Now Available: JanuarySwimming World Magazine: Q & A With Coach Sean Tedesco

PHOENIX, Arizona, January 8. MICHAEL Stott's “Coach Q&A” and “How They Train” features are continual favorites among the classic Swimming World Magazine sections. Stott composed a detailed question and answer segment with United States Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA) head coach Sean Tedesco, and then talks training with USMMA senior captain and recent graduate Frank Vita.

Tedesco is in his 12th year at Division III USMMA. In that time, he has coached five NCAA Division III national champions, 28 NCAA qualifiers and has helped his swimmers to 138 school records and 166 pool/conference standards.

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32 Page Print Table Of Contents

FEATURES:

8 Top 10 Moments from 2012

10 Back in Full Force by Shoshanna Rutemiller
After retiring from swimming in 2003, Anthony Ervin, now 31, has developed into a mature student of the sport, culminating with a return appearance at the Olympics 12 years after winning a gold medal in Sydney.

14 Trusting in Hope
Fifteen-year-old swimmer Thomas Smith, who is diagnosed with bone cancer, believes that, with hope, his dreams can become a reality.

16 Let's Live a Healthier Life by Garrett Weber-Gale
What you put into your body is what you get out of it. With the beginning of a new year, now is the perfect time to eat healthier and perform better.

18 Dryside Training: New Year's Overhaul by J.R. Rosania

21 Q&A with Coach Sean Tedesco by Michael J. Stott

DEPARTMENTS:

6 A Voice for the Sport
27 Up-and-Comers
28 Gutter Talk
30 Parting Shot

52 Page Online Table of Contents

FEATURES:

10 Top 10 Moments from 2012

12 Back in Full Force by Shoshanna Rutemiller
After retiring from swimming in 2003, Anthony Ervin, now 31, has developed into a mature student of the sport, culminating with a return appearance at the Olympics 12 years after winning a gold medal in Sydney.

16 Better Things to Come? by Jeff Commings
Although she finished out of the medal picture at the London Olympics, Katinka Hosszu is definitely setting herself up for a bright future after winning 39 gold medals during the eight-meet World Cup Series.

17 Plenty of Promise by Jeff Commings
With more than $120,000 in hand from the World Cup Series, Kenneth To now looks to the promise of 2013 and a spot on the Australian team that will compete in the Long Course World Championships.

18 Brenda Villa: Leaving Her Legacy by Shoshanna Rutemiller
Even though Brenda Villa will be absent from national team competition in 2013, her impact on U.S. women's water polo will be felt for years to come.

20 Trusting in Hope by Shoshanna Rutemiller
Fifteen-year-old swimmer Thomas Smith, who is diagnosed with bone cancer, believes that, with hope, his dreams can become a reality.

22 Let's Live a Healthier Life by Garrett Weber-Gale
What you put into your body is what you get out of it. With the beginning of a new year, now is the perfect time to eat healthier and perform better.

24 Dryside Training: New Year's Overhaul by J.R. Rosania

27 5 Ways to Improve Your Body Alignment by Hermine Terhorst

29 Q&A with Coach Sean Tedesco by Michael J. Stott

31 How They Train Frank Vita by Michael J. Stott

33 Party Hearty…or Not by Michael J. Stott
Martin Luther King's epic “Free at Last” civil rights speech was not aimed at graduating high school seniors. Yet for student-athletes with swimming in their four-year plans, such newfound freedom carries with it significant social responsibility.

DEPARTMENTS

8 A Voice for the Sport
39 Up-and-Comers
40 Gutter Talk
42 For the Record
51 Calendar
52 Parting Shot

ON THE COVER: After disappearing from the swimming spotlight for nearly a decade after retiring from the sport in 2003, Anthony Ervin returned and qualified for the U.S. Olympic team that competed in London. This time around, he approaches swimming with a newfound maturity he considered absent before. “Now, I am a swimmer, an educator and learner, but I'm also a rock-and-roller. We'll see where life takes me,” he says. [COVER PHOTO BY MIKE LEWIS, OLAVISTAPHOTOGRAPHY.COM]

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