Commentary

Swimming with Pain-Freedom

Feature by Tonya Nascimento, Swimming World intern TALLAHASSEE, Florida, November 16. TO excel in swimming, you've got to be tough. You've got to learn to deal with the pain of

Music To An Athlete’s Ears

Feature by Michelle Berman, Swimming World intern PISCATAWAY, New Jersey, November 9. TO some, music is a way of passing time, a way of drowning out background noise, or a

Swimming with Courage

Feature by Tonya Nascimento, Swimming World intern TALLAHASSEE, Florida, November 5. IMAGINE you are running for your life. As you dart through the wilderness, you rapidly approach a precipice. As

Taking Care of Business

PHOENIX, Arizona, November 4. IN the November issue of Swimming World Magazine, CEO Brent Rutemiller addresses the democratic process that led to USA Swimming's increased athlete protection policies in this

The Travel Meet

Feature by Michelle Berman, Swimming World intern PISCATAWAY, New Jersey, November 2. TRAVEL meets are becoming more and more common around the club and college/professional level. More teams are willing

Swimming Without Limits

Feature by Tonya Nascimento, Swimming World intern TALLAHASSEE, Florida, October 29. HAVE you ever noticed when your body hurts it is your mind that tells you to slow down? Very

The Freshman 15

Feature by Michelle Berman, Swimming World intern PISCATAWAY, New Jersey, October 28. THE freshman 15, as many know, is a scary number that represents a move out of the house

The Tragedy of Fran Crippen’s Passing

Column by John Lohn, Swimming World senior writer MEDIA, Pennsylvania, October 25. AT the Pan Pacific Championships in August, Fran Crippen was all smiles. He sat with his United States

You See, You Do: Visualization That Works

Feature by Tonya Nascimento, Swimming World intern TALLAHASSEE, Florida, October 22. HAVE you ever woken up confused or in a panic as a result of what you were dreaming? The