SW Biweekly Magazine: Olympic Trial Goals, Missy Franklin, How College Swimming Changes Lives and More

Swimming World Biweekly Magazine is now available for readers to download for FREE to enjoy all the great stories from featured on SwimmingWorld.com over the past two weeks. Plus Special Insert Featuring the Aquatic Directory

FEATURES
005 AS TOP FEMALE COLLEGIATE ATHLETE MISSY FRANKLIN WINS 2015 HONDA CUP
Missy Franklin received the 2015 Honda Cup as the top female collegiate athlete in the country.

006    SWIMMERS SHINE AT 2015 TYR FRAN CRIPPEN MEMORIAL SWIM MEET OF CHAMPIONS
The 2015 TYR Fran Crippen Memorial Swim Meet of Champions, known in the swimming community as SMOC, was held June 25-28 at the Marguerite Aquatic Center in Mission Viejo.

010    JACK FABIAN RESIGNS FROM KEENE STATE TO TAKE OVER AS U.S. PARALYMPICS RESIDENT COACH
Jack Fabian, Ph.D, the head coach of the swimming and diving teams at Keene State College for the past nine years, has resigned to become a resident coach of the U.S. Paralympics Swimming.

012    HOW TO MAKE YOUR OLYMPIC TRIAL GOAL A REALITY
by Will Manion
As we move into July, the thought of Olympic Trials being only a year away fascinates the minds of coaches and swimmers around the country.

014    4 LESSONS MATT GREVERS TAUGHT ME ABOUT SWIMMING
by Annie Grevers
Much of what I learned in swimming were lessons from my coaches Greg Rhodenbaugh, Frank Busch, Rick DeMont and Augie Busch. But as years splashed on, another coach began making an impression. That hulking Matt Grevers.

016     HOW COLLEGE SWIMMING CHANGED MY LIFE
Swimming World talked to people from all walks of life to ask them how college swimming changed their lives.

  • 18 – General James Cartwright
  • pg. 21 – Coach Wes Newman
  • pg. 22 – Jill Kearns
  • pg. 23 – Vilmos Kovacs
  • pg. 24 – Bob Utley

026    TARA KIRK INDUCTED INTO STANFORD HALL OF FAME
Tara Kirk, a 2004 Olympian and ’04 Stanford graduate, has been inducted into the Stanford Athletics Hall of Fame along with Rick Schavone, the former Head Diving Coach of the Cardinal for more than 30 years

027    RENOVATION PLANS FOR MARGUERITE AQUATICS COMPLEX MOVING FORWARD
The plans to redesign the Marguerite Aquatics Complex in Mission Viejo, Calif., are moving forward again, thanks to a new approval by the City Council.

028    LOCHTE AMONG WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMERS RACING AT ATHENS SECTIONALS
By Jeff Commings
Ryan Lochte will be the headliner of this weekend’s sectional meet on the campus of the University of Georgia, getting in some final racing preparation before the world championships.

030   THE CASE FOR THE WOMEN’S 1500 IN THE OLYMPIC LINEUP
By Sarah Lloyd
A couple of weeks ago, one of my campers asked me if I thought Katie Ledecky would break the world record in the 1500 in Rio next year. “No,” I said, and as only young children can do, she cocked her head to one side, looking puzzled and asked “Why?” I then had to explain that in the Olympics, women only swim up to the 800.

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Taylor Brien is the Assistant Operations Manager and a staff writer at Swimming World. A native of Bettendorf, IA and a 2015 graduate of Illinois College, she has covered a variety of events since joining the SW team in 2015, including the NCAA Championships, World Championships, Olympic Trials, and 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

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