Swimming World Magazine October 2010 Issue- PDF ONLY

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Swimming World Magazine October 2010 Issue

Inside this issue:

008 SERIOUSLY SWIFT SWIMMING by Jason Marsteller

This summer’s U.S. Nationals was a qualifying meet for the Pan Pacific Championships and World Championships, and American swimmers responded with some very fast times.

011 A WHOLE LOT OF SHAKING GOIN’ ON! by John Lohn

Michael Phelps may have rocked the world two years ago in Beijing, but it’s American teammate Ryan Lochte who is taking his turn as the world’s most dominant swimmer, capturing gold medals in all six of his events at the Pan Pacific Championships.

015 LOOKIN’ GOOD by Emily Sampl

U.S. divers are performing well at the halfway point between the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games.

DEPARTMENTS

030 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE

032 PREP SCHOOL LISTINGS

047 FOR THE RECORD

051 CALENDAR

054 PARTING SHOT

Inside this issue, SWIM 

018 THE POOL’S EDGE: Tips from the Top!  by Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen

If you have ever wondered what the fastest “older” swimmers in the world think about when they swim, this story is for you.

020 DRYSIDE TRAINING: Killer Swim Set–On Land by J.R. Rosania

022 WORKOUT CARD: Training with Crawfish Aquatics (Baton Rouge, La.) by Nan Fontenot

Inside this issue, Swimming Technique

024 Q&A WITH COACH DAVE ANDERSON, SCHROEDER YMCA by Michael J. Stott

027 HOW THEY TRAIN: Mitchell Friedemann by Michael J. Stott

028 USSSA: The Magical World of Swimming Lessons–the 5 Cities Swim School Way by Jeff Purchin

Inside this issue, Junior Swimmer

042 NATIONAL AGE GROUP RECOD SETTER: Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics 15-18 Girls 200 Meter Free Relay

043 AMERICAN RELAY by Judy Jacob

045 EXTRA MOTIVATION by Judy Jacob

The nation’s top 18-and-under swimmers at this year’s junior nationals were rewarded with a trip to Hawaii to represent the U.S. at the Junior Pan Pacific Championships.

046 YAHOO FOR WAHOOS! by Judy Jacob

The Wilton YMCA Wahoos captured the combined team title at the YMCA Nationals by a large margin, but the separate races for women and men were very close.

 

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