June Issue of Swimming World Filled With Quality Content

PHOENIX, Arizona, May 12. NEXT month's issue of Swimming World Magazine is packed with strong content throughout June's iteration of the publication.

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In the World Swimming section, senior writer John Lohn takes a look at some of the rising stars in the U.S. ranks as he features top-line swimmers who have not yet represented America in a major international competition.

Jeff Commings continues his in-depth look at past coverage by Swimming World as part of our 50+ Anniversary Celebration. Commings checks in with the top stories from 1977-80, and compares Grant Hackett and Vladimir Salnikov in the Then and Now feature.

EVERY Cover Back to January 1960

Jason Marsteller and Judy Jacob tag-teamed the college roundup with NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III, NAIA and NJCAA recaps, while Steven Munatones puts the spotlight on the Fiji Swims. Eric Velasquez wraps up the World Swimming section with look into synchronized swimming's growth at the collegiate level.

In SWIM, Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen relates 12 steps to swimming success in her monthly column The Pool's Edge. Emily Sampl features Trina Radke-Gerry in a Lane Leader article, while Commings returns with some great storylines coming out of the YMCA Masters Nationals. Finally, Fred Lewis of St. Petersburg Aquatics provides this month's Workout Card.

In Swimming Technique, Michael J. Stott highlights West Shore YMCA and head coach Michael Gobrecht, and looks at how Steven Gasparini trains. Stott also speaks with various coaches around the country about their policies for moving swimmers to different training groups.

Also in Swimming Technique, Genadijus Sokolovas writes about the changes of swimming velocity during the swim cycle, while Ron Johnson provides some conversation regarding changes away from straight-line swimming.

The regular feature provided by the United States Swim School Association is authored by Albert Paliwoda. He writes about how best to work with babies in learn-to-swim classes.

The Junior Swimmer section offers the best of the best of age-group swimming around the country. City of Plano has its national age group record setting 15-16 relays featured, while Speedo American Relay and TYR Age Group Swimmer of the Month also updates our readers. Additionally, Jacob returns with a recap of the YMCA National Championships.

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