SWIM Magazine May 1998


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Editor’s Note


Your Views


Hall of Fame Induction


Minding Masters


USMS Long Distance All-Americans & All-Stars


USMS Pool All-Americans & All-Stars


Health Waves

What’s Gender Got to Do with It? by Cindy Carroll, M.S., R.D.


Swim for Fitness


Open Water Events


Working Out

Swimming Fast on Purpose by Byron Davis.


Master Speak


USMS LC Nationals Official Entry Form






Roughing It

By Jeff Bliss. Lakes or oceans are arguably more uncertain than your local indoor plunge, but swimming in this venue offers more scenery and challenges than any pool you’re familiar with


Tips for a Successful Open Water Swim

By Gary King. Open water swims can be successful and enjoyable when you know how to prepare properly for your race.


Stretch Yourself

By Ron Karnaugh, M.D. In a SWIM Magazine exclusive, Karnaugh, the World Championship bronze medalist and triple world record holder in the short course meters IMs, reveals one of the secrets of his phenomenal success and swimming longevity—daily stretching.


Swimming a Million Yards an Hour

By Don Veress. Members of the Davis Aquatic Masters swim team in Davis, Calif., swam a record 1,097,305 yards in the annual One -Hour Postal Swim National Championship.