Swimming World Biweekly: We’ve Got The Meets

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Swimming World Biweekly: May 23, 2016 Issue

FEATURES
006 ARENA PRO SWIM SERIES – CHARLOTTE FULL FINALS RECAP
by Taylor Brien
The fifth stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series kicked off in Charlotte, N.C., May 12-15. We have the full recap.

014 2016 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: FINALS FULL RECAP
by Taylor Brien & Jason Marsteller
The full recap from the seven day meet in London.

026 KELSI WORRELL TURNS PRO AND SIGNS WITH TYR
by Brent Rutemiller
TYR Sport is proud to welcome American Record Holder Kelsi Worrell to its roster of sponsored swimmers.

027 FINA REJECTS ARKADY VYATCHANIN’S REQUEST TO SWIM FOR SERBIA AT 2016 RIO OLYMPICS
by Jason Marsteller
Arkady Vyatchanin, a two-time Olympic medalist for Russia, has been rejected by FINA after attempting to represent Serbia at the 2016 Rio Olympics according to the Associated Press.

028 WADA OUTLINES INVESTIGATION APPROACH REGARDING RECENT DOPING ALLEGATIONS
by Taylor Brien
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has announced their investigation approach regarding the recent allegations regarding the 2014 Sochi Olympics after CBS 60 Minutes and The New York Times published pieces last week regarding doping misconduct and an alleged state-run doping program that included dozens of Russian athletes, many of them medal winners.

030 ATLANTA SWIM CLASSIC: FULL FINALS RECAP
by Taylor Brien
The full recap from the 2016 Atlanta Swim Classic, including swims from Katie Ledecky, Ella Eastin, Joseph Schooling and Elizabeth Beisel.

040 COACHING PHILOSOPHY: WHY YOU DO WHAT YOU DO
by Wayne Goldsmith
Coaching Philosophy is at the very heart of everything a coach thinks, says, and does. It’s their core coaching framework—the set of values, behaviours and standards that a coach believes in: it’s why they do what they do. But—surprisingly few coaches can simply, easily and immediately explain their coaching philosophy.

044 USA STUNS AUSTRALIA TO WIN FINA INTERCONTINENTAL TOURNAMENT
by Cathleen Pruden
Luca Cupido scored a goal with two seconds left to lift the USA Men’s National Team to a gold medal at the FINA Men’s Intercontinental Tournament and a 10-9 win over Australia.

045 FALLING IN AND OUT OF LOVE WITH SWIMMING
by Brian Honicky, Swimming World College Intern
I sometimes wonder what it would take for me to want to quit swimming. What would have to happen for me to completely renounce the sport, to hang my cap and goggles up for good?

046 FINALLY GRASPING “THERE IS NO ‘I’ IN TEAM”
by Julia Cunningham, Swimming World College Intern
When did swimming become a sport? It certainly didn’t start that way. My earliest memories of swimming revolve around the people. I was so excited to have a mass play date every day after school for two hours, or, at that age it was probably closer to an hour. We’d stand behind our lane and try to push each other in without getting caught.

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