Commentary

Assignment Europe: Chasing Therese Alshammar – Part 1

Feature by Steven V. Selthoffer, Senior European Columnist STOCKHOLM, Sweden, March 8. THERESE Alshammar, SWE, reflects the growing trend of world-class athletes training in multiple locations globally in preparation for

Ranking the Olympic Comebacks

Column by John Lohn, Swimming World senior writer NEW YORK, New York, February 28. PABLO Morales. Dara Torres. Most recently, Geoff Huegill. These are just a few athletes who have

McCaffreyCap: Feb. 24th, 2011

This week in the rundown, SE must Cs, the taper beard challenge, and a meet that's older than your grandma! Take your Mark! Nothing kicks off championship swimming season here

Master of the Kitchen Tackles Sports Nutrition

Feature by Jenny Wilson, Swimming World intern EVANSTON, Illinois, February 23. SUCCESS never tasted so sweet. Masters swimmer Marisa Churchill recently completed her first cookbook, Sweet & Skinny: 100 Recipes

Lay of the Land in Women’s NCAA Division I

Column by John Lohn, Swimming World senior writer BASKING RIDGE, New Jersey, February 14. TWO weeks ago, this column took a look at some of the storylines we can expect

Ice Age: The Science Behind Cold Water Immersion

Feature by Jenny Wilson, Swimming World intern EVANSTON, Illinois, February 8. IN the midst of record-setting winter storms and rapidly-falling temperatures, hot showers and warm fireplaces seem like a perfect

Impact of the Return of the Thorpedo

Column by John Lohn, Swimming World senior writer BASKING RIDGE, New Jersey, February 1. IT's been six years since he raced in international competition, standing on the top step of