Swimming World Magazine November 2015 Issue- PDF ONLY

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Swimming World Magazine November 2015 Issue

In this issue:

FEATURES

016 TOP 9 OLYMPIC UPSETS: #9 IRON MIKE

by Chuck Warner

Beginning with this issue and running through July 2016—a month before the start of the Olympic swimming events in Rio on Aug.  6—Swimming World Magazine will bring you its top 9 upsets in the individual events in Olympic history—in particular, in the last 50 years.

018 2015 OPEN WATER SWIMMERS OF THE YEAR

by Steven Munatones

With impressive performances in the 10K marathon swim this past summer at theFINA World Championships in Kazan, 2015 Open Water Swimmers of the Year Aurélie Muller and Jordan Wilimovsky now have their sights sets on Rio.

021 MEMORABLE OPEN WATER MOMENTS OF 2015

by Jeff Commings

Swimming World presents this year’s five biggest open water stories.

023 AT RISK IN RIO?

by Annie Grevers

With less than a year away from the 2016 Olympics, there is still concern for the safety of athletes who will be competing in the  waters off the coast of Rio de Janeiro.

026 THE ULTIMATE COMPETITOR

by Annie Grevers

A successful pool swimmer, American Haley Anderson has also become one of the world’s most decorated and most consistent  open water athletes. Since winning an Olympic 10K silver medal in 2012, she took the world title in the 5K in 2013 and struck gold in the 10K at Pan-Pacs in 2014. This past summer, she reclaimed gold in the 5K at Worlds and also qualified as the first female member of the 2016 U.S. Olympic team.

030 RCP TIBURON MILE

by Steven Munatones

With the ebb tide the strongest it’s been in the history of the race, Jordan Wilimovsky and Ashley Twichell successfully battled the conditions to win the RCP Tiburon Mile.

COACHING

010 LESSONS WITH THE LEGENDS: JIM MONTRELLA

by Michael J. Stott

012 SWIMMING TECHNIQUE MISCONCEPTIONS: ARM COORDINATION (Part I of II)

by Rod Havriluk

In the first of a two-part series, Dr. Havriluk explains how the typical arm coordination (based on conventional wisdom) limits velocity and how a unique arm coordination can result in much faster swimming.

038 STREAMLINES & BREAKOUTS: A PREREQUISITE FOR SPEED

by Michael J. Stott

042 Q&A WITH COACH ADAM CROSSEN

by Michael J. Stott

043 HOW THEY TRAIN OWEN KAO

by Michael J. Stott

TRAINING

045 DRYSIDE TRAINING: ON-LAND SWIM STROKE MOVEMENTS—BUTTERFLY

by J.R. Rosania

JUNIOR SWIMMER

014 GOLDMINDS: THE LANGUAGE OF THE LANES

by Wayne Goldsmith

048 UP & COMERS

COLUMNS & SPECIAL SECTIONS

008 A VOICE FOR THE SPORT

032 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE

046 GUTTER TALK

049 PARTING SHOT

ON THE COVER

During the 2015 summer season, there was no one as technically perfect and strategically savvy as the USA’s Jordan Wilimovsky, who was named Swimming World Magazine’s Male Open Water Swimmer of the Year. The 21-year-old handily beat deeply talented fields in the 10K marathon swims at both the USA Swimming national champions and at the FINA World Championships. Then in September, he added the RCP Tiburon Mile title to his list of accomplishments. (See stories, pages 18, 21 and 30.) [PHOTO BY ELLIOT KARLAN]

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