Swimming World Magazine April 2010 Issue- PDF ONLY

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Swimming World Magazine April 2010 Issue

Inside this issue:

008 STILL GOING STRONG by John Lohn

Although Aaron Peirsol has etched a legacy that can be considered among the greatest in swimming’s history, the man who many consider to be the best backstroker the world has ever seen is still finding ways to become even better.

010 THE TOP 5 MOST AMAZING MEN’S COLLEGIATE PERFORMANCES IN THE LAST DECADE by Jeff Commings

Last month, Swimming World Magazine brought you the five best moments of the past decade from the women’s NCAA Division 1 Swimming and Diving Championships. This month, the focus is on the men.

013 A GOOD MIX by Emily Sampl

Youngsters and veterans alike dove well at the USA Diving winter nationals, as the United States selected its 2010 FINA World Cup team.

 

Inside this isuse, SWIM

016 THE POOL’S EDGE: TRAVEL SMART by Karlyn Pipes-Nielsen

As your major competition looms in the future, here are a few tips that may help you travel smarter and better prepare for the meet.

018 TOP 12 WORLD MASTERS OF 2009 by Emily Sampl and Jason Marsteller

024 LANE LEADERS: KEIKO PRICE BY eMILY sAMPL

 

Inside this issue, Swimming Technique

025 Q&A WITH COACH KATE LUNDSTEN, AQUAJETS by michael J. Stott

027 HOW THEY TRAIN: RACHEL BOOTSMA by Michael J. Stott

028 THE SCIENCE OF PERFORMANCE: FUNDAMENTALS OF STRETCHING by G. John Mullen

030 USSSA: LEARNING TO HAVE FUN! by Margee Charron

032 GETTING IT RIGHT by Michael J. Stott

Getting a taper right involves sufficient training base, coach experience, an understanding of general and specific individual physiology, recognition of athlete needs, plenty of rest and two-way communication.

 

Inside this issue, Junior Swimmer

035 NATIONAL AGE GROUP RECORD SETTER: Michael Andrew, Aberdeen Aquatics

036 AMERICAN RELAY by Judy Jacob

037 TYR AGE GROUP SWIMMER OF THE MONTH: Kathleen Baker, STAR Aquatics

038 GOLDMINDS: THE FUTURE OF SWIMMING IS A MESS! by Wayne Goldsmith and Helen Morris

Multi-even stroke swimmers (MESS) have more options, more choices, more strokes and more fun!

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