It was a dominant win for the Roar in their opening ISL match with plenty to consider for Bob, Katie and Steve in the second London Roar Podcast.
We’re joined by Sydney Pickrem and Luke Greenbank to discuss a winning start while Kyle Chalmers provides the first Roar From Offshore and gives us his view on the result. We also test out how well all three of them know their Roar team mates with a game of “Lion or Lying”
The second season of the International Swimming League is nearly upon us with the teams ready in the Budapest bubble as the big kick off nears.
In this season preview we look forward to an exciting season of swimming and look at London’s chances of going one better than in 2019, consider who the key recruits are and what impact the Australian withdrawal has had in the company of Mel Marshall and Rob Woodhouse
Pullbuoy has joined forces with the London Roar for the second season of the International swimming league to bring you the London Roar Podcast.
We’ll go behind the scenes with the team, with exclusive access to the swimmers and staff, to bring you the lowdown on life in the Budapest swimming bubble as the battle for places in the ISL grand final rages.
Barcelona in 2003 saw a highpoint for British swimming as the team claimed a then record 8 world championship medals. At the vanguard of that charge was Katy Sexton, who claimed silver in the 100m backstroke before becoming the first British woman to win a world title in the 200m event.
The women’s 4×200 freestyle relay at the 2001 World Championships in Fukuoka was the first swimming world title ever won by Britain’s ladies. In a refresh of a video produced for Pullbuoy’s 15th anniversary in 2015, this is the story of one of the most controversial world championship races ever, as told through the eyes of anchor leg swimmer Karen Pickering and then British National Performance Director Bill Sweetenham.