TT swimmer Dylan Carter ended his 2020 International Swimming League (ISL) campaign in Budapest, Hungary with a fourth-place finish.
Carter, who has been in Hungary since the middle of October representing Los Angeles Current, touched the wall in 49.91 seconds in the men’s 100-metre backstroke.
Kliment Kolesnikov of Energy Standard was first in 48.82, followed by Carter’s team-mate Ryan Murphy (49.29) and Coleman Stewart of Cali Condors (49.62).
Carter’s team finished the two-day finals in fourth position with 298 points. Cali Condors ended first with 561.5 points, Energy Standard finished second with 464.5 points and London Roar was third with 391.0 points. The league began with ten teams from around the world including squads from North America, Europe and Asia. The other teams which competed were Aqua Centurions, DC Trident, Tokyo Frog Kings, Toronto Titans, Iron, and NY Breakers.
Carter used the ISL as preparation for the Tokyo Olympics, which will take place in July/August 2021. It was scheduled to be held earlier this year, but was postponed because of the covid19 pandemic.