Swimming World’s April Issue Highlights Swimming’s Future Stars

PHOENIX, Arizona, April 3. THE Junior Pan Pacific Championships provided a stage for a international coming out party for some of the sport's future stars. By far, American Dagny Knutson shined the brightest of all in winning eight total medals, seven of which were gold.

Also in the World Swimming section this month, Swimming World senior writer John Lohn takes a look at two of history's finest backstrokers; John Naber and Aaron Peirsol.

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April 2009 Issue
Contents of The April issue:

7 THE NEXT WAVE by Jason Marsteller
At the Junior Pan Pacific Championships in Guam, the USA's Dagny Knutson led an impressive showing of junior-level swimmers who represent the next wave of world-class swimming.
10 CELEBRATING 50+ YEARS IN AQUATICS: 1969-72 by John Lohn
As we celebrate 50+ years in aquatics, Swimming World Magazine will be taking a trip through history, highlighting some of the top moments of the magazine's existence.
12 THEN AND NOW by John Lohn
Although they competed some 30 years apart, Americans John Naber and Aaron Peirsol are both considered two of history's best backstrokers.
14 RUSH TO ROME by Eric Velazquez
The U.S. diving squad is assembled and ready for this year's World Championships to be held this summer in Rome.
Departments:
6 A VOICE for the SPORT
40 FOR THE RECORD
43 CALENDAR
46 PARTING SHOT

In the Swimming Technique portion of the magazine you will find the following:

29 Q&A WITH COACH KATHY ASPAAS by Michael J. Stott
31 HOW THEY TRAIN: Dagny Knutson by Michael J. Stott
32 KEYS TO MORNING QUICKNESS by Michael J. Stott
The common denominators for swimming fast in the morning are setting expectations as well as modeling consistency in practice and meet management behavior.
34 EVALUATING ENERGY ZONES IN SWIMMING by Genadijus Sokolovas

In the SWIM portion of the magazine you will find the following:

19 THE WORLD'S BEST MASTERS by Emily Sampl and Jason Marsteller
Swimming World Magazine's Top 12 World Masters Swimmers of 2008 hail from four countries and range in age from 31 to 95.
25 THE POOL'S EDGE: Life Skills Learned at the Pool
by Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen
26 THE WORKOUT CARD: My Favorite Workouts by Carolyn Boak
28 LANE LEADERS: Dave Sims by Emily Sampl

In the Junior Swimmer portion of the magazine you will find the following:
36 NATIONAL AGE GROUP RECORD SETTER: Arthur Frayler
37 SPEEDO AMERICAN RELAY by Judy Jacob

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