PHOENIX, Arizona, July 6. KIM Brackin, the head women's coach at the University of Texas, is the featured coach interview for the July issue of Swimming World Magazine.
Brackin chats with Swimming World contributor Michael J. Stott about her program at Texas, her past influences, and her thoughts on training in general. Meanwhile, Brackin and Stott look further into some of Brackin's training methods to see how Karlee Bispo trains at Texas.
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July 2011 Issue
Contents of The July issue:
8 DAY IN THE LIFE: JOSH SCHNEIDER photo story by Garrett McCaffrey Swimming World followed SwimMAC Team Elite member Josh Schneider as he prepared for the intriguing 50 yard freestyle-only tournament (Jax50) that was held in Jacksonville, Fla. last April.
10 THE COMPLETE PACKAGE by John Lohn Ous Mellouli is one of the world's finest distance freestylers. Yet, the Tunisian star knows there are things much more important than lapping the field.
14 PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE by Jason Marsteller USA Swimming has successfully identified young talent and has supported their development in the National Youth Team program.
16 JUNIOR HOPEFULS by Jason Marsteller Northern Kentucky Clippers' Ellen Williamson and the Aquajets' Van Donkersgoed are just two of the USA Swimming's Junior National Team that is loaded with talent.
18 USA READY FOR SHANGHAI by Emily Sampl With the 14th FINA World Championships in Shanghai, China just a few weeks away, the United States' diving contingent appears ready to give the rest of the world all it can handle.
6 A VOICE for the SPORT
39 FOR THE RECORD
46 PARTING SHOT
In the Swimming Technique portion of the magazine you will find the following:
26 Q&A WITH COACH KIM BRACKIN, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS WOMEN'S TEAM by Michael J. Stott
28 HOW THEY TRAIN: Karlee Bispo by Michael J. Stott
29 WINNING CHAMPIONSHIPS THROUGH RECOVERY by Michael J. Stott All coaches agree: recovery is extremely important for their swimmers to be able to perform consistently and better.
32 USSSA: Leaving A Legacy That Counts by Ron Sciarro Swim Coaches and swim teachers have the opportunity to pass on the gift of knowledge and encouragement to the next generation."
In the SWIM portion of the magazine you will find the following:
21 LANE LEADERS: Debbie Santos, Walnut Creek Masters by Emily Sampl
22 DRYSIDE TRAINING: IM Stroke Series (Freestyle) by J.R. Rosania
24 THE WORKOUT CARD: Training with Masters of South Texas by Susan Ingraham
In the Junior Swimmer portion of the magazine you will find the following:
34 NATIONAL AGE GROUP RECORD SETTER: Edward Kim, Bellevue Club Swim Team (Bellevue, Wash.)
35 AMERICAN RELAY by Judy Jacob 36 TYR AGE GROUP SWIMMER OF THE MONTH: Vivian Wang, Sunnyvale Swim Club (Sunnyvale, Calif.)
37 GOLDMINDS: Super Starts! by Wayne Goldsmith Here are some tips on how to get faster–sooner–and leave your competitors languishing in the slow lane.
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