Keri-Anne Payne, Thomas Lurz, Spyros Gianniotis Named Swimming World Open Water Swimmers of the Year

PHOENIX, Arizona, November 6. IN the November issue of Swimming World Magazine,'s Steve Munatones features the 2011 Swimming World Open Water Swimmers of the Year.

Keri-Anne Payne earned the outright women's title, while Thomas Lurz and Spyros Gianniotis shared the men's crown. Make sure to check out the article in November's issue for a complete recap of their years.

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November 2011 Issue
Contents of The November issue:

8 2012 Olympics: A Preview of London by John Lohn Swimming World peers into its proverbial crystal ball and provides a glimpse of what could shake out in the swimming events at the 30th Olympiad next summer.
12 "Missile" on the Radar by Ian Hanson James Magnussen, dubbed "The Missile" and "Down-Under Wonder," has his sights set on the London Olympics in 2012.
16 It's All Good! by Steve Munatones With great racing, a beautiful venue, humble champions, camaraderie and the best post-race banquet in the sport, the 12th RCP Tiburon Mile in San Francisco Bay is symbolic of all that is good in open water swimming.
18 Open Water Swimmers of the Year by Steve Munatones
21 Lane Leaders: Colette Crabbe by Emily Sampl
22 Dryside Training by J.R. Rosania
28 Q&A with Coach Brian Brown by Michael J. Stott
30 How They Train: Daniela Rueda by Michael J. Stott
31 So You Want to Swim in College? by Michael J. Stott It's your senior year in high school, and you've just signed that national letter of intent. Now What? This article will tell you what to expect and how to prepare.
34 Science of Performance by G. John Mullen Over the years, stroke mechanics have been hotly debated, but one standard and very important aspect of freestyle is an early vertical forearm.
36 Swimming and Yoga by James Rudisill Adding yoga to a swimming training regimen comes with numerous benefits. Besides, it's fun!
38 USSSA by Mary Reilly-Magee
40 American Relay by Judy Jacob
41 TYR Age Group Swimmer of the Month

6 A Voice for the Sport
24 Holiday Gift Guide
42 Calendar
43 For the Record
46 Parting Shot

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