SW Biweekly – Leon Marchand: The New French King – On Sale Now!

slider 06-21-22
[On The Cover: Leon Marchand | Photo by Andrea Staccioli / Deepbluemedia / Insidefoto]

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In this issue if SW Biweekly, read about Leon Marchand, who just produced the second-fastest swim in history in the 400-meter IM, not far off the world record of Michael Phelps. Also featured is a ranking of the top ten men’ and women’s performances from the 19th World Championships: Gregorio Patrinieri and Italy continue to elevate global presence; Summer McIntosh pointed toward greatness; Sarah Sjostrom claims second world crown in 50 free and fourth straight medal; David Popovici and Kristof Milak pose rare threat to Caeleb Dressel’s dominance; Dressel’s withdrawal leaves hole at World Championships; Katie Ledecky retakes 400 free world title, takes another 1500 free title; Katie Grimes completes U.S. 1-2; Torri Huske’s wins put her in elite company; Florian Wellbrock, Ana Marcela Cunha claim 5k gold


SW Biweekly 6-21-22 - Leon Marchand - The New French King - COVER[On The Cover: Leon Marchand | Photo by Andrea Staccioli / Deepbluemedia / Insidefoto]

 


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FEATURES

008 RANKING THE TOP 10 WOMEN’S PERFORMANCES FROM WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
by David Rieder
The swimming competition at the 19th World Championships, July 18-25, in Budapest, Hungary produced a wide range of world champions—from 15-year-old breakout star Summer McIntosh of Canada to Sweden’s 28-year-old Sarah Sjostrom winning a gold medal at a sixth different edition of Worlds.

012 RANKING THE TOP 10 MEN’S PERFORMANCES FROM WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
by David Rieder
Eight days of competition at the FINA World Championships in Budapest included impressive efforts throughout, and a pair of swims on the men’s side resulted in individual world records.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 19th FINA WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS (Budapest, Hungary):

016 GREGORIO PALTRINIERI AND ITALY CONTINUE TO ELEVATE GLOBAL PRESENCE
by John Lohn

017 SUMMER McINTOSH HAS OFFICIALLY ARRIVED; NOW POINTING TOWARD GREATNESS
by John Lohn

020 SARAH SJOSTROM CLAIMS SECOND WORLD CROWN IN 50 FREE & FOURTH STRAIGHT MEDAL
by Liz Byrnes

022 DAVID POPOVICI, KRISTOF MILAK POSE RARE THREATS TO CAELEB DRESSEL DOMINANCE
by David Rieder

023 CAELEB DRESSEL WITHDRAWAL LEAVES HOLE AT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
by David Rieder

024 KATIE LEDECKY PULLS AWAY FROM SUMMER McINTOSH TO RETAKE 400 FREE WORLD TITLE
by David Rieder

026 KATIE LEDECKY ANNIHILATES FIELD FOR ANOTHER 1500 FREESTYLE TITLE;
KATIE GRIMES COMPLETES U.S. 1-2

by David Rieder

028 KATIE LEDECKY WINS 800 FREE, FIRST TO WIN 5 STRAIGHT WORLD TITLES
by Matthew DeGeorge

030 TORRI HUSKE’S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS PUT HER IN ELITE COMPANY
by Matthew DeGeorge

032 FLORIAN WELLBROCK, ANA MARCELA CUNHA CLAIM 5K GOLD MEDALS
by David Rieder

034 LEON MARCHAND THREATENS MICHAEL PHELPS’ WORLD RECORD EN ROUTE TO 400 IM GOLD
by Matthew DeGeorge

036 PARTING SHOT

 

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