Setting Up for the Olympic Year

PHOENIX, Arizona, January 2. THE World Swimming section in the January issue of Swimming World takes a look back at the highlights in the sport during 2007. Major milestones that were reached in the sport last year are reviewed.

Readers also can see month-by-month breakdowns of record-breaking performances, all significant coaching changes that occurred as well as national team champions and more.

Do not miss this comprehensive look back at all of the swimming news of 2007. This information will provide readers with a great overview for a deeper understanding of how events might unfold in the coming Olympic year.

The first in a series of Swimming World's Olympic Previews is also presented in this month's issue. The first focus is a country-by-country breakdown of nations comprising the Asian region. A chart comparing Asian Olympic performances for the past five Olympiads also is provided.

An additional preview of USA Water Polo fortunes is included as well. Get the latest line on prospects for medal winning performances by the United States water polo teams in Beijing.

Premium subscribers who download and read the January issue of Swimming World Magazine from the Premium Section will be able to enjoy all the multimedia elements embedded in the issue.

The January issue contains the following SwimmingWorld.TV interviews:
* Mark Schubert, USA Swimming's National Team Head Coach
* Mark Warkentin, USA Swimming's top qualifier for World Open Water Championships
* Randall Bal, fresh off a dominant run in the FINA World Cup series
* Pat Lundsford about The Southwestern Ohio Swimming and Diving Classic
* Guy Baker, Team USA's head women's water polo coach.

This issue is truly interactive with nearly 100 links for Premium Subscribers to get the rest of the story, results or even visit the web sites of Swimming World Magazine's advertisers.

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