Swimming World Magazine Parting Shots in Review: 2019 – Sponsored by Swimfluence

Swimming World 2019 Parting Shots in Review

Swimming World Magazine’s 2019 Parting Shots Sponsored By
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It was another incredible year of photography for Swimming World Magazine Parting Shots in 2019.  We feature some of the best as our Parting Shots of each issue of our magazine.

Big names like Reece Whitley, Koti Ngawati, and members of the DC Triton graced the “Parting Shots” pages in the year of 2019.


Relive the 2019 Swimming World Parting Shots

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Swimming World Parting Shots in Review – 2019

January 2019

Swimming World Magazine - Parting Shot January 2019

January 2019 Issue

This advertisment for National Pool Equipment Co. was the first full-page ad to use color in the pages of Swimming World Magazine. The ad ran in April of 1961.
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February 2019

Swimming World Magazine - Parting Shot February 2019 Vicki Loock

February 2019 Issue

Vicki Loock, 13 year old from Ft. Worth, Texas, was the first diver featured on the cover of Swimming World Magazine in January 1962. Loock was the top young girl diver in the Texas area. She twice won the State Open TAAF (Texas Amateur Federation) title for girls under 15, and has remained undefeated in all Southwestern AAU and Jr. Olympic competition for four years. In 1960, her first year of eligibility for Women’s Open competition, she finished in a tie for first place in the Southwestern AAU Women’s 1 meter event.
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March 2019

Swimming World Magazine - Parting Shot March 2019 - Salmon Run - Spring Break at the Fort Lauderdale Casino Pool 1958

March 2019 Issue

SALMON RUN: College spring break training at Casino Pool in Fort Lauderdale (December 1958)
[PHOTO © 1959 THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY]
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April 2019

Swimming World Magazine - Parting Shot April 2019 Ben Franklin at the International Swimming Hall of Fame Museum

April 2019 Issue

Ben Franklin” met with the Fort Lauderdale Swimming and Diving Team last February to talk about how swimming and the sport’s inventions influenced him to learn more about science and the relationship of fluid dynamics to electricity.
[PHOTO BY INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING HALL OF FAME]
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May 2019

Swimming World Magazine - Parting Shot May 2019 Reece Whitley of Cal Golden Bears

May 2019 Issue

Reece Whitley of Cal points to the crowd prior to his swim at the 2019 Men’s DI NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships in Austin, Texas.
[PHOTO BY PETER H. BICK]
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June 2019

Swimming World Magazine - Parting Shot June 2019 - The Stanford Cardinals

June 2019 Issue

The Stanford Cardinals celebrate after winning the 2019 NCAA Women’s Water Polo Championship. Stanford beat rival USC by a score of 9-8 to win it’s seventh title.
[PHOTO BY CATHARYN HAYNE]
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July 2019

Swimming World Magazine - Parting Shot July 2019 - 2019 ISHOF Induction Ceremony - Dara Torres, Jason Lezak, Brent Rutemiller, Peter H. Bick, Stephanie Rice, Micki King, Bill Kent, Dr. Joseph MacGinnis

July 2019 Issue

The International Swimming Hall of Fame celebrated its 55th annual induction ceremony, May 17-19, at the Marriott Harbor Beach in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Pictured LtR is Master of Ceremonies Dara Torres, Jason Lezak, Bill Kent with Dr. Joseph MacGinnis, Peter H. Bick, Brent Rutemiller, and Micki King with Stephanie Rice.
[PHOTOS BY J.M. STREINER]
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August 2019

Swimming World Magazine - Parting Shot August 2019 Kristof Rasovszky

August 2019 Issue

Kristof Rasovszky of Hungary takes an unorthodox approach to entering the water prior to the start of the fourth leg of the 2019 FINA/CNSG Marathon World Series, held in Lake Balaton (HUN). In home waters, the Magyar star completed the 10K in 1 hour, 50 minutes, 12.7 seconds to win the event.
[Photo Courtesy: FINA – Twitter @fina1908]
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September 2019

Swimming World Magazine - Parting Shot September 2019 Madisyn Cox

September 2019 Issue

Madisyn Cox heads for home in prelims of the 100 breaststroke at the 2019 USA Swimming Nationals. Cox went on to finish 5th in the event with a time of 1:07.51.
[PHOTO BY CONNOR TRIMBLE]
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October 2019

Swimming World Magazine - Parting Shot October 2019 Swim Miami Mile

October 2019 Issue

A Swim Miami Mile took place on May 5 at the Miami Marine Stadium in Florida. The event was organized in conjunction with the three-day 2019 U.S. Open Water Swimming Championships running concurrently at the same venue. As the nearly 400 competitors began their races with the Miami skyline in sight, 10 Special Olympics athletes and their “Unified Partners” entered the water as one of the “waves” (similar to heats in pool races).

In Unified Sports, athletes participate in open water swims (usually a mile long) alongside a “partner.” Swimmers race side-by-side, and upon completion with medals wrapped around their necks, share their victories together.
According to Special Olympics, “Unified Sports was inspired by a simple principle: training together and playing together is a quick path to friendship and understanding for athletes with and without intellectual disabilities.”

Within this environment, the merging of athletes helps to create relationships and promote inclusion. – Molly Griswold
[PHOTO BY SPECIAL OLYMPICS BROWARD COUNTY]
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November 2019

Swimming World Magazine - Parting Shot November 2019 DC Trident pose before ISL

November 2019 Issue

Members of the DC Trident strike a pose prior to the start of the first ISL meet held in Indianapolis, Indiana on October 5-6, 2019.
[PHOTO BY PETER H. BICK]
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December 2019

Swimming World Magazine - Parting Shot December 2019 Koti Nagwati

December 2019 Issue

Koti Ngawati of Australia is all smiles after winning the 100 meter freestyle at the Hancock Prospecting Australian Short Course Championships, Oct. 24-26. Ngawati’s time of 53.45 just beat her Melbourne Vicentre teammate Elyse Woods, who clocked a time of 53.82.
[PHOTO BY DELLY CARR/SWIMMING AUSTRALIA]
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