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ISL outlines international TV footprint, ditches Tokyo finals plans

Broadcast rights to the second iteration of the International Swimming League have been distributed in over 140 countries and territories, it was announced today (Wednesday).

ISL organisers unveiled the international broadcast footprint for the series, while also announcing that the whole of the competition will be held Budapest, the Hungarian capital, after attempts to stage the finals in Tokyo were thwarted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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