Available Now For Free Download, Swimming World Biweekly: 2016 In Review!

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Swimming World kicks off 2017 with a look back at some of the biggest moments of 2016 in our first Biweekly of the year! “2016 In Review” takes a look back at some of the biggest events that Swimming World covered, including the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials, 2016 Rio Olympic Games, and the 2016 AT&T U.S. Winter National Championships.

In addition to event coverage, the “2016 In Review” issue highlights some of Swimming World’s top intern posts of the year and big news that stemmed from some of swimming’s biggest stars.

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FEATURES

006 3 REASONS WHY YOUR MENTAL GAME IS IMPORTANT 
by Courtney Bartholomew
As swimmers, we can swim back and forth in a pool for hours. However, swimmers don’t need to only be physically tough, but also mentally tough to complete long, grueling practices that sap our energy.

008 EXPLORING THE RACIAL DISPARITIES IN COMPETITIVE SWIMMING
by Molly Lloyd
It might be hard to realize – or just easier for some of us to ignore – we need to address that competitive swimming, while near and dear to our hearts, seems to have a race problem.

010 THE IMPORTANCE OF FEMALE COACHES
by Emma Foster
In a 2015-16 report released from the Alliance of Women Coaches and Tucker Center for Research on Girls and Women in Sport, swimming received an ‘F’, meaning that the number of female head coaches was less than 24 percent (swimming scored 15.6 percent) at NCAA Division I FBS schools…

014 MICHAEL PHELPS PART OF ASU’S CURTAIN OF DISTRACTION
by Jason Marsteller
Michael Phelps continued to enjoy his time at Arizona State University as part of the vaunted student section called the Curtain of Distraction against Oregon State basketball.

015 MICHAEL PHELPS JOINING ASU COACHING STAFF FOR 2016-17 SEASON
by James Sica
Michael Phelps will join the ASU coaching staff as a volunteer at the conclusion of the 2016 Olympics.

016 NATALIE COUGHLIN NAMED PAC-12 SWIMMER OF THE CENTURY
by Jason Marsteller
California’s Natalie Coughlin, one of the most decorated Olympians, is the Pac-12 Swimmer of the Century. The owner of 11 individual NCAA titles, Coughlin was the NCAA Swimmer of the Year for all three of her years at Cal.

018 WOMEN’S NCAA DIVISION 1 CHAMPIONSHIPS FINALS RECAP
by Jason Marsteller
The University of Georgia takes home the crown plus all the other highlights from the aquatic center at Georgia Tech.

024 MEN’S NCAA DIVISION 1 CHAMPIONSHIPS FINALS RECAP
by Jason Marsteller
The University of Texas takes home the crown plus all the other highlights from the aquatic center at Georgia Tech.

030 BOLLES NATION
commentary by Casey Barrett
The three greatest swimmers in the NCAA – Ryan Murphy, Joseph Schooling, and Caeleb Dressel – all hail from the same place: Bolles. The single finest place on earth to develop champions in the pool…

034 USA OLYMPIC TRIALS FULL RECAP
by Taylor Brien & Cathleen Pruden
Swimming World recaps all the action from eight nights in Omaha.

Night 1 – pg. 34

Night 2 – pg. 36

Night 3 – pg. 38

Night 4 – pg. 40

Night 5 – pg. 42

Night 6 – pg. 44

Night 7 – pg. 46

Night 8 – pg. 47

048 2016 RIO OLYMPIC GAMES FULL RECAP
by Cathleen Pruden & Taylor Brien
Swimming World recaps all the action from eight nights in Rio.

Night 1 – pg. 48

Night 2 – pg. 50

Night 3 – pg. 52

Night 4 – pg. 54

Night 5 – pg. 56

Night 6 – pg. 58

Night 7 – pg. 60

Night 8 – pg. 62

064 RYAN LOCHTE SUMMONED FOR HEARING BY RIO POLICE
by Taylor Brien
After being dropped by all four of his biggest corporate sponsors, Ryan Lochte was summoned by the Rio police to testify in Brazil as part of the investigation into the claims made the night of the alleged robbery.

065 TELL RYAN LOCHTE THAT NOTHING GOOD HAPPENS AFTER MIDNIGHT
commentary by Joe Johnson
I was a swim coach for a long time. When I would travel with my swimmers, I had three very easy rules/guidelines for staying out of trouble. While the “wisdom” I imparted on my swimmers would not be considered earth-shattering, it could be considered life-changing…

066 JIMMY FEIGEN RELEASES STATEMENT ON RIO INCIDENT
by Taylor Brien
Jimmy Feigen, a member of the four athlete group who allegedly vandalized a gas station bathroom while in Rio for the Olympics, has issued a statement about what transpired that night.

072 2016 PARALYMPIC GAMES FINALS RECAP
by Cathleen Pruden & Taylor Brien
Swimming World recaps all the action from 10 nights in Rio.

092 U.S. WINTER NATIONALS FULL RECAP
by Taylor Brien
Swimming World recaps all the action from all four nights in Atlanta, GA.

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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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