Swimming World Magazine July 2012 Issue- PDF ONLY

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Swimming World Magazine July 2012 Issue

In this issue:

8 Fast Track to Success by John Lohn
Hailing from a country that has produced greatness with the likes of Inge de Bruijn and Pieter van den Hoogenband, sprinter Ranomi Kromowidjojo has rapidly developed into a global force behind a lethal combination of raw talent, hard work and desire.

10 Lane Lines to London sponsored by Competitor by Shoshanna Rutemiller
This month’s Olympic feature spotlights the London Aquatic Centre.

12 2012 Olympic Preview: Synchronized Swimming by Emily Sampl
Russia has dominated synchronized swimming in recent years and is expected to do the same this summer at the London Olympics.

14 Olympic Flashback: 2000-08 by Jeff Commings with special contributions by Steve Johnson

16 Olympic Analysis: Timing Is Everything… by Jeff Commings
…Or is it? Does the timing of Olympic Trials have an affect on swimmers’ performances at the Olympics?

19 Curl Burke: The Gold Standard by Michael J. Stott
Where does a team go after having been proclaimed the gold standard—and then repeatedly backing it up at local, regional, national and international levels? Well, they keep going forward!

23 Pool’s Edge: The Secret by Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen
There is a smarter way to swim fast times without “swimming” faster at all!

24 Lane Leaders: Noriko Inada by Emily Sampl

26 Q&A with Coach Bruce Patmos by Michael J. Stott

28 How They Train: Margo Geer by Michael J. Stott

29 Sleep for Success by Michael J. Stott
Winning requires sleep management, which has to be planned and not left to chance.

31 USSSA: “New Swimmer” Evaluations the Nitro Way
by Mike Koleber

33 National Age Group Record Setter by Judy Jacob

34 American Relay by Judy Jacob

35 TYR Age Group Swimmer of the Month
DEPARTMENTS

6 A Voice for the Sport

36 Lane 9/Gutter Talk

37 For the Record

43 Calendar

46 Parting Shot

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