PHOENIX, Arizona, May 1. THE May 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.
May 2007 Issue
Contents of The May issue:
10 POWER AND DEPTH by John Lohn
The United States piled up 36 medals and won just under half of the gold medals awarded at the World Swimming Championships in Melbourne.
14 CHINA'S DIVERS NEAR-PERFECT by Jennifer Lowery
China dominated the diving competition at Worlds, winning gold medals in nine of the 10 events.
15 RUSSIA DOMINATES SYNCHRO
Russia was the premier synchronized swimming nation at the World Championships, winning six of the seven events.
16 STAKING THEIR CLAIM FOR BEIJING by Eric Velazquez
With World Championship titles in water polo, the U.S. women and Croatian men will be the teams to beat at the Beijing Olympics next year.
17 EXTREME OPEN WATER
The Russians prevailed in the open water competition at Worlds, winning four of the six events and persevering in conditions that were, well…extreme!
18 COMING FULL CIRCLE by Jason Marsteller
Auburn coach David Marsh tied for the most NCAA career coaching titles with 12 at the same venue where he won his first championship a decade earlier.
6 A VOICE
for the SPORT
50 FOR THE RECORD
62 PARTING SHOT
In the Swimming Technique portion of the magazine you will find the following:
34 PERSONAL EXCELLENCE PERSONIFIED by Michael J. Stott
University of Washington's Whitney L. Hite's mantra of personal excellence has Husky aquatic fortunes on the rise.
37 HOW THEY TRAIN: Kim Jasmer by Michael J. Stott
38 RACE STRATEGIES: Men's 100 and 200 Backstroke by Michael J. Stott
41 WARM-UP STRATEGIES by John Waldman
In the SWIM portion of the magazine you will find the following:
23 HOW TO DEAL WITH SWIMMING INJURIES by Wayne Goldsmith
25 THE POOL'S EDGE by Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen
Shoulder shift can lead to a faster freestyle.
26 DRYSIDE TRAINING: IM Exercises: Breaststroke by J.R. Rosania
28 LANE LEADER: David Radcliff by Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen
29 CLUB SPOTLIGHT: Scottsdale Aquatic Club Masters by Kari Lydersen
31 THE WORKOUT CARD by Mo Chambers
In the Junior Swimmer portion of the magazine you will find the following:
43 NATIONAL AGE GROUP RECORD SETTERS: North Baltimore AC 13-14 Girls
44 SPEEDO AMERICAN RELAY
45 TYR AGE GROUP SWIMMER OF THE MONTH: Carly Rasmussen
47 SPEEDO CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES SECTIONALS
48 GOLDMINDS: Stay Loose by Alan Goldberg