SW Biweekly: In Bloom(ington) – 2019 TYR Pro Swim Series Full Finals Recap – On Sale Now!

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In this issue of Swimming World Biweekly, check out our full finals recap of the 2019 TYR Pro Swim Series in Bloomington, Indiana. Also featured: Nathan Adrian returns to racing after recovering from cancer, a re-ranking of the 25 best Men’s Division 1 swimmers, and how yoga breathing can boost your swim performance. In other news from the wide world of swimming, Tom Daley and Grace Reid closed out the World Diving Series with gold in London, AnQuniece Wheeler selected to represent Team USA at the World Deaf Swim Championships, the city of Omaha will donate $750K to USA Swimming to help cover costs for the 2020 Olympic Swim Trials, Matt Crispino announced as head coach of swimming and diving at Princeton, as well as Mark Gangloff announced as head coach of swimming and diving at North Carolina, and the story of Paralympic swimmer McClain Hermes, the youngest member of Team USA to compete at the 2016 Paralympic Games whose new goal is 2020 medal glory.


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FEATURES

008 NATHAN ADRIAN READY FOR RACING RETURN AFTER TESTICULAR CANCER BATTLE
by David Rieder
In an interview with Swimming World Magazine, three-time Olympian Nathan Adrian talks about what his life has been like since undergoing surgery for testicular cancer in December as well as his decision to return to competitive swimming for the first time since Winter Nationals at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Bloomington, Ind., May 16-19.

012 2019 TYR PRO SWIM SERIES BLOOMINGTON – FULL FINALS RECAP
by Taylor Covington
Full event coverage of all four nights, May 16-19, from Bloomington, Ind.

020 TOM DALEY AND GRACE REID CLOSE WORLD DIVING SERIES WITH GOLD IN LONDON

022 DETROIT SWIMMER QUALIFIES FOR WORLD DEAF SWIM CHAMPIONSHIPS
by Sarah Berman
AnQuniece Wheeler has been selected to represent Team USA this sumer at the World Deaf Swim Championships, but needs help raising $5,500 to make her dreams come true. The 19-year-old hopes to become the first black female athlete to swim on a deaf national swim team.

023 2020 OLYMPIC SWIMMING TRIALS WILL GET $750K FROM CITY OF OMAHA
by Daniel D’Addona
The City of Omaha has pledged $750,000 in taxpayer money to cover some of USA Swimming’s more than $3 million in costs to host the 2020 US. Olympic Swimming Trials. The money was needed to keep the trials in Omaha after sponsor Mutual of Omaha scaled back its support.

024 MATT CRISPINO HIRED AS PRINCETON HEAD MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING COACH
Matt Crispino, who built William & Mary swimming and diving into a Colonial Athletic Association powerhouse, has been hired as the head men’s swimming and diving coach at Princeton University. He replaces Rob Orr, who retired after 40 years with the Tigers.

026 MARK GANGLOFF HIRED AS NORTH CAROLINA SWIMMING AND DIVING HEAD COACH
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Mark Gangloff has been named the new head coach for the men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs at the University of North Carolina. Gangloff comes to UNC after seven years at the University of Missouri, where he served as the Tigers’ associate head coach for the last two seasons.

028 HOW YOGA BREATHING CAN BOOST RACE PERFORMANCE
by Madilyn Sindelar
When thinking of yoga, the physical improvements usually come to mind. But the breath is the key to unlocking yoga’s true power, which allows for proper meditation and focus that the body and mind need before a race.

030 FINDING FREEDOM: THE STORY OF PARALYMPIC SWIMMER McCLAIN HERMES
by Molly Griswold
McClain Hermes, who is vision-impaired, set a goal when she was 4 years old of going to the Olympics and winning an Olympic medal. At 15, she became the youngest member of Team USA to compete at the 2016 Paralympic Games. Now at 19 in 2020, she hopes to win a Paralympic medal.

034 RE-RANKING THE BEST NCAA MEN’S SWIMMERS IN DIVISION I FROM 1-25
by Andy Ross
Swimming World reveals the best NCAA men’s swimmers from the 2018-19 college season and compares the list with its pre-season rankings.

040 IN A SEASON OF CHANGE, ONE CONSTANT REMAINS: STANFORD WOMEN’S WATER POLO ARE AGAIN NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
by Michael Randazzo
In a rematch of last year’s NCAA finals, America’s two most accomplished women’s teams battled again to the very end at this year’s women’s NCAA Water Polo Championships, with #2 Stanford turning the tables and earning its seventh NCAA title in a 9-8 victory over #1 USC.

043 PARTING SHOT