PHOENIX, Arizona, September 10. THE September Swimming World Magazine is now available for download for Total Access Subscribers!
The September issue of Swimming World Magazine names the United States’ best overall boys and girls high school teams in 2013. Was this past season the best in high school history? Don’t miss out on your chance to relive it in the pages of Swimming World Magazine!
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ON THE COVER
Under the leadership of Coach Sergio Lopez and Swimming World’s Male High School Swimmer of the Year Ryan Murphy, The Bolles School of Jacksonville, Fla., secured its fifth overall boys’ national high school team title. It’s also the eighth time the school has finished as the top independent school, a distinction that dates back to 1998. [Photo by Peter H. Bick]
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
7 Back-to-back for Bolles by Jeff Commings
The Bolles School remains the best boys’ high school team in the country, winning its second straight Swimming World Magazine
national championship and third in the last four years.
13 It’s All about Team! by Shoshanna Rutemiller
Carmel High School (Ind.) captured Swimming World Magazine’s girls’ national high school championships–its second title
in the last three years–on the strength of its relay teams.
18 The Sub-3:00 Super Six by Jeff Commings
Six high school relay teams from only three schools–Bolles (3), New Trier (2) and Peddie (1)–have swum faster than three minutes
in the 400 yard freestyle relay since Bolles became the first to do it in 1991.
20 Lessons with the Legends: Dick Jochums by Michael J. Stott
22 Mastering the Medley by Michael J. Stott
Coaches Gregg Troy, Michael Brooks and Tony Batis discuss how swimmers can strengthen a weak stroke to win the 200 IM.
24 Ask Dr. Shannon: Foot and Ankle Stretches by Shannon McBride
26 Dryside Training: Stronger Core for Better Swims by J.R. Rosania
28 Q&A with Coach Gregg Wilson by Michael J. Stott
29 How They Train Katy Freeman by Michael J. Stott
6 Twitter Talk
41 Up & Comers
42 Parting Shot