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August 2021 Swimming World Desk of Contents

On the Cowl: Feminine Excessive Faculty Swimmer of the Yr

Swimming World Journal August Options
Feminine Excessive Faculty Swimmer of the Yr
Male Excessive Faculty Swimmer of the Yr
Feminine & Male Excessive Faculty Swimmers of the Yr Runners-up
High Excessive Faculty Recruits
ISHOF Function: The U.S. Olympic Trials—Donna de Varona and the Previous, Current and Way forward for Girls’s Swimming
ISHOF: Did You Know About Ethelda Bleibtrey
Inge de Bruijn: One of many Biggest Sprinters of All-Time

Fingers-On/How To
Coaching Technique: A Coaches’ Information to Power Methods (Half 3)—Whereas They’re Younger

Particular Units: Power System Coaching with Coach George Heidinger and Quintin McCarty
Dryside Coaching: Gold Medal Exercise
Approach Ideas: Maximizing Swimming Velocity (Half 4)—Minimizing the Arm Entry Part Time in Backstroke and Breaststroke
Goldminds: 10 Nice Causes to Get Again (or Keep) within the Pool
Particular Units: Coaching Kayla Wilson with Coach Richard Hunter

Diet/Psychological Prep
What to Eat Earlier than the “Large Race”

Earlier than the Beep: Kate Douglass

Extra Options
Voice for the Sport: Already Wanting Forward

Q&A with Nicholas Askew, Howard College (Washington, D.C.)
How They Practice: Miles Simon
Hasty Excessive Pointers
Up & Comers: Brian Hamilton

Parting Shot


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