Workout Toughness Profiled in May Issue of Swimming World Magazine

PHOENIX, Arizona, May 8. MICHAEL J. Stott returns in the May issue of Swimming World Magazine with an article entitled From Whiner to Winner.

The article includes thoughts from a plethora of coaches who all talk about helping a swimmer push to their limits, and how to do it as part of every day practice.

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May 2011 Issue
Contents of The May issue:

8 CAL CLAIMS SECOND TEAM TITLE by Jason Marsteller
For the second time in three years, Coach Teri McKeever's University of California Golden Bears captured the team championships at the women's NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships.
14 A DIFFERENT YEAR, A NEW RESULT by John Lohn
In 2010, the University of California saw its lead at the Men's NCAA Division I swimming and Diving Championships slip away to Texas. But a year later, Cal withstood a mighty challenge from the Longhorns to win its first NCAA men's team title since 1980.
20 REPEATS, SWEEPS AND AN END OF A STREAK
by Jason Marsteller and Judy Jacob
Schools from NCAA Division II and III, NAIA and NJCAA battled during the month of March to determine this year's top college swimming and diving teams.
23 STANFORD LEADS A COMPETITIVE FIELD by Emily Sampl
Stanford is the favorite to win the 2011 women's NCAA water polo championships in May, but there are several other strong teams that could upset the Cardinal.

DEPARTMENTS:
6 A VOICE for the SPORT
44 FOR THE RECORD
53 CALENDAR
54 PARTING SHOT

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

27 LANE LEADERS: Erika Braun, Raleigh Area Masters (Raleigh, N.C.) by Emily Sampl
28 DRYSIDE TRAINING: IM Stroke Series (Backstroke) by J.R. Rosania

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


31 Q&A WITH COACH CHAD ONKEN, YMCA OF THE TRIANGLE AREA by Michael J. Stott
Widely credited with the discovery and development of Olympian Cullen Jones, Chad Onken has leveraged summer league, age group, high school, collegiate and Masters coaching experience to return YMCA of the Triangle Area swimmers to consistent top-three finishes at Y Nationals.
33 HOW THEY TRAIN: Joe Bonk by Michael J. Stott
34 FROM WHINER TO WINNER by Michael J. Stott
Workout toughness translates into a successful competitive experience.

In the Junior Swimmer portion of the magazine you will find the following:
36 NATIONAL AGE GROUP RECORD SETTER:
Curtis Ogren, Peak Swimming (Saratoga, Calif.) by Judy Jacob
39 AMERICAN RELAY by Judy Jacob
40 TYR AGE GROUP SWIMMER OF THE MONTH:
Sean O'Connell, Monocacy Aquatic Club (Frederick, Md.)
42 DEFINING MOMENTS: NCSA Junior Nationals by Jason Marsteller
The Aquajets' Rachel Bootsma dominated this year's NCSA Junior Nationals, winning a record nine gold medals—six individual events and three relays.

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