Adam Peaty Earns Second World Swimmer of the Year On December 2018 Issue Cover

ON DECEMBER 2018 COVER OF SWIMMING WORLD MAGAZINE

Adam Peaty, 23, was named Swimming World’s Male World Swimmer of the Year for the second time in his career (2015, 2018). At the European Championships in August, he lowered his world record in the men’s 100 meter breast to 57.10 and came away with four gold medals—becoming Great Britain’s first three-time quadruple champion at that meet. By the end of 2018’s long course season, Peaty held the 11 top times ever swum in the 50 breast and the 14 fastest times ever swum in the 100 breast.

(This year’s World and Regional Swimmers of the Year are featured on pages 16-23, with the Top 10 Performances of 2018 highlighted on pages 24-27.)

To learn more about Adam Peaty and the other Swimmers of the Year, check out the November 2018 issue of Swimming World Magazine, available now!  Swimming World subscribers can download this issue in the Swimming World Vault!

Dec 2018 Cover

Get Swimming World Magazine and Swimming World Biweekly FREE When You Become A Member of the International Swimming Hall of Fame

Want More?  Subscribe With This Special 2-Year Offer! 

New! 1-Year Digital Only Subscription for just $29.95 Order Now!

Non-Subscribers Can Download This Issue For Only $5.94

 

[PHOTO BY LAPRESSE/ PROVIDED BY ARENA]

FEATURES

016 2018 SWIMMERS OF THE YEAR
by Annie Grevers, David Rieder and Dan D’Addona
World: Katie Ledecky (Female American)
& Adam Peaty (Male European)
Female European: Sarah Sjostrom
Male American: Chase Kalisz
Pacific Rim: Cate Campbell & Sun Yang
African: Tatjana Schoenmaker & Chad le Clos

024 5 BEST WOMEN’S & 6 BEST MEN’S PERFORMANCES OF 2018
by David Rieder
This year’s list of the top 11 performances features world records, second-fastest performances in history and textile bests. The swims come primarily from the year’s biggest regional meets—the European Championships, Pan Pacific Championships and Asian Games.

COACHING

009 SPECIAL SETS: WISCONSIN KICK TEST SETS
by Michael J. Stott

010 LESSONS WITH THE LEGENDS: SOICHI SAKAMATO
by Michael J. Stott

014 SWIMMING TECHNIQUE CONCEPTS: DEVELOPMENT OF AN OPTIMAL MODEL FOR TECHNIQUE: PART 4—BASE OF SUPPORT
by Rod Havriluk
Body size and shape, body rotation and head position as well as motion need to be controlled for optimizing swimming technique. All of these factors help to minimize resistance, but also help to make a stable “base of support” to maximize propulsion.

038 VERTICAL KICKING: THE SIXTH STROKE?
by Michael J. Stott

041 Q&A WITH COACH BRIAN SCHRADER
by Michael J. Stott

042 HOW THEY TRAIN: KYLE ROBROCK
by Michael J. Stott

TRAINING

028 DRYSIDE TRAINING: STROKE AND DISTANCE STRENGTH SERIES—STARTS AND TURNS
by J.R. Rosania

JUNIOR SWIMMER

045 UP & COMERS: CLARK KENT APUADA
by “Lois Lane” (aka Taylor Brien)

COLUMNS & SPECIAL SECTIONS

008 A VOICE FOR THE SPORT
013 BEYOND THE YARDS
029 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE
044 DADS ON DECK
046 HASTY HIGH POINTERS
047 GUTTER TALK
048 PARTING SHOT

2 Comments

2 comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Author: lauren1

avatar

Current Swimming World Issue


Trouble Viewing on Smart Phones, Tablets or iPads? Click Here