January Issue of Swimming World Magazine, Featuring Germantown Academy Coach Richard Shoulberg, is Now in the Mail

PHOENIX, Arizona, January 3. THE January issue of Swimming World Magazine is now in the mail. Premium Members can now download this issue by logging onto Swimming World Magazine's Premium Section

Swimming World Magazine is designed and written for the competitive and fitness audience and has been expanded to include 12 issues of SWIM Magazine content and 12 issues of Swimming Technique content.

Contents of The January issue:

3 TECHNIQUE: Open Water Sighting by Glenn Mills
8 THE YEAR IN REVIEW by Jason Marsteller
16 HISTORY'S FASTEST SWIMS
by Stephen J. Thomas
Swimming World Magazine analyzes the men's
all-time performances.
18 DISABLED SWIMMERS OF THE YEAR:
Jessica Long and Wang Xiaofu
50 2006 WORLD RANKINGS
52 NAG TOP 16 (SHORT COURSE YARDS)
DEPARTMENTS:
6 A VOICE for the SPORT
47 FOR THE RECORD
58 CALENDAR
62 PARTING SHOT

In the Swimming Technique portion of the magazine you will find the following:

29 A MAN WHO CARES: Coach Dick Shoulberg by John Lohn
31 HOW THEY TRAIN AT GERMANTOWN by John Lohn
Coach Dick Shoulberg claims he's a grass-roots coach who emphasizes four strokes each day.
34 CONTINUOUS-ACTION BACKSTROKE TURN by Glenn Mills
36 RACE STRATEGIES: WOMEN'S 1500 FREE by Michael J. Stott
"The Big Hurt"—that's how best to describe the women's 1500 meter freestyle showdown at
the 2006 Pan Pacs between Hayley Peirsol and Kate Ziegler.
39 DVD REVIEW: Richard Quick's "Becoming A Champion Swimmer" Reviewed by Greg Winslow

In the SWIM portion of the magazine you will find the following:

20 THINK LIKE A CHAMPION by Wayne Goldsmith
Set high-performance goals in training every day—and high-performance swims are on the way.
22 THE POOL'S EDGE: Where There's A Will, There's A Way by Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen
With good intent, positive energy, plenty of effort and the power of "I will," the possibilities
are endless.
24 DRYSIDE TRAINING: Injury Prevention Exercises by J.R. Rosania
Here are some great injury prevention exercises. When done regularly, they can help prevent
muscle and strength loss.
26 HEALTH WAVES: "Filling Up" at the Pre-Event Meal
by Kathleen Woolf and Megan St. Thomas
27 LANE LEADERS: Rich Saeger by Mark Moore

In the Junior Swimmer portion of the magazine you will find the following:

40 NATIONAL AGE GROUP RECORD SETTERS:
Longhorn Aquatics 11-12 Boys 200 Meter Free Relay
41 SPEEDO AMERICAN RELAY

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