SW Biweekly – Simone Manuel: Collecting Medals and Making a Difference

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In this issue of SW Biweekly, read about how Simone Manuel has been collecting medals and making a difference in her community and worldwide. Also featured is France’s Florent Manadou, who made his return to competitive swimming this year since quitting after the 2016 Olympics; Bronte Campbell has urged all Australians to engage in talk about doping, saying the Olympics should be about inspiration and fairness; Annie and Matt Grevers welcome baby number two; the 2019 Golden Goggles Red Carpet Photo Gallery; Meghan Haila posted pictures of the moment Caeleb Dressel popped the question; The Trojans are back on familiar ground seeking another NCAA men’s water polo title; Coach Dean Boxall remains frustrated as Shayna Jack fights to clear her name after a positive test for a banned substance; Train with University of Toronto’s Kylie Masse; and don’t forget to check out our 2019 Holiday Gift Guide!

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009 FLORENT MANAUDOU, MUSCLE & MIGHT RETURN TO CHAMPIONSHIP WATERS ON COMEBACK TRAIL
by Craig Lord
France’s Florent Manaudou, the Olympic 50 meter freestyle champion in 2012, quit swimming after the 2016 Olympic Games. He recently returned to championship competition at the European Short Course Championships in Glasgow for the first time since he made his swimming comeback in March.

012 BRONTE CAMPBELL: IF OLYMPICS IS ABOUT INSPIRATION & FAIRNESS, WE HAVE TO TALK ABOUT DOPING
by Craig Lord
Bronte Campbell, the double World sprint freestyle champion of 2015, has urged all Australians to engage in talk about doping without fear of tarnishing the Olympics, saying that the Olympics should be about inspiration and fairness.

013 ANNIE, MATT GREVERS WELCOME BABY NUMBER 2
by Andy  Ross
Olympic gold medalist Matt Grevers and his wife, Annie—a Pan American Games gold medalist—welcomed their second child to the world on Dec. 1. Barbara Grace Grevers, named after her grandmother, Barbara Chandler, is the younger sister of Skyler Lea, who turned 3 in November.

014 SIMONE MANUEL COLLECTING MEDALS AND MAKING A DIFFERENCE
by David Rieder
Through a constant drive for bettering herself, Simone Manuel has crafted a career for which she may eventually be remembered as the greatest American sprinter ever. But she has forever changed the sport, her impact reaching far beyond any medals she has won.

017 2019 GOLDEN GOGGLES RED CARPET PHOTO GALLERY
photos by Taylor Brien

031 2019 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE

040 MEGHAN HAILA POSTS PICTURE OF HAPPY MOMENT WHEN CAELEB DRESSEL POPPED THE QUESTION
by Craig Lord
Caeleb Dressel recently proposed to his girlfriend, Meghan Haila. The two have been dating since the couple were teenagers. Haila swam for Florida State University and was a two-time state champion in the 100 breast and All-American for Creekside High School.

042 TROJANS ON FAMILIAR GROUND AS THEY SEEK ANOTHER NCAA MEN’S WATER POLO TITLE
by Michael Randazzo
2019 has been a challenging season for USC, the defending men’s water polo national champions. With a new head coach and with key members missing from their team, the Trojans struggled early. But as this year’s NCAAs approached, USC seemed as likely as anyone to win it all this year.

 044 TOP COACH DEAN BOXALL REMAINS FRUSTRATED AS SHAYNA JACK FIGHTS TO CLEAR HER NAME
by Ian Hanson
Coach Dean Boxall maintains that his swimmer, Shayna Jack, is innocent of any wrong-doing as she continues to fight a positive test for the banned substance, Ligandrol, that carries a mandatory four-year ban and threatens to cut short a career that was very much on track toward Tokyo Olympic gold in 2020.

045 HOW THEY TRAIN: KYLIE MASSE
by Michael J. Stott

048 PARTING SHOT

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