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Swimming World Biweekly: The Interns’ Turn

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Swimming World Biweekly: The Interns’ Turn

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008 SWIMMING AWAY FROM AN EATING DISORDER
by Cassidy Lavigne
I never questioned when my coaches said “recovery” at swim. I was grateful for it. But when I needed to go into recovery for my eating disorder, I dug my heels in the ground…

009 SWIMMING WITH A BROKEN BACK
by Cassidy Lavigne
At the pull of the erg during a varsity rowing practice, Hanna Rossen, now 21, felt her back snap, sending her body into shock as she sat still hyperventilating…

010 HOW THE PENNSYLVANIA SWIMMING COMMUNITY FACES TRAGEDY
by Katie Wingert
For several Pennsylvania swimming teams, tragedy does not have the final word–camaraderie does…

012 5 REASONS SUMMER AGE GROUP SWIMMING MATTERS
by Katie Wingert
The talons of USA, high school, and college swimming have entrapped many. But there’s nothing quite like traditional summer age group swimming…

013 SWIMMING VS. RUNNING: A BREAKDOWN
by Joe Buchanan
There is a certain camaraderie between swimmers and runners. It’s indescribable, but the two cardio-intensive sports often are paired. Many swimmers try to cross-train into running and vice-versa…

014 KIM BIERWERT TALKS COACHING AFTER 40 YEARS WITH SMITH COLLEGE
by Abby Bergman
From helping kids find a love for the water to training swimmers to cross the English Channel…from chairing the NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Committee to producing national champions, Coach Kim Bierwert has had an incredible career…

016 REBECCA NEVITT PLANS ENGLISH CHANNEL CROSS FOR 50TH BIRTHDAY
by Abby Bergman
If you head down to the beach in Santa Monica, California on any Sunday morning, you are likely to find Rebecca Nevitt training for her next cold-water marathon swim…

017 COLLEGE SWIMMING IN THE EYES OF AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT-ATHLETE
by Jinq En Phee
A number of foreign swimmers are making an impact on the NCAA swimming scene. According to scholarshipstats.com…

018 Q AND A WITH WELSON SIM, SOUTHEAST ASIA’S RISING STAR
by Jinq En Phee
Welson Sim. Many in the swimming world have not heard this name, but soon they will. He’s just starting to make his way into the world class competitive swimming scene…

020 10 REASONS TO MARRY A SWIMMER
by Ailish Dougherty
With both Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte, two of the biggest names in swimming, tying the knot and popping the question in hte last year, it makes you wonder what it must be like to marry such an elite athlete…

021 I’M AN EXCEPTION TO THE IDEAL SWIMMER BODY – WHAT CAN I DO?
by Ailish Dougherty
We all know the requirements for the “ideal” swimmer’s body – tall, long arms, long torso, long and wide feet and hands, broad shoulders, huge lats, strong core. But what if you don’t measure up?

022 A SHIFT IN DOMINANCE IN THE MEN’S 400 FREESTYLE RELAY
by Kevin Gill
Although the United States has a great history in coming out on top, the modern age of swimming has seen a growing challenge from the rest of the world. This heightened competitiveness is best illustrated in the 400 free relay…

024 THE DEVELOPMENT OF AMERICAN SWIMMERS: A RECIPE FOR SUCCESS
by Kevin Gill
For this year’s FINA World Championships, the United States will be represented by some new faces who are taking advantage of several big name retirements…

025 CYRNIC THE COMEBACK KID: FROM BLOOD CLOT TO MOST IMPROVED
by Katie Lafferty
What do you do when you receive a season ending diagnosis? You come back stronger the following season and show the world that nothing can get in your way…

027 ANNUAL AQUATIC DIRECTORY

038 WHAT’S IN STORE FOR CAELEB DRESSEL?
by Dylan Evangelista
Caeleb Dressel has been a man on a mission thus far in 2017. Between smashing American records at this year’s NCAA championships and posting the No. 1-ranked 100 fly in the world during U.S. National Championships…

040 REASONS TO LOVE BEING A DISTANCE SWIMMER IN THE KATIE LEDECKY ERA
by Norah Hunt
“Oh, so are you as fast as Katie Ledecky?” This question always makes me laugh and shake my head a little, because no, I am nowhere near as fast as the mighty Ledecky…

041 THE UNITED STATES IS NOT ALL THAT GREAT AT THE 200 BUTTERFLY
by Jason Tillotson
Ok. Before all the crazed Michael Phelps and Misty Hyman fans pick up their torches and pitchforks, let me explain…

042 THE BUTTERFLY: A COMPLEX HISTORY FOR A COMPLEX STROKE
by Joe Buchanan
The butterfly stroke is a test of endurance, fortitude, and shoulder strength. Often regarded as the most complex stroke to learn, it has become a staple of swim meets and punishing practices…

043 3 WAYS TO PREVENT SWIMMER’S SHOULDER
by Shunichi Fujishima
Research done by the North American Journal of Sports Physical Therapy suggests that one third of ocmpetitive swimmers experience what is known as Swimmer’s Shoulder…

044 ERIN EARLY, RISING TO POTENTIAL
by Bryan Gu
She’s singing off-key and at the top of her lungs to whatever vapid pop song is on the radio, smiling despite that set her coach writes on the board…

046 FOR THE LOVE OF THE SPORT – PASSION VERSUS POLITICS
Commentary by Maddie Strasen
Almost everything we do in life is based on our language. We can either wake up, tell ourselves we’re going to have a good day…

048 HOW WOMEN’S SWIMMING PAVED THE WAY FOR EQUALITY
by Erin Keaveny
Today, swimmers like Katie Ledecky, Natalie Coughlin and Missy Franklin are renowned for their accomplishments as athletes…

050 SWIMMING INJURIES: BEYOND THE PHYSICAL IMPACT
by Ashley Illenye
Being a student-athlete on any level is very demanding, especially as a swimmer. With three-day meets, 5 a.m. practices…