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July 2013 Issue


July 2013 Issue of Swimming World Magazine

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ON THE COVER

Cullen Jones -- one of the fastest men in the world in the water -- nearly had his life taken from him when he was 5 years old by that very same element. Today, the two-time Olympian and world record holder is an ambassador for the Make A Splash campaign, a child-focused water safety initiative created by the USA Swimming Foundations.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

FEATURES

010    A Five-year Lifesaving Mission by Shoshanna Rutemiller

USA Swimming Foundation's 5th annual, Make a splash tour recently made its way to New York City for three days of media frenzy to garner nationwide attention for its message of water safety.

015    The Show Must Go On by Shoshanna Rutemiller

Olympian Lia Neal, filling in for Make a Splash ambassador Cullen Jones when he fell ill, spoke to crowds of swimmers and parents about water safety during USA Swimming Foundation's recent New York tour.

016    Focused on the Bigger Picture by Shoshanna Rutemiller

Cullen Jones, two-time Olympian and world record holder, extends his passion for the sport of swimming to combating the staggering drowning rates through USA Swimming Foundations' Make a Splash campaign.

019    Making a Difference by George Bovell

Swimmers George Bovell, Max Kanyarezi and Duje Draganja are using their talents and skills in swimming to help with the Swim Against Malaria in Uganda.

022    Barcelona 2013: What to Expect by Jeff Commings

The 15th FINA World Championships will begin July 19 in Barcelona, Spain, with the swimming competition to take place the final eight days of the meet, July 28 - Aug. 4.

026    Lessons with the Legends: Mark Schubert by Michael J. Stott

028    Athletic Foodie/Let's Live a Healthier Life: Eating Well on the road by Garrett Weber-Gale

The peak of the summer racing season is upon us, and that often means traveling long distances to compete. Whether you're going two hours in the car, five hours by train or 24 hours on a plane, there are some simple ideas to consider when preparing for the journey.

030    Dryside Training: Dryland Exercises for the Beginner by J.R. Rosania

032    Ask Dr. Shannon: Shoulder Stretches by Shannon McBride

034    The Pros and Cons of Hypoxic Training (Part I) by Michael J. Stott

037    Q&A with Coach Brian Barnes by Michael J. Stott

039    How They Train Emma Reaney by Michael J. Stott

040    USSSA: Opening the Door to Swimming by Robert Strauss

Here are eight keys for Learn-to-swim instructors to help open the door for beginning swimmers to the wonderful world of aquatics.

DEPARTMENTS

009 Twitter Talk

042 Up & ComersMailbox

043 Gutter Talk

048 Parting Shot

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