SWIM Magazine November 1992


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She’s 28, married, a CPA…and she’s an Olympian. How Angie Wester-Krie beat the odds to become the oldest – ever woman swimmer on the U.S. Olympic team. By Kim Carlisle.


Channeling Courage
American women defy the elements to set a record for the English Channel Swim. By Sandra Todd.


Get Stronger, Swim Faster
Debunking three myths about weight training for swimmers. By Richard A. Winett, Ph.D.


Holiday Gift Catalog
Do your holiday shopping at home!


A Holiday Workout With SCAQ


Personal Best: An Interview with William Simon

By Phillip Whitten


Expert Advice: Preventing and Treating Swimmer’s Shoulder

By Ronald E. Glousman, M.D.


Masters LC Nationals Results


USMS One Hour Postal Swim Entry Form


Masters Marketplace


The Readers’ Turn


From the Editor




USMS Convention Highlights


Health Waves


Video Preview



By Terry Laughlin



By Linda Houtkooper, Ph.D.


Question Man:

What do you think of the new body suit worn at the Olympics?