Swimming World Magazine May 2010 Issue
Inside this issue:
008 OH, SO CLOSE! by Jason Marsteller
Stanford and Georgia were the pre-meet favorites to win this year’s women’s NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships, but Florida had other ideas and captured its second-ever team title by a mere two-and-a-half points.
012 NO. 10 IN ’10 by John Lohn
The University of Texas had won its ninth men’s team trophy back in 2002, and after several close finishes, the Longhorns finally achieved their historic double-digit crown, moving them within one championship for the most all-time in men’s NCAA Division I action.
017 BUCKEYE BLISS by Emily Sampl
The Ohio State University Buckeyes captured their second straight and 26th team title overall at the U.S. Collegiate Synchronized Swimming Chamionships.
006 A VOICE FOR THE SPORT
043 FOR THE RECORD
054 PARTING SHOT
Inside this issue, SWIM
019 THE POOL’S EDGE: ARE YOU SELF-AWARE? by Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen
Self-awareness is a process of seeing, comparing, feeling differences and then coming to a new understanding.
020 DRYSIDE TRAINING: Exercises for Better Backstroke by J.R. Rosania
022 WORKOUT CARD: Training with Gator Swim Club Masters by Nancy Hennessy
Inside this issue, Swimming World Technique
024 Q&A WITH COACH DAN FLACK, THE BAYLOR SCHOOL by Michael J. Stott
027 HOW THEY TRAIN: Spencer Rowe by Michael J. Stott
028 SO YOU WANT TO WIN A CHAMPIONSHIP? by Michael J. Stott
Inside this issue, Junior Swimmer
030 NATIONAL AGE GROUP RECORD SETTERS: Eagle Swimming Association (Texas) 11-12 Boys 200 Yard Freestyle Relay
031 AMERICAN RELAY by Judy Jacob
032 SPEEDO CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES SECTIONALS by Judy Jacob
036 HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: More Records Take a Tumble by Sarah Eckersley
038 SUPERNOVA II by Jason Marsteller
Led by seven-gold-medal winner Rachel Naurath, Nova of Virginia repeated as combined team champions and won its third straight women’s title at the NCSA Junior Nationals.
040 GOLDMINDS: The “W” Word by Wayne Goldsmith
The word is “winning,” and it’s time to start thinking, talking and doing the things necessary to prepare yourself for that ultimate achievement.