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In this issue of SW Biweekly, between Tokyo and the Florida Gators, read about how Anthony Nesty has been making a name for himself in the coaching arena. Also featured is the announcement that the University of Texas plans to pay athletes, other universities expected to follow suit; Speedo adds Kieran Smith to roster of sponsored college athletes; Simone Manuel and Ashleigh Johnson makes the Forbes 30 Under 30 List for 2022; Chris Brearton takes over as Chair of the Board of Directors for USA Swimming; Lydia Jacoby signs endorsement deal with Arena; Sarah Sjostrom proves again to be among the “World’s Greatest” after a dominant ISL season; Kelsi Dahlia uses her post-Trials reset to propel herself into an impressive ISL season; A look at swimming’s overlooked stars; How They Train with Elmbrook Swim Club’s Campbell Stoll; The 2021 Holiday Gift Guide; and more!


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FEATURES

008 TEXAS ANNOUNCES PLANS TO PAY ATHLETES; OTHER UNIVERSITIES EXPECTED TO FOLLOW
by David Rieder
In June, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in Alston v. NCAA that universities could provide financial benefits to athletes beyond the scope of scholarships. Now, schools—including the University of Texas—are taking advantage of that ruling.

010 SPEEDO ADDS KIERAN SMITH TO ROSTER OF SPONSORED COLLEGE ATHLETES
by Matthew De George
Speedo USA announced that it added Olympic bronze medalist Kieran Smith of the University of Florida to its list of sponsored athletes. Smith owns the American and NCAA records in the men’s 500 yard freestyle.

012 SIMONE MANUEL, ASHLEIGH JOHNSON MAKE FORBES 30 UNDER 30 FOR 2022
by Matthew De George
Forbes added Simone Manuel and Ashleigh Johnson to its list of young people it believes are changing the world.

013 CHRIS BREARTON TAKES OVER AS CHAIR OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF USA SWIMMING
USA Swimming announced that Chris Brearton has stepped into his role as chair of the USA Swimming Board of Directors after having served two years as the organization’s vice-chair/chair-elect.

014 OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST LYDIA JACOBY SIGNS NIL DEAL WITH ARENA
by Matthew De Goerge
Lydia Jacoby, the gold medalist in the women’s 100 breaststroke at the Tokyo Olympics, has signed an endorsement deal with arena. Next fall, the Seward High School (Alaska) senior will compete for the University of Texas women’s swimming team.

 016 SARAH SJOSTROM PROVES AGAIN TO BE IN “WORLD’S GREATEST” CONVERSATION AFTER DOMINANT ISL SEASON
by Dan D’Addona
After an elbow injury prevented Sarah Sjostrom to compete at full strength at the Tokyo Olympics, she showed how dominant she can be when healthy with her performance at the recent International Swimming League finals.

018 KELSI DAHLIA USED POST-TRIALS RESET TO PROPEL HERSELF TO IMPRESSIVE ISL SEASON
by David Rieder
After just missing qualifying for the U.S. Olympic team, Kelsi Dahlia returned to swimming with a more balanced program that has paid off in a big way during Dahlia’s ISL campaign.

020 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE

024 ANTHONY NESTY CONTINUING TO MAKE AN IMPACT AS EMERGING COACHING GREAT
by David Rieder
Anthony Nesty’s accomplishments as a swimmer in the late 1980s and ’90s made him a national icon. But decades after that, he is still making a huge impact on the sport from a different vantage point—as a coach.

028 THEY DESERVE BETTER: A LOOK AT SWIMMING’S OVERLOOKED STARS
by John Lohn
As we creep closer to signing off on this Olympic year, SW Biweekly offers a look at six athletes—all members of the International Swimming Hall of Fame—who hold a special place in history, even if they are not always at the forefront of the mind.

032 HOW THEY TRAIN CAMPBELL STOLL
by Michael J. Stott

034 HASTY HIGH POINTERS

035 PARTING SHOT

 

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