PHOENIX, Arizona, September 4. IN the September issue of Swimming World Magazine, premium members can go to the interactive page of SwimmingWorld.com, and view the interactive content that was embedded in the current digital issue. Members can click on the subject and it will link directly to the internet story, video or file.
Below is an Interactive Table of Content for the September issue of Swimming World Magazine:
USA SWIMMING ANNOUNCES PROPOSED POLICIES; GUIDELINES FOR ATHLETE PROTECTION
JENNY THOMPSON FIGHTS OFF ATTEMPTED ROBBERY
ONLY TWO SWIMS REMAIN IN USMS H20 OPEN SERIES
RESULTS AVAILABLE FOR USMS OPEN WATER 1-MILE SWIM
AUSTRALIAN PERSIS RAE TAKES DOWN WORLD RECORD
2-MILE CABLE NATIONAL RECORDS BROKEN
For the Record
EUROPEAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS Helsinki, Finland July 14-18, 2010
TELSTRA AUSTRALIA SHORT COURSE CHAMPS Brisbane, Australia July 14-18, 2010
LOS ANGELES GRAND PRIX Los Angeles, California July 8-11, 2010
NISCA Academic All-America
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September 2010 Issue
Contents of The September issue:
8 CARONDELET: RECOGNIZED FOR GREATNESS by Jason Marsteller
Carondelet High School — perhaps best known for its alum, Natalie Coughlin–can also be recognized as the top girls’ team in the country after edging The Bolles School in the 2010 Swimming World Magazine Girls’ national High School Championships.
12 BOLLES CARRIES ON THE TRADITION by Jeff Commings
Over the years, The Bolles School has produced young swimmers who have moved on to achieve collegiate and international success. In 2010, the Jacksonville, Fla. boys added their third national high school championship and fifth title among independent schools.
16 NO NEED TO PANIC by John Lohn
With a mix of veteran leadership and young talent, coupled with the return of some familiar faces, the future of women’s swimming in the United States looks fine.
18 A BRIGHT FUTURE by Emily Sampl
The future of synchronized swimming in America appears to be very bright–a fact that seemed evident at the eSynchro Age Group Championships in Tonawanda, N.Y.
6 A VOICE for the SPORT
33 FOR THE RECORD
35 NISCA ALL-AMERICANS
46 PARTING SHOT
In the Swimming Technique portion of the magazine you will find the following:
24 Q&A WITH COACH BETH DeLaROSBY, CARTHAGE COLLEGE
by Michael J. Stott
26 HOW THEY TRAIN: Amanda Croix by Michael J. Stott
In the SWIM portion of the magazine you will find the following:
20 THE POOL’S EDGE: Workout 101 by Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen
Great workouts take planning, preparation and attention to details.
22 DRYSIDE TRAINING: Building A Better Breaststroke by J.R. Rosania
In the Junior Swimmer portion of the magazine you will find the following:
29 NATIONAL AGE GROUP RECORD SETTER:
Long Gutierrez, Cottonwood Heights Aquatics (Utah)
30 AMERICAN RELAY by Judy Jacob
31 TYR AGE GROUP SWIMMER OF THE MONTH:
Janardan Burns, Mission Viejo Nadadores (Calif.)
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