Swimming World Magazine Recaps Women’s NCAA Division I Championships in April Issue

PHOENIX, Arizona, March 10. IN the upcoming April issue of Swimming World Magazine, the publication recaps an exciting women's NCAA Division I Championships. With the issue in the final stages of development, here is a preview of the content coming up next month. If you subscribe today, you will receive the April edition.

In a special insert, we present the 2007 Aquatic Directory. The 2007 edition is better than ever with several new categories and new companies listed to make shopping easier for our readers.

In a Voice for the Sport, NISCA past president Mark Onstott explains his organizations intent to take a more proactive role in helping to save men's collegiate swimming.

In the World Swimming section, managing editor Jason Marsteller takes a look at seven impact 15-and-under female swimmers from around the world in Australians Cate Campbell, Samantha Hamill and Emily Seebohm as well as Americans Elizabeth Beisel, Felicia Lee, Caitlin Leverenz and Chloe Sutton, while senior writer John Lohn recaps the women's NCAA Division I championships. Chuck Kroll also checks in with Mark Spitz, while Water Polo Around The Globe keeps our readers posted on the sport.

In SWIM, we debut our 2006 World Masters Swimmers of the Year – a group of 12 impressive swimmers ranging from their late 20s to early 90s. Meanwhile, Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen writes about preparing for an end-of-the-season meet in The Pool's Edge, while J.R. Rosania demonstrates some backstroke-specific dryland exercises. P.H. Mullen also writes about Jon Steiner in Survive and Thrive, while Coach Kris Houchens checks in with a workout card.

In Swimming Technique, publisher/CEO Brent Rutemiller talks with North Baltimore Aquatic Center's Paul Yetter about NBAC's training, while Glenn Mills gives some tips on the Underwater Dolphin Kick. Additionally, Michael J. Stott writes about the race strategies employed by Tom Dolan in 1995 and Ryan Lochte in 2006 when they set the 400-yard IM NCAA records. Meanwhile, Jan Emler writes a spread about Lessons from the Heart in a USSSA piece.

In Junior Swimmer, we spotlight our TYR National Age Group Swimmers of the Month John Fulmer and Aly Davis, while our Speedo American Relay keeps our readers posted on everything age group. Additionally, Alan Goldberg writes about Bouncing Back from Failure in Goldminds, while Rick Whittlesey explores The Role of Swim Parents.

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