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Here is an unofficial Table of Contents for the May, 2014 Issue:
Lessons with the Legends: Bob Groseth by Michael j. Stott

An Olympian’s Guide to Backstroke Starts by Jeff Commings
Matt Grevers knows how to make the most of his backstroke start, making sure he’s one of the leaders when he breaks out at the 15-meter mark

The Key is Having Fun by Michael J. Stott
Swimming World provides a parent’s guide to picking the best age group program for your child

We Didn’t See That Coming!by Jason Marsteller
In its college preview issue, Swimming World claimed Cal was a lock to win this year’s women’s NCAA Division I team title-especially with freshman superstar Missy Franklin leading the way. Instead Georgia dominated in winning its second straight and sixth overall championship.

Brittany MacLean’s Favorite Sets by Jeff Commings

More than Meets the Eye by Jeff Commings
”Controversy”, “fabulous freshmen” and “barrier breakers” were among the additional topics of conversation that accompanied the obvious story at the men’s NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships: Cal captured its third team title in the last four years!

Can Anyone Beat These Guys? by Jason Marsteller
The same five schools-Drury, Emory, Kenyon, Oklahoma Baptist and Indian River State College-repeated as national champions in their respective NCAA women’s and men’s meets. Leading the group was Drury’s men-who earned their 10thstraight DII title-and Indian River, which captured its 33rd women’s and 40th men’s NJCAA championship!

Top 10 Triumphs & Tragedies by Chuck Warner
Beginning in its April issue and continuing monthly through January 2015. Swimming World Magazine is counting down the top 10 triumphs and tragedies in the history of swimming. This month: #9 Rick DeMont-Robbed of Two Olympic Gold Medals.

Dryside Training: Underwater Speed by J.R. Rosania

Ask Dr. Shannon: by Shannon McBride
Here are three hip-opening stretches designed for people who sit the majority of the day.

Nutrition: Eating Just Enough

Q & A with Coach Bruce Gemmell by Michael J. Stott

How They Train Nation’s Capital Swim Team (Georgetown Prep Site) Middle Distance Group by Michael Stott

DEPARTMENTS
A Voice for the Sport
Up & Comers
Gutter Talk
Parting Shot

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Author: Jeff Commings

Jeff Commings is the host of several shows on SwimmingWorld.TV, including "The Morning Swim Show," which features interviews with people making headlines in aquatic sports. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in journalism and was a nine-time NCAA All-American.

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