SW Biweekly – The Top 30 Men’s and Women’s U.S. Swimmers – On Sale Now!

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In this issue of SW Biweekly, read about Swimming World’s top 15 men and top 15 women U.S. swimmers, in just ahead of U.S. World Championship Trials. Also featured is the return of the fourth “Duel In The Pool” between USA and Australia at the iconic Bondi Beach; USA Swimming announces multi-year partnership with Diversity In Aquatics, as well as the qualifying procedures for upcoming World Championships; An assessment of the U.S. Men’s status in six non-medal events from Tokyo; Shaine Casas makes strides toward a crucial comeback at Trials in Greenboro; U.S. Open to return to Greensboro in December, Winter Juniors to be in Greensboro and Austin; How will the men’s 400 IM look this summer?; Matt Sates to leave U of Georgia, return to train in South Africa; and the 2022 Swim Camp Directory!


SW Biweekly 4-21-22 - The Top 30 Men's and Women's U.S. Swimmers - COVER[On The Cover: Hali Flickinger | Photo by Peter H. Bick]

 

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MAY 2022 ISSUE FEATURES

008 USA VS. AUSTRALIA DUEL IN THE POOL RETURNS TO SYDNEY POOL OF DREAMS AND ICONIC BONDI BEACH
by Ian Hanson
Sydney’s “Pool Of Dreams” and one of the world’s iconic surfing beaches, Bondi, will see the return of the fourth Duel In The Pool between swimming’s superpowers, the USA and Australia, in August.

010 USA SWIMMING ANNOUNCES MULTI-YEAR PARTNERSHIP WITH DIVERSITY IN AQUATICS
by Matthew De George
USA Swimming is entering a muti-year partnership with Diversity in Aquatics. The partnership is a four-year grant commitment aimed at developing and funding initiatives of justice, access, equity and inclusion in aquatics.

012 ASSESSING THE U.S. MEN’S STATUS IN THE SIX NON-MEDAL EVENTS FROM TOKYO OLYMPICS
by David Rieder
At the Tokyo Olympics, the U.S. men captured 10 individual medals in swimming along with gold medals in the 400 freestyle and 400 medley relays. With the World Championship Trials coming up next week in Greensboro, N.C., how do the Americans stack up in the Tokyo events in which they didn’t medal?

016 SHAINE CASAS SURGING TOWARD CRUCIAL REBOUND TRIALS IN GREENSBORO
by David Rieder
For two years, Shaine Casas could do no wrong in the pool. He broke onto the national scene during the summer of 2019 when he captured national titles in both backstroke events, and he continued his surge through his sophomore and junior seasons of college swimming at Texas A&M. But at the cruel and unforgiving meet that is Olympic Trials, Casas just missed. He placed third in the 100 backstroke, and he fell to sixth in the 200 back.

018 U.S. OPEN TO RETURN TO GREENSBORO IN DECEMBER 2022; WINTER JUNIORS IN GREENSBORO AND AUSTIN
by David Rieder

019 USA SWIMMING ANNOUNCES QUALIFYING PROCEDURES FOR UPCOMING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
by Dan D’Addona

020 HOW WILL THE MEN’S 400 IM LOOK THIS SUMMER? SOMETHING MUCH FASTER THAN TOKYO IS SHAPING UP
by John Lohn
As we await the start of the USA Swimming International Team Trials and look ahead to June’s World Championships, expect an uptick in speed in the men’s 400-meter individual medley. Why? Already this season, despite a small sample size, there have been several impressive performances in an event known as the decathlon of the sport.

022 MATT SATES LEAVING UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, RETURNING TO TRAIN IN SOUTH AFRICA
by David Rieder
During his freshman season at the University of Georgia, Matt Sates posted a series of incredible performances, but that will be all for his time as a collegiate athlete. The NCAA champion in the 500-yard freestyle will be leaving Georgia and returning to his hometown of Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, where he will resume training under his longtime coach, Wayne Riddin.

024 AHEAD OF U.S. TRIALS, THE TOP-15 FEMALE SWIMMERS IN THE COUNTRY
by David Rieder
With the U.S. Trials for this summer’s World Championships coming up in less than two weeks, it is time to assess the best American female swimmers. We will rank the top-15 American female swimmers based on their abilities in the long course pool and their chances to win medals at the World Championships.

029 2022 SWIM CAMP DIRECTORY

033 AHEAD OF U.S. TRIALS, THE TOP-15 MALE SWIMMERS IN THE COUNTRY
by David Rieder
With the U.S. Trials for this summer’s World Championships coming up in less than two weeks, it is time to assess the best American female swimmers. We will rank the top-15 American male swimmers based on their abilities in the long course pool and their chances to win medals at the World Championships.

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