SWIM Magazine March 1998



Editor’s Note


Your Views



Just Add Water


Minding Masters


Health Waves

Rehabilitation from Shoulder Injury by James W. Miller, M.D.

Eating Gracefully As We Age by Cindy Carroll, M.S., R.D.


Swim for Fitness

The Great Debate: Technique or Conditioning? by Scott Rabalais.


Coaching Services


Swimming Safety


Working Out

Transition Turns in the IM by Richard Shoulberg.


Smorgasbord of Events




On the Market 




The Top 10 Masters Swimmers of 1997

By Scott Rabalais. Barriers were made to be broken. For proof, read about the mind -boggling achievements of SWIM Magazine’s “Terrific Ten”—the top 10 Masters swimmers of 1997.


Swim Crazy

By Phillip Whitten. Even though the 8th FINA World Swimming Championships were nearly overshadowed by the ongoing Chinese drug scandal, the Aussies were treated to some incredible performances in the pool.


U.S. Sizzles, China Fizzles

By Phillip Whitten. America’s women showed their worth at Perth with their best team performance in 20 years; China, the over- whelming favorites coming into the meet, performed abysmally.


No Worries!

By Bob Ingram. With thousands of vociferous fans cheering them on, the Aussies had “no worries” as they captured the men’s competition at the World Championships in Australia.