SW Biweekly: Vindication – Madisyn Cox Returns to Swimming – Available Now

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In this issue of Swimming World Biweekly read about Madisyn Cox’s return to swimming after doping suspension reduced, a full recap of 2018 Junior Pan Pacific Championships, details about The International Swimming Hall of Fame’s renewed contract with the city of Fort Lauderdale, FL, and take a look at our 2018 Men’s Water Polo Previews.


Biweekly Cover 9-7-18

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010 SWIMMING HALL OF FAME REMAINS IN FORT LAUDERDALE, SIGNS 30-YEAR LEASE
by Andy Ross
Fresh off the heels of a $27 million renovation project to the Fort Lauderdale Aquatic Complex, the International Swimming Hall of Fame signed a 30-year lease to remain in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

011 OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST FEDERICA PELLEGRINI CONSIDERING RETIREMENT
by James Sica

012 SARAH SJOSTROM, MICHAEL ANDREW CONFIRM ATTENDANCE AT FINA WORLD CUP AT KAZAN
Shortly before the inaugural leg, Sept. 7-9, at Kazan of the FINA Swimming World Cup 2018, many swimming legends have expressed interest in attending, including last year’s overall Series winners Sarah Sjostrom and Chad le Clos as well as previous Series winner Katinka Hosszu. The U.S. delegation will be led by short course world champion Michael Andrew.

014 2018 JUNIOR PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS— FULL FINALS RECAP
by Dan D’Addona
Full event-by-event coverage of all four nights, Aug. 23-26, in Fiji.

020 ‘CONFUSION, ANGER AND SADNESS’: MADISYN COX OPENS UP AFTER EMOTIONAL ANTI-DOPING SAGA
by David Rieder
Ever since Madisyn Cox tested positive for the banned substance, trimetazidine, last March, she’s been on an emotional roller coaster. Her initial two-year suspension by FINA was reduced to six months in early September by the Court of Arbitration for Sport after new evidence was presented. With her suspension reduced and now complete, Cox again has command over her own swimming destiny—all she ever wanted.

022 2018 MEN’S WATER POLO PREVIEWS
by Michael Randazzo
Swimming World previews the six conferences that will send teams to the 2018 NCAA Men’s Water Polo Tournament, Nov. 29-Dec. 2, at Stanford’s Avery Aquatic Center.

022 MID-ATLANTIC WATER POLO CONFERENCE EAST
Best Bet: Wagner Seahawks

025 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
Best Bet: Pomona-Pitzer

028 MOUNTAIN PACIFIC SPORTS FEDERATION
Best Bet: USC

031 NORTHEAST WATER POLO CONFERENCE
Best Bet: Harvard

034 GOLDEN COAST CONFERENCE
Best Bet: Pacific

037 WESTERN WATER POLO ASSOCIATION
Best Bet: UC Davis

042 PARTING SHOT

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