April Issue of Swimming World Features Conversation With MIT Head Coach Dawn Dill

PHOENIX, Arizona, April 15. AS part of one of the longest running interview series in the sport, MIT's Dawn Dill is the latest coach to speak with Michael J. Stott for the April Q&A in Swimming World Magazine.

Dill, a seven-time All-American breaststroker at Smith College in Northampton, Mass., has been with MIT for nine years. During that time, the Engineers have won more than 100 All-American designations themselves and have broken nearly all of the school records on offer.

Dill and Stott also look at how Wyatt Ubellacker trains. Ubellacker is an MIT junior Academic All-American who has been selected as the NEWMAC Swimmer of the Year during his career.

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April 2012 Issue
Contents of the April issue:

7 Lane Lines to London sponsored by Competitor by Jason Marsteller
This month's regional Olympic preview features Europe.
13 2012 Olympic Preview: Diving by Emily Sampl
Four years ago, Chinese divers captured seven out of a possible eight gold medals at the Beijing Olympics. The story could be much the same in London.
14 Olympic Flashback: 1960-72 by Jeff Commings with special contributions by Steve Johnson
16 Going the Distance(s) by John Lohn
China's Sun Yang, the world record holder in the men's 1500 meter freestyle, is the favorite for a gold medal in that event come London. And he also has the ability to medal in the 200 and 400 free as well.
18 Top 12 World Masters of 2011 by Jason Marsteller
19 Pool's Edge: Mindful Swimming by Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen
20 Dryside Training: Hard Core! by J.R. Rosania
22 Q&A with Coach Dawn Dill by Michael J. Stott
25 How They Train: Wyatt Ubellacker by Michael J. Stott
29 Peer Coaching: Sharing the Load by Michael J. Stott
While it doesn't take a village to teach a swimmer, a little help from a friend can go a long way.
31 USSSA: Learning through Repetition by Lory Kirk
33 National Age Group Record Setter by Judy Jacob
34 American Relay by Judy Jacob
35 TYR Age Group Swimmer of the Month
36 Goldminds: The Performance Puzzle by Wayne Goldsmith
Swimming fast is like solving a puzzle. Your success in swimming is determined by how effectively you put the pieces of the “swimming performance puzzle” together.

DEPARTMENTS
6 A Voice for the Sport
38 Lane 9/Gutter Talk
39 For the Record
43 Calendar
46 Parting Shot
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