PHOENIX, Arizona, September 1. WITH a convincing triumph over Fenwick High (Ill.), the Baylor School girls collected their third Swimming World National High School Title in the past four years. That performance moved Baylor to third all-time with Ann Arbor (Mich.) Pioneer and Peddie School (N.J.) for the most team titles! With that significant triumph, Baylor earned a coveted spot on the cover of the September issue of Swimming World Magazine. Read Now For $3.95.
Baylor head coach Dan Flack certainly has the makings of a dynasty in Tennessee, and in the next few years will be gunning for the top two spots for most girls titles by a school currently held by Bolles (Fla.) with six and Germantown (Pa.) with four.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
8 2012 London Olympics: As Good as it Gets by John Lohn
13 On the Verge of a Dynasty by Jeff Commings
The Baylor School girls won their third national high school title in the last four years.
18 By the Slimmest of Margins by Jason Marsteller
The Bolles School boys won their second national high school team title in the last three years by a half point ahead of New Trier.
22 Nutrition Choices of the Stars by Jeff Commings
This is the third of a three-part series on nutrition choices by some of swimming's elite athletes. This month's focus: nutrition post-workout.
24 Dryside Training: “Tri” It, You'll Like It by J.R. Rosania
27 Q&A with Coach Phillip Davis by Michael J. Stott
31 How They Train: Mark Rubin by Michael J. Stott
32 American Relay by Judy Jacob
33 TYR Age Group Swimmer of the Month
6 A Voice for the Sport
35 For the Record
37 NISCA All-America
46 Parting Shot
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