2012 U.S. Olympic Trials Preview Featured as Cover Story of June’s Swimming World Magazine

PHOENIX, Arizona, June 1. LATER this month, the United States will take to Omaha, Neb., to select the Stars and Stripes team headed to the 2012 London Games.

In the same facility as 2008, which featured a rock concert setup with thousands of fans in attendance, this year's competitors will experience much of the same at the Century Link Center.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
8 U.S. Olympic Trials Preview by John Lohn
While it would be impossible to highlight every event and storyline on notice at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha, Neb., June 25 to July 2, here are a few noteworthy items to watch.

13 Olympic Flashback: 1988-96 by Jeff Commings with special contributions by Steve Johnson

14 Lane Lines to London sponsored by Competitor by Jason Marsteller
This month's Olympic regional spotlight features North America.

19 Defining Moments: D?j? Vu All Over Again! by Jason Marsteller
Sarasota and Middle Tyger hooked up for its fifth consecutive 1-2 combined team finish at the YMCA Short Course Nationals, with the Florida squad claiming their sixth straight title.

20 Nutrition Choices of the Stars by Jeff Commings
This is the first of a three-part series on nutrition choices by some of swimming's elite athletes. This month's focus: pre-workout nutrition.

22 Dryside Training: Train Like an Olympian! by J.R. Rosania

24 Q&A with Coach Tim Murphy by Michael J. Stott 26 How They Train: Chris Satterthwaite by Michael J. Stott

27 Distance per Stroke: How It Works…and Why It Matters! by Michael J. Stott

29 National Age Group Record Setters by Judy Jacob

30 American Relay by Judy Jacob

31 TYR Age Group Swimmer of the Month

32 Goldminds: Power and Pressure by Wayne Goldsmith
Here's how to improve your distance per stroke–and swimming performance–by improving your feel for the water.

DEPARTMENTS
6 A Voice for the Sport
35 For the Record
43 Calendar
46 Parting Shot

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