SwimmingWorldMagazine.com Weekly Channel Recap: March 3, 2007

PHOENIX, Arizona, March 3. ONE of the most controversial news items of the week came out of the college ranks as a newly-enforced "no open lane" rule in the NCAA rule book was ignored at the ACC and Big 12 Championships. This led to a hasty, but reasonable, decision by the NCAA to allow those times in violation of the rule to be allowed into the NCAA selection process after the original field was selected. Potential financial penalties for both the ACC and Big 12 will be decided at the women's NCAA Division I Championships.

In other news, senior writer John Lohn checked in with a premium weekend review item, while managing editor Jason Marsteller kept a close eye on zone diving qualifying at the Division I level.

Meanwhile, Georgia's Kara Lynn Joyce and Auburn's David Marsh checked in with publisher Brent Rutemiller on Swimming World Radio, while New Jersey Masters swimmer Laura Smith concluded her Day in the Life run.

Additionally, Newsmaster intern Brian Savard kept busy with even more high school state championship recaps rolled out on a daily basis.

In web site/Hy-Tek news, SwimmingWorldMagazine.com also announced an exciting new free product where the web site will host real time results for any meets that wish to partake in the Hy-Tek upload process.

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The Weekend in Review — February 26, 2007 by John Lohn

Swimming World Radio
Swimming World Radio Talks With Swimming World Magazine's College Swimmer of the Week Kara Lynn Joyce — February 27, 2007
Swimming World Radio Speaks with Auburn Head Coach David Marsh about Swimming World Magazine's College Swimmer of the Week Cesar Cielo — February 26, 2007

A Day in the Life
Laura Smith, Day 7 — February 26, 2007
Laura Smith, Day 6 — February 25, 2007

Swimming World Rewind
February 1997 Issue — February 25, 2007 by Jason Marsteller

This Week in Hy-Tek
Last Week in Meet Results Uploaded to the Hy-Tek Database: February 26 — February 26, 2007

World Channel
Meolans Opts to Bypass World Championships — March 3, 2007
Japan Short Course Open Features Several National Records — March 3, 2007 by Hideki Mochizuki
Phelps, Long, Dumais Selected As Finalists for AAU's Sullivan Award — March 2, 2007
China Sets Squad for Melbourne — March 1, 2007
Readers React Strongly To Shirley Babashoff's Comments About East Germany's 1976 Systematic Doping of Olympians — March 1, 2007
Hynd Sets Paralympic Record in 400 I.M. — March 1, 2007
Industry News: See Worthy Inc., Introduces WaterOptics — March 1, 2007
Bogarin Doubles With 10K Win at South American Junior Championships — February 28, 2007
PRIDE Tells a Familiar Story With a Different Sport — February 28, 2007 by Sam Davis, Kickboard News
Henry Bouncing Back from Illness — February 27, 2007
Israel Announces World Championship Roster — February 27, 2007 by Dr. Buky Chass
Two French Records Go Down in Lyon — February 27, 2007
ISHOF Releases Black Splash: A History of African American Swimming — February 26, 2007
Manaudou Wins 400 Free at French Cup — February 25, 2007
UBC Sweeps Canadian Interuniversity Championships for 10th Straight Year — February 24, 2007

Masters Channel
San Diego Masters Swimmer Bill Muter Passes Away — March 1, 2007
Torres Blazes to a Pair of Masters Records — February 26, 2007

Club Channel
Margalis Sets American Record in 1,000 Freestyle — March 1, 2007
Beck Shines at College Station Speedo Southern Sectional — February 26, 2007

High School Channel
No State Experience Required: Freshmen Headline Event Winners at Texas 4A State High School Championships — March 3, 2007 by Brian Savard
Host New Trier Earns Illinois State High School Crown — March 2, 2007 by Brian Savard
Beck Sets National I.M. Standard; Breaststrokers Tie For First in Texas 5A State High School Championships — March 1, 2007 by Brian Savard
Scroggy, Henderson-Kunz Better Competition in Oregon 6A State High School Championships — February 28, 2007 by Brian Savard
Storie Narrowly Misses Mark in the Oregon 5A State High School Meet — February 27, 2007 by Brian Savard
Freshmen Make Impact on Oregon 1-4A State Meet — February 26, 2007 by Brian Savard
Royal Treatment: Hamilton Southeastern Wins Indiana Boys High School Swimming Title — February 25, 2007 by Owen V. Johnson
Peddie Sweeps Team Titles at Easterns — February 25, 2007 by John Lohn

College Channel
Cal Baptist Holds Onto Leads at NAIA Championships; Tichy Breaks 100 Fly Record — March 2, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Three NAIA Records Fall in Second Day of NAIA Championships; Cal Baptist Leads — March 2, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Zone Diving Roundup Central — March 2, 2007
NCAA Announces Men's Division III Selections — March 1, 2007
NCAA Announces Women's Division I Selections — March 1, 2007
Lindenwood Men, Asbury, California Baptist Women Lead After Day One of NAIA Championships — February 28, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Oregon Wins ASA U. Western Regional — February 27, 2007
NCAA Rules on Open-Lane Controversy/Violations — February 26, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Stanford Claims Men's and Women's CSCAA Dual-Meet Championships — February 26, 2007
NCAA Rule Causes Havoc for Relay Selections at NCAA Championships — February 25, 2007

Water Polo-Diving-Synchro Channel
USA Diving and AT&T Team Up on Desktop Communicator — February 26, 2007