Swimming World Biweekly: Indy Rock

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Swimming World Biweekly: June 8, 2016 Issue

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006 ARENA PRO SWIM SERIES- INDIANAPOLIS FULL FINALS RECAP
by Shoshanna Rutemiller & Cathleen Pruden
The Arena Pro Swim Series stopped off in Indianapolis and featured swims from Connor Jaeger, Brittany MacLean, David Plummer, and more.

012 ARENA PRO SWIM SERIES- INDIANAPOLIS PHOTO GALLERY
See the meet through the lens of the great Peter H. Bick

018 ARENA PRO SWIM SERIES- SANTA CLARA FULL FINALS RECAP
by Cathleen Pruden
The Arena Pro Swim Series also stopped off in Santa Clara and featured swims from Sun Yang, Maya DiRado, James Magnussen, and more.

023 OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST ED MOSES QUALIFIES FOR 4TH OLYMPIC TRIALS ON SHORT NOTICE
by Jason Marsteller
Ed Moses, who won an Olympic gold medal as part of the 2000 Sydney Games men’s 400-meter medley relay, decided to qualify for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials on a lark.

024 2016 LONGHORN AQUATICS ELITE INVITE FINALS RECAP
by David Rieder and Cathleen Pruden
The action at the Longhorn Elite Invite featured Michael Phelps making his final return to the pool in which he broke his first world record, as well as a showdown between Allison Schmitt and Missy Franklin in the 100 free.

030 MORE ZIKA FEARS AS SCIENTISTS CALL FOR 2016 RIO OLYMPICS TO BE MOVED
by Jason Marsteller
A group of 125 scientists and health experts have written a letter to World Health Organization Director Dr. Margaret Chan stating that the Olympics must be moved or postponed.

032 23 POSITIVE DOPING RETESTS FROM 2012 LONDON OLYMPICS
by Jason Marsteller
A total of 23 athletes from five different sports tested positive for banned substances during sample retests from the 2012 London Olympics, the International Olympic Committee announced today.

033 RAY ESSICK, USA SWIMMING’S 1ST EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, PASSES AWAY
by Jason Marsteller
Ray Essick, the first USA Swimming executive director, passed away while spending time with his family. The cause of death is not yet known, but the death was sudden.

034 IMPOSSIBLE IS NOTHING: HOW PASSION CAN LEAD TO BUSTING LIMITS
by Katie Willis, Swimming World College Intern
I’ve never liked the concept of having limitations. But we are human, therefore we are incapable of the impossible.

036 7 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT THE MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM
by Erin Keaveny, Swimming World College Intern
Member’s of the U.S. Men’s National Team are generally known for their outstanding skills in the pool, but there’s a lot about these guys that you can’t tell from their times.

036 7 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT THE WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM
by Erin Keaveny, Swimming World College Intern
The women on the U.S. National Team have smashed records and made history in the water, but contrary to popular opinion, they are not actually mermaids. They have to spend some time on land too, and you might not know as much about that part of their lives.

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