SWIM Magazine November 2002


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Editor’s Note


Just Add Water




Making Masters Fun


Health Waves


Swim for Fitness


Holiday Gift Ideas




One -Hour Postal Swim Entry Form


On the Market




Raw Speed

By Tito Morales. At 57 years of age, Richard Abrahams of the Rocky Mountain Masters in Colorado continues to raise the bar with age defying sprint swimming.


Max Your Core Strength: It’s A Ball!

By Wendy Weinberg Weil. The best way to develop and maintain your flexibility and core strength is with a series of exercises using an oversized ball, known by various names such as stability, yoga, gymnic, exercise, physio and balance balls.


Splish Splash!

By Bill Volckening. There was plenty of splishing and splashing going on at this year’s rock ‘n’ roll pool party—aka, the USMS Long Course Nationals—in Cleveland, home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.


Home Again

By Betsy Durrant. Charlie Erwin won the first -ever Mike Rynne 2 -Mile l a r Swim on the Merrimack River back in 1952. A half century later, he returned home to swim in those familiar Merrimack waters as he was cheered on by his high school classmates.