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Life for Jessica Hardy post-Olympics has included a red carpet appearance at the 2013 Grammy Awards as well as an opportunity to race a car in the 37th annual Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race as part of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. At the same time, the former Swimming World female High School Swimmer of the Year in 2005 (inset) has mapped out a number of professional goals—both in and out of the pool. (See story, page 8 and 28.) [PHOTO BY John McGillen]
TABLE OF CONTENTS
008 Turning Negatives into Positives by Shoshanna Rutemiller
Jessica Hardy’s Olympic experiences—both good and bad—have been, needless to say, extreme. Yet, she still remains competitive and continues to challenge herself with lofty goals, including earning a spot on her third Olympic team in 2016.
011 Survive and Thrive by Shoshanna Rutemiller
Teenager Tyler Fowler, who swims for the Tsunami Swim Team of Kansas City, has persevered through multiple surgeries to become an incredible swimmer.
013 The Life of a Professional Swimmer by Chloe Sutton and Rebecca Ejdervik
Chloe Sutton and Rebecca Ejdervik share their experiences as pro swimmers.
016 AthleticFoodie/Let’s Live a Healthier Life by Garrett Weber-Gale
018 Dryside Training: Summer Swim Shape-up! by J.R. Rosania
020 Reality at Work: A Swimmer’s Guide to Achieving Goals (Part II) by Michael J. Stott
The second of a two-part article about goal setting shows how coaches work with swimmers and teams to quantify and execute goals.
022 Q&A with Coach Greg Meehan by Michael J. Stott
024 How They Train Felicia Lee by Michael J. Stott
006 A Voice for the Sport
025 Up & Comers
027 Gutter Talk