Swimming World Magazine: March Issue Packed With NCAA Content (Free Version Here)

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Swimming World Magazine: March Issue Packed With NCAA Content (Free Version Here)

The latest edition of Swimming World Magazine – with Arizona State star Leon Marchand on the cover – is out, and the NCAA-themed issue is full of tremendous content. In addition to providing breakdowns of the championship action which will unfold in Athens (women) and Indianapolis (men), there are numerous features for readers to enjoy. Included in the issue are features on North Carolina State standout Katharine Berkoff and Tennessee star Jordan Crooks. There is also a tribute to University of Texas coach Eddie Reese, who will be coaching his final NCAA Championships next week.

This March issue includes 91 pages of content, with addition pieces focused on the push toward the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris. European correspondent Liz Byrnes wrote a piece on Adam Peaty, the two-time defending Olympic gold medalist in the 100 breaststroke. There are also pieces focusing on Canadian and University standout Josh Liendo, diver Aranza Vazquez Montano and the United States women’s water polo team.

For the second consecutive month, USA Swimming’s Splash Magazine content can be found in Swimming World. The Splash section highlights Kate Douglass’ recent American record in the 200 breaststroke and provides interesting tidbits about a variety of U.S. swimmers.

Swimming World is also excited to feature a Junior Swimmer section, one which includes advice for parents from the folks of National Team athletes. The issue truly offers something for everyone!

Swimming World is so excited about this issue, it would like to offer a free look at the content that is contained in the March edition.

Click here for access!

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