SWIM Magazine January 2003


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Editor’s Note


Your Views


Just Add Water




Health Waves


Swim for Fitness 


Training Tools


What’s Cookin’?


“Swimming Down Under”


“Dressed for Success”




USMS Short Course Nationals Entry Form


Working Out






Would You Challenge This Woman for “Her” Lane?

By Michael J. Stott. Not always beloved, but a leader in every sense, June Krauser, who will be inducted into the first Masters Hall of Fame in January, has earned all the accolades and abuse tossed her way.


Masters Swimming’s First Governor

By Lollie Groth. Linda Lingle, who was recently elected governor of Hawaii, is the first Masters swimmer to win a gubernatorial election and the first woman governor in the state’s history, not to mention the first Republican to take office in 40 years.


When More Is Less: Overtraining and the Masters Swimmer

By Neil J. Salkind. When training in the pool, there’s a fine line between keeping in shaped and digging yourself into that increasingly deeper hole of fatigue and dissatisfaction.


Miracle Man

By Biff Lowry. Just five -and -a -half months removed from triple bypass surgery, 73 -year -old Bud Knowlton was back in the water, winning two gold medals, three silver and a bronze at the USMS Short Course Nationals in Hawaii.