Commentary

FINA Changes Course; Thank the Captain!

Guest editorial by John Leonard FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida, September 27. JUST as FINA was about to wreck itself on the rocks of autocratic Rule by its Executive Director and Honorable

Mindful Swimming

Feature by Tonya Nascimento, Swimming World intern TALLAHASSEE, Florida, September 24. IN a year round sport with only one championship every 3 or 4 months, it can be very easy

Behind the Scenes: The Recruiting Process

Feature by Michelle Berman, Swimming World intern PISCATAWAY, New Jersey, September 20. AS members of a collegiate swim team how do you deal with the "recruits" when they come in?

Using Progress Goal Times to Improve

Feature by Tonya Nascimento, Swimming World intern TALLAHASSEE, Florida, September 17. GOALS give direction. Without goals, you have no plan, no strategy, no drive; you are just swimming laps and

How Much Does the Olympic Dream Cost?

Column by Garrett McCaffrey, SwimmingWorld.TV Producer PHOENIX, Arizona, September 15. THE highest achievement in swimming is Olympic glory. The Olympic Dream is what drives swimmers to spend thousands of hours

Goals that Motivate

Feature by Tonya Nascimento, Swimming World intern TALLAHASSEE, Florida, September 10. CHLORINE runs in your veins; it's your perfume. You are a competitive swimmer, and perhaps you have been as

This and That From The Last Week

Column by John Lohn VERNON, New York, September 6. ALTHOUGH the action of the summer has passed, there's still been plenty of news in the swimming world over the past