Year in Review Centerpiece Article in January’s Swimming World Magazine

PHOENIX, Arizona, January 2. EVERY January, Swimming World takes on the task of filtering a year's worth of coverage into less than 10 page of print. This year, we took a particularly hectic year and broke it down within nine pages.

While world records dominated the previous few years, this last year proved to be one of the most hectic when it came to worldwide and nationwide storylines that impacted the entire sport. From the techsuit ban to sexual abuse issues, from the pro plan to Mark Schubert leaving USA Swimming as well as Fran Crippen becoming the first athlete in the sport to die during a competition, the past year proved to be incredibly active for the leading independent resource for reporting in the sport.

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January 2011 Issue
Contents of The January issue:

8 THE YEAR IN REVIEW by Jason Marsteller
18 SWIMMING UNDER THE RADAR
by John Lohn
Japan's Kosuke Kitajima is one of the world's greatest swimmers—just like Phelps, Thorpe or Lochte—but for whatever reason, the double Olympic gold medalist in the 100 and 200 breast just hasn't received similar recognition.
20 2011: THE FINAL STEPPING STONE by Steven Munatones and Emily Sampl
The major aquatics competition this year is the World Championships, which will mark the final major international competition before the 2012 Olympics. Here's a short preview of what to watch for in the coming months.

DEPARTMENTS:
6 A VOICE for the SPORT
42 FOR THE RECORD
45 CALENDAR
46 PARTING SHOT

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

29 Q&A WITH COACH TONY BATIS,
PALO ALTO STANFORD AQUATICS by Michael J. Stott
Through swimming, University of Southern California graduate Tony Batis met his wife and found a business life and coaching career that now has him working with some of the country's brightest young stars.
30 DVD REVIEW: "Coaching the Developing Swimmer" by Michael J. Stott
This four-DVD instructional video set offers fundamental step-by-step approaches to the four basic competitive strokes as well as starts, turns and racing strategies.

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

25 LANE LEADERS: Mike Varozza, Longhorn Aquatics by Emily Sampl
26 DRYSIDE TRAINING: New Year…New You! by J.R. Rosania
This month's exercises will help you burn some calories, gain some strength and condition your heart.

In the Junior Swimmer portion of the magazine you will find the following:
32 AMERICAN RELAY by Judy Jacob
33 NAG TOP 10 (SHORT COURSE YARDS)

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