PHOENIX, Arizona, January 19. THE February issue of Swimming World will be shipping soon. Here's a quick look at what to expect.
In World Swimming, managing editor Jason Marsteller recaps an exciting FINA World Cup circuit, while senior writer John Lohn takes a look back at some of the ground-shaking short course yard action at the U.S. Nationals, Texas Invite as well as Katie Hoff and Kate Ziegler's success at the end of the year.
Additionally, USA Synchro's Taylor Payne gives our readers a cheat sheet on synchronized swimming at the 2008 Beijing Games. On top of posting the NAG Top 16 for Long Course, we also take a deep look into the African region in our latest Regional Olympic preview.
In SWIM, Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen gives 10 time-saving tips for Masters in The Pool's Edge Presented by View. Meanwhile, J.R. Rosania gives us a Bedroom Warm-Up Routine, while John Salvino contributed this month's Workout Card.
In Swimming Technique, Michael J. Stott shines the spotlight on the University of Tennessee women's program as he talks to head coach Matt Kredich and sees how Christine Magnuson trains. Rob Price helps us with some talk about working your abs, while Bryan T. Crane writes about giving back to the sport by becoming a swimming instructor.
In Junior Swimmer, editorial intern Brian Savard takes a look back at some of the brightest spots from the fall high school state championships. We also recap other top age group efforts in Speedo American Relay, and name our TYR Age Group Swimmer of the Month.
The digital version of the February issue will also feature interviews with Dave Marsh, Josh Davis, Trevor Tiffany of Myrtha Pools, Michael Lohberg and City of Omaha Organizers.
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