SW Biweekly – Cody Miller Looks Ahead: His Career, Why He Swims, and the Future of the Sport (Available now!)

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In this issue of SW Biweekly, Olympic bronze medalist Cody Miller discusses the ups and downs of his career, why he swims, and the future of the sport. Check out our full finals recap of the 2019 TYR Pro Swim Series in Clovis, California, as well as the newly released USA Swimming schedule for the 2020 TYR Pro Swim Series. In other news, Lilly King wins her fourth Indiana University Athlete of the Year title, Swimming Australia Dolphins’ Head Coach Jacco Verhaeren to return to the Netherlands after Tokyo 2020, Mack Horton is to swim the 400 free despite not qualifying at Nationals, Emily Seebohm failed to qualify for World Champs for the first time since 2005, The International Swimming League’s Cali Condors to be led by Lilly King and Olivia Smoliga, while Katie Ledecky is to lead the D.C. Tridents. Lebron James launches a swim camp with Simone Manuel.  Willamette head coach Brent Summer redefines the taper to engage the brain as well as the body, and of course, much more news from the wide world of swimming!

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FEATURES

008 2019 TYR PRO SWIM SERIES CLOVIS – FULL FINALS RECAP
by Diana Pimer
Full event coverage of all four nights, June 12-15, from Clovis, Calif.

018 USA SWIMMING RELEASES SCHEDULE FOR 2020 TYR PRO SWIM SERIES
USA Swimming announced that swimmers from around the globe will be making five stops in the United States next year between November 2019 and May 2020 as part of the 2020 TYR Pro Swim Series.

019 DOLPHINS HEAD COACH JACCO VERHAEREN RETURNING TO EUROPE AFTER TOKYO 2020
Swimming Australia head coach Jacco Verhaeren will vacate his post after the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and will return to the Netherlands to pursue new opportunities there.

020 TROUBLE IN POLO PARADISE: FLORIDA GIRLS’ WATER POLO HAS REFEREE PROBLEMS
by Michael Randazzo
Video from the Florida Girls’ Water Polo Tournament shows that the officiating by the water polo referees affected the outcome of the championship game.

023 LILLY KING WINS FOURTH INDIANA UNIVERSITY ATHLETE OF THE YEAR TITLE
Indiana’s Lilly King is the first athlete in school history to be named IU Athlete of the Year on four occasions. In 2019, she completed her four-year sweep of both the 100 and 200 yard breaststrokes at the NCAA Championships, becoming the only woman in NCAA history to do so. King was also named Big Ten Swimmer of the Year three times and was tabbed the 2018-19 Honda Sports Award winner for swimming and diving.

024 MACK HORTON TO SWIM 400 FREE AT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS DESPITE NOT MAKING QUALIFYING STANDARD AT NATIONALS
by Andy Ross
Mack Horton’s second-place time in the 400 free at the Australian Nationals did not meet his country’s time standards to get to Worlds, but it was inside the FINA standard. Swimming Australia announced he will swim the 400 free at Gwangju.

025 EMILY SEEBOHM OUT OF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 2005
by Andy Ross
Emily Seebohm, who finished third in the 200 back and fourth in the 100 back at the Australian Swimming World Trials, failed to make Australia’s World Championship team for the first time since 2007 when she was 14 years old.

026 CODY MILLER REBOUNDS, REFLECTS AND LOOKS AHEAD
by David Rieder
Olympic bronze medalist Cody Miller discusses the ups and down of his career, the reasons why he swims and the future of the sport.

030 U.S. OLYMPIC COMMITTEE CHANGES NAME TO U.S. OLYMPIC & PARALYMPIC COMMITTEE

032 KATINKA HOSSZU, VLADIMIR MOROZOV LEAD TEAM IRON ROSTER FOR INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE
by Andy Ross

033 MICHAEL ANDREW, LIA NEAL AND JACOB PEBLEY AMONG THE STARS OF ISL’S NEW YORK BREAKERS
by David Rieder

034 ADAM PEATY, CATE CAMPBELL HIGHLIGHT INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE’S LONDON SQUAD
by Andy Ross

035 RYAN MURPHY, KATHLEEN BAKER HEADLINE ROSTER FOR ISL’S LOS ANGELES CURRENT
by David Rieder

036 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE’S CALI CONDORS LED BY LILLY KING, OLIVIA SMOLIGA
by Daniel D’Addona

037 KATIE LEDECKY TOPS A TALENTED D.C. TRIDENT TEAM FOR INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE
by Daniel D’Addona

038 REDEFINING TAPER TO ENGAGE BOTH THE BRAIN AND BODY
by Claire Alongi
Willamette head coach Brent Summer defines taper as “coming down in volume and intensity, and increasing rest.” He likes to call it, “peak performance phase,” which has to do with both the mental and physical aspects of swimming.

040 LEBRON JAMES LAUNCHES SWIM CAMP WITH HELP FROM SIMONE MANUEL
by James Sica
Basketball star LeBron James is helping teach children to swim, with some major help from Olympian Simone Manuel. The program is part of James’ “I Promise School” in Akron, Ohio, which recently hosted its first-ever week-long summer camp focused entirely on swimming.

041 PARTING SHOT