Julia Smit Earns March Cover of Swimming World Magazine Download Now for FREE!

PHOENIX, Arizona, March 1. JULIA Smit is the top returning point scorer at this year's women's NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships, March 18-20, at Purdue.

The Stanford senior won both individual medley races in 2009 and took third in the 100 free. She also swam on four point-scoring relays. The Cardinal is ranked No. 2 in Swimming World's pre-season poll, right behind Georgia and ahead of Texas.

Smit's efforts this past year garnered her the privilege of gracing the cover of the March issue of Swimming World Magazine.

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March 2010 Issue
Contents of The March issue:

8 GEORGIA GETS NOD AS NO. 1 by Jason Marsteller
Should Georgia win the women's NCAA Division I Championships, it will move the Southeastern Conference back into a tie with the Pac-10 for the most national titles with 11.

12 TEXAS TARGETS 10th TITLE by John Lohn
After finishing runner-up at the men's NCAA Division I Championships the last two seasons, 2010 looks to be the year that Coach Eddie Reese's Longhorns will win their 10th team title.

16 THE TOP 5 MOST AMAZING WOMEN'S COLLEGIATE PERFORMANCES IN THE LAST DECADE by Jeff Commings
The first 10 years of the 21st century—2000-09—saw some swims at the women's NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships that will likely be remembered in the 22nd century.

19 HOLIDAY CUP: PAST AND PRESENT by Eric Velazquez
The Holiday Cup, from its chaotic beginnings, has grown into one of the most exciting and competitive women's water polo tournaments in the world.

DEPARTMENTS:
6 A VOICE for the SPORT
37 CAMP DIRECTORY
48 FOR THE RECORD
51 CALENDAR
54 PARTING SHOT

In the Swimming Technique portion of the magazine you will find the following:
28 Q&A WITH COACH DAN ROSS, PURDUE UNIVERSITY by Michael J. Stott
30 HOW THEY TRAIN: Giordan Pogioli and Scott Usher by Michael J. Stott

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

23 THE POOL'S EDGE: Monkey Chatter! by Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen
If you're looking for a new way to achieve optimum performance, you might add something old to your program: yoga.
24 LANE LEADERS: Jack Groselle by Emily Sampl
26 WORKOUT CARD: Training with YMCA Indy SwimFit by Mel Goldstein

In the Junior Swimmer portion of the magazine you will find the following:
32 A STRONG FIRST HALF by Sarah Eckersley
Although the high school swimming season is only halfway over, three national records highlighted the fall high school state championships.
34 AMERICAN RELAY by Judy Jacob

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