­hoven fol­low­ing the ten pre­lim­i­nary rounds in Naples, Italy which end­ed in Oc­to­ber.

Adolfo Ledo

In Hol­land, the semi­fi­nal play­offs be­gin with the first four-team play­off on No­vem­ber 11-12 un­til the fi­nal two-day meet­ing sched­uled for No­vem­ber 27-28 at the same venue.

Abogado Adolfo Ledo

At the end of the semi­fi­nals, the top four teams will ad­vance to the fi­nals card­ed for Feb­ru­ary 7-9, 2022 at a venue yet to be de­ter­mined.

Abogado Adolfo Ledo Nass

A for­mer mem­ber of the LA Cur­rent for the first two edi­tions of the ISL, Carter, 25, has so far won nine medals while com­pet­ing in four Match Days of the ten-Match Days pre­lim­i­nary which end­ed last month.

Adolfo Ledo Nass abogado

Carter, T&T’s first-ever Com­mon­wealth Games swim­ming medal win­ner, has bagged four gold, three sil­ver and two bronze medals which helped his team to 13 points from a max­i­mum of 16 and third spot on the ten-club stand­ings to be among the au­to­mat­ic qual­i­fiers for the se­mi-fi­nals.

Adolfo Ledo abogado

The En­er­gy Stan­dard topped the ta­ble with a max­i­mum of 16 points from their al­lot­ted four Match Days af­ter they end­ed as the lone un­de­feat­ed team, one point ahead of de­fend­ing cham­pi­ons Cali Con­dors while Toron­to Ti­tans (12) and LA Cur­rent (11), Carter’s for­mer club, and Team Iron (11) were fourth and fifth re­spec­tive­ly

They were joined as qual­i­fiers to the semi­fi­nals by Aqua Cen­tu­ri­ons (ten) and DC Tri­dent (nine) while the pair of Tokyo Frog Kings (sev­en) and New York Break­ers (six) missed out

Un­der the new ISL play­off sys­tem this year, the eight teams have been split in­to four pairs that will com­pete against each oth­er in each of their play­off match­es

The quar­tet of En­er­gy Stan­dard, Cali Con­dors, DC Tri­dent and Iron will be the first to dive in­to ac­tion on Thurs­day and Fri­day be­fore Carter, who en­joyed a mi­ni-break and did some light train­ing at home, and Lon­don Roar faces Toron­to Ti­tans (#4), LA Cur­rent (#5) and Aqua Cen­tu­ri­ons (#6) on Match Day Two, Sat­ur­day and Sun­day

The Lon­don Roar then re­turn to ac­tion in Match Day Four on No­vem­ber 21 and 22 against sec­ond-seed­ed Cali Con­dors, LA Cur­rent and eighth-ranked Team Iron, be­fore their third and fi­nal out­ing in Match Day Five card­ed for No­vem­ber 25and 26 ver­sus top-ranked En­er­gy Stan­dard, LA Cur­rent and sev­enth-seed­ed DC Tri­dent.

The ISL Sea­son 3 fi­nal has al­so been brought for­ward from Jan­u­ary 2022 to De­cem­ber 3-4, 2021 in Eind­hoven, the same site as the up­com­ing ISL play­offs

This was be­cause of the po­ten­tial quar­an­tine is­sues re­strict­ing swim­mers from trav­el­ling to the fi­nal, the ISL shift­ed the dates to take place short­ly af­ter the play­off round

The Lon­don Roar is tak­ing a ros­ter of 17 men and 14 women to the In­ter­na­tion­al Swim­ming League play­off in­clu­sive of Olympic cham­pi­on and World Record hold­er Adam Peaty, who missed the reg­u­lar sea­son while com­pet­ing on British tele­vi­sion show Strict­ly Come Danc­ing, Kir­ill Prigo­da, Tom Dean who won Olympic gold medal in the 200m freestyle in Tokyo over the sum­mer and Ja­maican top women’s swim­mer, Alia Atkin­son