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Swimming World Biweekly: Canadian Bakin’ With Taylor Ruck – March 7, 2018

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In the latest issue of the Swimming World Biweekly, you will find all the top stories you missed over the last two weeks including features on college conference swimming, water polo, and training. You will love our recaps of NCAA Conference Championships and the TYR Pro Am Series in Atlanta with a feature on Taylor Ruck from Canada.  And don’t miss our annual camp directory full of great summer camps throughout the United States.

 

Swimming World Biweekly Feature Stories

O8 “BERNING” PASSION: WHAT STILL DRIVES MARK BERNARDINO TO COACH
by David Rieder
Mark Bernardino dedicated 35 years to building a national powerhouse at the University of Virginia. During his tenure, the Cavalier women and men combined to win 27 ACC championships…

010 2018 MEN’S PAC-12 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS FULL FINALS RECAP
by Dan D’Addona
All the action from Federal Way, Washington as the teams from the Pac-12 square off for the 2018 conference championship.

014 2018 WOMEN’S PAC-12 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS FULL FINALS RECAP
by Dan D’Addona
All the action from Federal Way, Washington as the teams from the Pac-12 square off for the 2018 conference championship.

018 2018 MEN’S ACC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS FULL FINALS RECAP
by David Rieder
All the action from Greensboro, N.C as the teams from the ACC square off for the 2018 conference championship.

022 2018 WOMEN’S ACC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS FULL FINALS RECAP
by David Rieder
All the action from Greensboro, N.C as the teams from the ACC square off for the 2018 conference championship.

026 HOW THEY TRAIN: JOEL AX
by Michael J. Stott

028 TYR PRO SWIM SERIES – ATLANTA, FULL FINALS RECAP
by Andy Ross & Taylor Brien
All the action from Atlanta Ga. as the TYR Pro Swim Series hits the second stop of the 2018 circuit.

038 OUR ANNUAL SWIM CAMP DIRECTORY

046 WATER POLO COMMUNITY REACTS TO ELIMINATION OF HARTWICK WOMEN’S PROGRAM
by Michael Randazzo
It was announced that Hartwick President Margaret Drugovich and the school’s board of trustees voted to eliminate the Division I women’s water polo program at the end of the 2018 season. The decision has predictably caused a reaction in the tightly knit water polo community…

049 ICARUS WINS OSCAR, FILMMAKERS CALL FOR HEAD OF IOC TO RESIGN
by James Sica
The Netflix documentary film ICARUS by Bryan Fogel and Dan Cogan that helped to expose the widespread Russian institutionalized doping scandal won an Academy Award for “Best Documentary,” March 4, in Los Angeles.