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Swimming World Magazine November 2016 Issue – Print Edition

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Swimming World Magazine November 2016 Issue

In this issue:

FEATURES

WADA
013 THE FUTURE OF WADA: NEVER BITE THE HAND THAT FEEDS YOU
by Chuck Warner
This adage seems to be a good theme to keep in mind while trying to resolve the tangled web of keeping swimming drug-free.

139 VAN ROUWENDAAL Sharon NED 10 Km Gold Medal Open Water 32nd LEN European Championships Swimming, Diving, Synchro, Open Water Berlin, Germany 2014 Aug.13 th - Aug. 24 th Day01 - Aug. 13 Photo A.Staccioli/Deepbluemedia/Insidefoto
016 2016 OPEN WATER SWIMMERS OF THE YEAR
by Annie Grevers
Sharon van Rouwendaal and Ferry Weertman of the Netherlands were named Swimming World’s 2016 Female and Male Open Water Swimmers of the Year.

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019 MEMORABLE OPEN WATER HIGHLIGHTS OF 2016
by David Rieder

Photo Courtesy: Steve Munatones / The Daily News of Open Water Swimming
022 A PICTURE-PERFECT START AND A PHOTO FINISH
by Rob Davis
It was a perfect day for the RCP Tiburon Mile in the San Francisco Bay, with the race ending in a photo finish to determine the women’s champion.

Sep 6, 2012; London, United Kingdom; Jessica Long (USA) collects her gold medal for the women's 100m freestyle S8 final during the London 2012 Paralympic Games at Aquatics Centre. Mandatory Credit: Paul Cunningham-USA TODAY Sports
029 SUCCESS IN THE FACE OF ADVERSITY
by Annie Grevers and David Rieder
Jessica Long and Brad Snyder share their inspiring stories about the challenges they’ve had to overcome in becoming successful Paralympians.

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034 NUTRITION: AROUND THE TABLE WITH KATIE MEILI
by Annie Grevers and Tasija Korosas

COACHING
010 LESSONS WITH THE LEGENDS: DAVE ROBERTSON
by Michael J. Stott

014 SWIMMING TECHNIQUE MISCONCEPTIONS: NATURAL TALENT
by Rod Havriluk
A common misconception is that some individuals excel because of natural talent. Rather, exceptional performance is the result of practice.

036 BACKSTROKE BASICS
by Michael J. Stott
Three well-known American backstrokers (past and present)—Rachel Bootsma, Nick Thoman and Aaron Peirsol—share their thoughts on how to swim the 100 and 200 back.

038 SPECIAL SETS: GETTING READY FOR THOSE BIG DECEMBER MEETS
by Michael J. Stott
This month’s “Special Sets” feature profiles two 16-year-old girls—Cassidy Bayer and Ruby Martin.

043 Q&A WITH COACH TODD MARSH
by Michael J. Stott

044 HOW THEY TRAIN ABBEY ERWIN & THOMAS ROARK
by Michael J. Stott

TRAINING
033 DRYSIDE TRAINING: MULTI-MOVEMENT FUNCTIONAL STRENGTH
by J.R. Rosania

JUNIOR SWIMMER
040 GOLDMINDS: SPEED IS EVERYTHING!
by Wayne Goldsmith
Here are the 10 “B.E.S.T.” scorching, super-speed development sets for every swimmer!

046 UP & COMERS
by Taylor Brien

COLUMNS & SPECIAL SECTIONS
008 A VOICE FOR THE SPORT
024 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE
047 GUTTER TALK
048 PARTING SHOT

ON THE COVER

Open water swimmers enter the water for the start of the women’s 10K marathon swim in the Rio Olympics at Fort Copacabana. The Netherlands’ Sharon van Rouwendaal captured the gold medal and was named Swimming World Magazine’s 2016 Female Open Water Swimmer of the Year. A Dutch swimmer was also named the male SOY—Ferry Weertman—who along with van Rouwendaal, became the first swimmers from the same country to sweep Olympic gold medals in Olympic swimming’s longest race. (See feature, page 16, plus other open water-related stories on pages 19, 22, 46 and 48.)

[PHOTO BY JACK GRUBER-USA TODAY SPORTS]