Ashley Twichell Featured On Cover Of Swimming World Biweekly – Free Download

U.S. open water star Ashley Twichell graces the cover of the tenth edition of the 2017 Swimming World Biweekly! Twichell delivered a top showing in the women’s 10K open water swim and earned her ticket to the World Championships in Budapest this summer.

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Full event recaps of the 2017 U.S. Open Water National Championships, Atlanta Swim Classic, and Stanford’s NCAA winning match can all be found in this issue. Additional features include David Marsh leaving SwimMAC, Simone Manuel promoting water safety in Sports Illustrated Kids, and water polo Olympian Tony Azevedo announces his upcoming retirement from swimming.

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FEATURES:

DAVID MARSH OFFICIALLY SPLITS WITH SWIMMAC
by James Sica
In a report published in the Charlotte Observer, Olympic head coach David Marsh confirmed that he is officially splitting from SwimMAC after 10 years working with the club…

SIMONE MANUEL PROMOTES WATER SAFETY IN SPORTS ILLUSTRATED KIDS
by David Rieder
Four-time Rio Olympic medalist Simone Manuel recently caught up with Sports Illustrated Kids to talk about finishing up another year at Stanford, her Olympic success, and why more children should be participating swim lessons.

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA SWIM TEAM NEVER TURNED ITS BACK ON ITS COMMUNITY
by Mike Stromberg
Mike Stromberg, former student-athlete and head coach at the University of North Dakota Swim Team, recently penned a letter expressing his disappointment over the swimming and diving teams being cut…

PHELPS AND BOB BOWMAN GIVE UP LEASE ON POOL
by David Rieder
When Michael Phelps and Bob Bowman left Baltimore for Tempe, Ariz., almost two years ago, the two continued to lease the Meadowbrook Aquatic and Fitness Center where Bowman trained Phelps for most of his career. According to a report from the Baltimore Sun, that lease ends this week and will not be renewed.

STANFORD DOWNS UCLA 8-7 IN NCAA WATER POLO FINAL
by Michael Randazzo
In a match that encapsulated all the tension and frustration, all the joy and delight of perhaps one of the greatest seasons of NCAA varsity women’s water polo ever, the 2017 NCAA Women’s Water Polo Championship final was reduced to a single, fantastic moment…

FIVE-TIME WATER POLO OLYMPIAN TONY AZEVEDO TO RETIRE
Five-time Olympian Tony Azevedo will play his final game for Team USA on June 11 at Stanford University when the United States meets Croatia.

ATLANTA SWIM CLASSIC FINALS RECAP
by David Rieder
All the action from the three nights of the Atlanta Swim Classic featuring Caeleb Dressel, Michael Andrew and more.

SWIMMING STRESS: STOP WORRYING – KEEP SWIMMING
by Wayne Goldsmith
One of the most common questions I get asked by swimmers, coaches and parents is how to deal with pre-race nervousness: what I call Swimming Stress.

LAWYER FOR MADELINE GROVES CALLS MISSED DRUG TEST INTO QUESTION
by David Rieder
Australian Olympians Madeline Groves and Thomas Fraser-Holmes have hired attorney Tim Fuller to dispute that each has missed three out-of-competition anti-doping tests.

SIX UNIVERSITY OF BUFFALO SWIMMERS SUING SCHOOL
by David Rieder
Six University of Buffalo swimmers are filing a lawsuit against the university after it abruptly cut the men’s team in early April.

TAYLOR RUCK TO SPEND SUMMER TRAINING IN TORONTO
by David Rieder
Canadian Olympic medalist Taylor Ruck will train in her home country for an extended period for the first time this summer…

2017 U.S. OPEN WATER NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
by David Rieder & Taylor Brien
Full coverage from Castaic Lake, CA featuring Jordan Wilimovsky, Ashley Twichell and more

U.S. OPEN WATER LESSONS FROM THE RIO OLYMPICS
by David Rieder
Haley Anderson arrived in Rio as the reigning Olympic silver medalist in the 10k open water swim, and Jordan Wilimovsky was the reigning World Champion in the event, but no American finished on the podium in either of the marathon swim events…

WHO CAN FILL THE VOID LEFT BY MAYA DIRADO?
by David Rieder
Maya DiRado stormed from behind in the Olympic final of the women’s 200 back, passing Katinka Hosszu on the final stroke to snatch away the gold medal. It was DiRado’s third individual medal of the Rio Games, and the swim was her last. Nine months later, American swim fans have every reason to wonder who’s going to fill those shoes…

LA 2024 OLYMPICS BID RECEIVES PRAISE FROM IOC EVALUATION COMMISSION
by David Rieder
This past week, the International Olympic Committee evaluation commission visited Los Angeles as it closes in on announcing a host for the 2024 Olympics. According to reports from USA TODAY Sports and InsideTheGames, the visit saw the IOC heap praise on LA’s readiness to host an Olympic Games.

USA DIVING ANNOUNCES WORLD CHAMPS ROSTER
USA Diving’s 2017 World Championships roster is set after the final eight spots on the team were determined Sunday at the World Championships Trials.

TRIBUTES TO THE LATE JASON TURCOTTE
by David Rieder
On May 7, longtime Dynamo Swim Club head coach and CEO Jason Turcotte tragically passed away in his sleep. He left behind a wife, Heidi, and three children…

5 SIMPLE THINGS YOU CAN DO TO SWIM BETTER
by Jinq En Phee, Swimming World Intern
Being a competitive swimmer myself, I understand that we’re all constantly thinking of ways to improve ourselves and become a better swimmer. Some people might think that you’ll need a world class facility or a famous coach to become better, but the truth is there are many other things that don’t require those resources that you can do to improve. ..

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Author: Taylor Brien

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Taylor Brien is the Circulation and Operations Manager at Swimming World. A native of Bettendorf, IA and a 2015 graduate of Illinois College, she has covered a variety of events since joining the SW team in 2015, including the NCAA Championships, World Championships, Olympic Trials, and 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

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