SwimmingWorldMagazine.com Weekly Channel Recap: February 17, 2007

PHOENIX, Arizona, February 17. LAST week, SwimmingWorldMagazine.com continued its coverage of the NCAA conference championship season as well as a plethora of breaking news items from across the world. Additionally, Mary Beck and Michelle McKeehan traded the national high school 200-yard IM mark in three straight weekends with Beck having the last crack at it with a 1:57.41.

Rick Whittlesey, head coach of Cleure Stampede in San Antonio, Texas, checked in with a premium article on the importance of hard work to be successful in swimming. Meanwhile, senior writer John Lohn gave our readers his thoughts on the recent fast swims around the world. Additionally, Sam Davis of Kickboard News began a new relationship with the web site as he debuted a feature on Josh Davis on SwimmingWorldMagazine.com.

Publisher/CEO Brent Rutemiller interview three-time Big Ten Diver of the Year and of the Championships Christina Loukas, of Indiana University, as the first diver on Swimming World Radio, while Loukas' teammate Matt Lenton concluded his run in the "A Day in the Life" series.

SwimmingWorldMagazine.com's new intern Brian Savard kept busy on his high school state championship beat with more than a week's worth of state recaps. Keep an eye out for even more as the state championship season continues. Meanwhile, special Indiana correspondent Owen V. Johnson kept us abreast of the goings on in the Hoosier state.

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Premium
"Fast Swimming Isn't a Lottery Ticket" — February 13, 2007 by Rick Whittlesey, Head Coach Cleure Stampede in San Antonio, Texas

NCAA Conference Championship Results and Recaps
NCAA Division I Conference Championships Results and Recaps — February 17, 2007
NCAA Division II Conference Championships Results and Recaps — February 17, 2007
NCAA Division III Conference Championships Results and Recaps — February 17, 2007

Commentary
Retirement Doesn't Come Easy for Olympic Champion — February 14, 2007 By Sam Davis, Kickboard News
The Water is Heating Up — February 12, 2007 by John Lohn

Swimming World Radio
Swimming World Radio Speaks With Three-Time Big Ten Diver of the Year and of the Championships Christina Loukas — February 14, 2007 by Brent Rutemiller

A Day in the Life
Matt Lenton, Day 8 — February 15, 2007
Matt Lenton, Day 7 — February 14, 2007
Matt Lenton, Day 6 — February 13, 2007
Matt Lenton, Day 5 — February 12, 2007
Matt Lenton, Day 4 — February 11, 2007

Meet of the Week
Recap: No. 2 Stanford Outlasts No. 4 California, 169-131 — February 10, 2007 by Jason Marsteller

Swimming World Rewind
by Jason Marsteller

This Week in Hy-Tek
Last Week in Meet Results Uploaded to the Hy-Tek Database: February 12 — February 12, 2007

World Channel
Sioui Wins Four Gold Medals at Speedo West Nationals — February 17, 2007
Horner Wins Two Golds at Speedo East Canadian Nationals — February 17, 2007
Industry News: Speedo Announces FASTSKIN FS-PRO With Newest Speedo Makes Waves Video Podcast — February 16, 2007
Zuccaro Wins Two Gold Medals to Open Speedo East Canadian Nationals — February 16, 2007
Strong Start for Calgary Swimmer Adam Sioui at Speedo West Nationals — February 16, 2007
Schipper's Coach Has Big Expectations — February 15, 2007
Kitajima Looking to Bounce Back in Melbourne — February 15, 2007
World Champs Pool Likely to be Named After Aussie Great — February 14, 2007
No Unified Team – Yet – for Korea at Beijing Olympics — February 13, 2007
Khade Sets Indian Record in 200 Free — February 13, 2007
U.S. Will Use Beijing Normal University Leading into 2008 Olympics — February 13, 2007
Hackett Bails Out of NSW Championships — February 12, 2007
Russian Team Set for World Championships — February 12, 2007
Kent Speaks Out over Funding Problems in New Zealand — February 11, 2007
Swimming World Magazine Projects NCAA Division I Winners in March Issue — February 10, 2007

Club Channel
English Comes Close to U.S. Open Record in 50 LCM Back at Missouri Grand Prix — February 16, 2007
Keller, Sandeno Out of Missouri Grand Prix — February 16, 2007
Swimming World Magazine Offers Team Partnership Program — February 14, 2007

High School Channel
One More Time: Beck Lowers National High School Mark in 200 I.M. — February 17, 2007
Beck Reclaims National High School Record in 200 I.M. — February 17, 2007
Bozeman High School Captures Montana State Championship — February 17, 2007 by Brian Savard
Indiana Boys Sectional Preview — February 16, 2007 by Owen V. Johnson
Providence Sets Two State Records En Route to Women's Title — February 16, 2007 by Brian Savard
Northview, Parkview Win Women's, Men's Georgia 5A State Championships — February 15, 2007 by Brian Savard
Dynasty Broken as Westminster Does Not Win the Women's Georgia 1-4A State Championship — February 14, 2007 by Brian Savard
Charlotte Catholic Wins Both Men's and Women's Competition in the North Carolina 3A State Championships — February 13, 2007 by Brian Savard
Carmel High Makes it 21 Straight, McKeehan Sets National High School Standard — February 11, 2007 by Owen V. Johnson
McKeehan Sets National High School Record in 200 I.M. — February 10, 2007

College Channel
Flash! Grand Canyon University Adds Men's and Women's Swimming — February 17, 2007
Cielo, Joyce Named Swimming World Magazine College Swimmers of the Week — February 16, 2007
Big East Championships To Be Webcast — February 14, 2007
Joyce, Rouault Named SEC Swimmers Of The Year — February 14, 2007
Butler University Swim Team Hosts Online Petition — February 14, 2007
Inclement Weather Claims Another Meet: Patriot League Pushed Back — February 14, 2007
Weather and Travel Issues Postpone Big Ten Men's Swimming & Diving Championships — February 13, 2007
2007 Academic All-Big 12 Swimming and Diving Team Announced — February 13, 2007
Cayman Islands Swimming Association Members Offer Help for Rutgers Swimming and Diving Team — February 13, 2007
Government Rips into James Madison for Cutting Sports — February 12, 2007
Swimmer Connected to Pride and Rutgers Sends Letter to Rutgers President — February 12, 2007

Polo-Diving-Synchro
USA Water Polo Announces 2007 Men's World Championships Roster — February 13, 2007

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