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Swimming World Biweekly: Pro AM Wrap, Injury Prevention, Masters, And More

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Swimming World Biweekly: Pro AM Wrap, Injury Prevention, Masters, And More

FEATURES
AREANA PRO SWIM SERIES RECAP

By Jason Marsteller

Day 1 finals recap – Pg. 05

Day 2 finals recap – Pg. 06

Day 3 finals recap- Pg. 10

Day 4 finals recap – Pg. 14

 

PERDEW NAMED HEAD COACH OF UC SAN DIEGO SWIMMING & DIVING

Daniel Perdew has been named the head coach of the UC San Diego men’s swimming and diving program. Perdew, a UCSD alum and arguably the greatest sprinter in Triton history, spent the 2014-15 season as interim head coach.

 

3 REASONS WHY 100 IM SHOULD NOT BE SWUM AT NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Commentary by Jeff Commings

I love the 100 IM. It’s the primary reason why I signed up for Masters swimming 16 years ago. It’s the perfect marriage of all-out sprinting ability and stroke versatility. It’s also wrong for NCAA championships.

 

SCHUYLER BAILAR TO BE FIRST OPENLY TRANSGENDER D1 NCAA SWIMMER

By Emma Merrill

Schuyler Bailar is an extremely talented rising freshman on the Harvard men’s team. He is also transgender.

 

3 SWIMMERS WHO STOOD OUT IN THE POOL IN SANTA CLARA

By Jeff Commings

The Arena Pro Swim Series in Santa Clara was one of the last opportunities to see so many of the world’s best in one place before this summer’s big competitions.

 

5 REASONS TO CONSIDER MASTERS SWIMMING

By Seren Jones

Masters swimming can be enjoyed for the rest of your life. Seren Jones lays out 5 reasons why you should consider it.

 

PREVENTING SWIMMER SHOULDER INJURIES

By G. John Mullen

Rotator cuff strengthening is an important aspect of shoulder injury prevention. I’ve written about activating the posterior rotator cuff muscles, while not overemphasizing strengthening the rotator cuff muscles.

 

PURSLEY’S PEP TALKS

By Dennis Pursley

Pursley Pep Talks are a collection of coaching perspectives written by Alabama head swimming coach Dennis Pursley. This is the 27th installment of a series that will be rolled out throughout the coming months.

 

KATINKA HOSSZU, CONOR DWYER CLINCH ARENA PRO SWIM SERIES MONEY WINS

by Jason Marsteller

Conor Dwyer and Katinka Hosszu won the overall Arena Pro Swim Series points battles, securing $10,000 each for their consistent efforts this season.

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