SWIM Magazine March 2004


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Little-Big Man

By John Lohn. In the world of Masters swimming, Mel Goldstein is a living legend, not just for his accomplishments as a swimmer, but for the significant impact he has had on the sport he loves.


Learn from the Masters: The Backstroke

Featuring Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen. There’s nobody better to teach back- stroke technique to Masters swimmers than Masters world record holder Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen, who holds virtually every record in the dorsal discipline in three age groups—30-34, 35-39 and 40-44.


Stroking Toward Better Health

By Tito Morales. Despite claims to the contrary by radio talk show host, Dr. Gabe Mirkin, and others, Masters swimmer Jon Grey has shown that swimming can definitely help lose weight—in his case, to the tune of 108 pounds in less than six months!


Amphibious Citydwellers

By Susan Riggs. Crikey, mate, it’s Steve and Terri Irwin of “Croco- dile Hunter”-fame, watching our every move, as we take on our ageless, evening ritual in our blissful, watery abyss.