SWIM Magazine July 2002


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Editor’s Note


Just Add Water




Making Masters Fun


Health Waves


Swim for Fitness


A Touch of Magic


A Tale of Two Tremors


Working Out




Entry Form: 3000/6000 Postal Championships


On the Market


Caption Contest

Hangin’ Loose in Hawaii

By Bill Vokkening. Eighty-nine individual record -breaking swims—resulting in 76 new USMS records—plus 11 record -breaking relays highlighted the four day USMS Short Course Nationals in Hawaii.


Still Going Strong After All These Years

By Pamela LeBlanc. There are over 30 USMS swimmers who are 90 years and older. These nonagenarians say the ageless sport of swimming keeps them active, happy and social. Just one look, and it’s obvious it also keeps them looking and feeling younger.


Swimming in Paradise: The Waikiki Roughwater Swim

By Tito Morales. For open water enthusiasts around the world, the Waikiki Roughwater Swim is the most prestigious contest on the calendar. The 2.38 -mile competition draws ocean lovers from as far away as Europe, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.


Dr. Barry Sears Says, “Eat Your Fish Oil, Lots of It!”

By Phillip Whitten. Dr. Barry Sears, creator of the popular “Zone Diet,” discuss his new book, “The Omega Rx Zone.” Citing numerous studies, he explains why he believes we all should be eating fish oil.