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Swimming World Magazine October 2017 Issue – Print Edition

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Swimming World Magazine October 2017 Issue

In this issue:

FEATURES

014 PREPARING FOR THE  NEXT LEVEL
by David Rieder
Today’s stars from the FINA World Junior Championships may become the stars of tomorrow at the 2019 World Champion­ships in Gwangju, South Korea and the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

017 GAINING EXPERIENCE AND HAVING FUN
by Andy Ross
Not only did the World University Games this summer offer excellent competition, but it also provided the athletes who competed in Taipei with invaluable lessons that could help themwith future success.

019 WANTED: FOUNDING MEMBERS OF THE PSA
by Annie Grevers
The Professional Swimmers Association (PSA), charted to kick off in 2018, is being spearheaded by the executive director of the American Swimming Coaches Associa­tion, John Leonard, and the president of the World Swimming Coaches Association, George Block.

026 NUTRITION: AROUND THE TABLE WITH HANNAH STEVENS
by Annie Grevers and Dawn Weatherwax
Hannah Stevens, a rising senior at the University of Missouri, won her first national title this summer and qualified for the World Championship team. She tells us what she feasted upon during Team USA’s training camp as she prepared for peak performance at her first international meet.

028 MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION
by Annie Grevers
There was a time when American superstar Caeleb Dressel didn’t like swimming. But after his seven-gold-medal performance at the Budapest World Championships, the American superstar admits he is obsessed with the sport and loves it more than ever.

COACHING

010 LESSONS WITH THE LEGENDS: STAN TINKHAM
by Michael J. Stott

013 BACK TO WORK
by Michael J. Stott
Mission Viejo’s Sarah Dawson, the 11-12 division director for the Nadadores, shares what she does to prepare her age groupers for the season ahead.

021 SPECIAL SETS: TRAINING FOR EXCELLENCE IN THE INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY (Part II)
by Michael J. Stott
This is the second of a two-part series on training for the individual medley. This month, North Baltimore Aquatic Club coach Paul Yetter provides some of his IM training secrets.

044 Q&A WITH COACH McGEE MOODY
by Michael J. Stott

045 HOW THEY TRAIN EMMA BARKSDALE
by Michael J. Stott

TRAINING

035 DRYSIDE TRAINING: THE IM STROKE SERIES—FREESTYLE
by J.R. Rosania

JUNIOR SWIMMER

032 GOLDMINDS: CHOOSE TO BE HAPPY!
by Wayne Goldsmith
Choose your swimming destiny by turning around negative thinking and dealing with things positively in everyday life.

047 UP & COMERS
by Taylor Brien

COLUMNS & SPECIAL SECTIONS

008 A VOICE FOR THE SPORT
023 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE
036 PREP SCHOOL DIRECTORY
048 GUTTER TALK
050 PARTING SHOT

ON THE COVER

Caeleb Dressel lit it up at the World Championships in Budapest. He ripped through two world records (mixed 4×100 meter medley and freestyle relays) and five American records (two in the 50 free, 21.29sf and 21.15; two in the 100 free, 47.26r and 47.17; and one in the 50 fly, 22.76sf)…and just missed Michael Phelps’ world record in the 100 fly by 4-hundredths of a second! He won seven gold medals, tying Phelps for the most golds captured in one World Championship meet. And three of those titles came on the same night—something no swimmer had ever done at either the World Championships or Olympics. (See feature, page 28.) [PHOTO BY SIPA USA]