MISSY FRANKLIN TO DON THE BLUE AND GOLD NEXT YEAR AT BERKELEY PHOENIX, Arizona. MISSY Franklin, the most sought-after high school swimming recruit this season thanks to an impressive Olympic debut, is trading the mountains of Colorado for the northern California beaches, heading to the University of California-Berkeley next fall.
FINA WORLD CUP MONEY LIST: KATINKA HOSSZU ECLIPSES CHAD LE CLOS' 2011 RACE WINNING TOTAL; HOSSZU, TO LEAD OVERALL RANKINGS BERLIN, Germany. UPDATED 2012 FINA Money List after the completion of the fifth stop of the FINA World Cup in Berlin.
STREAMLINED NEWS: WEEKEND MEET PREVIEW; RYAN MURPHY'S COLLEGE CHOICE PHOENIX, Arizona. THIS weekend will give swimming fans plenty of action to follow, from the FINA World Cup to college dual meets across the United States. We're past the halfway point on the World Cup circuit, and Katinka Hosszu is still the overall leader in the women's points races for $100,000.
OFF THE WALL: MILORAD CAVIC'S RETIREMENT; HANDICAPPING THE GOLDEN GOGGLES PHOENIX, Arizona. THE American Swim Coaches Association (ASCA) is hosting an advanced butterfly and level three coaches' clinic in Chicago on October 13 - 14, sponsored by FINIS. Speakers include ASCA Executive Director John Leonard and University of Tennessee's Head Swim Coach Matt Kredich.
ASK A COACH!: CLUB COACHING EXPERIENCE BENEFICIAL AT COLLEGE LEVEL PHOENIX, Arizona. THE Ask A Coach! series is back today as Tennessee associate coach of men's and women's swimming and diving Tyler Fenwick replies with his thoughts on young club coaches ascending to the highest spots in college coaching.
MARK SCHUBERT'S RESPONSE BLASTS DIA RIANDA'S WRONG TERMINATION LAWSUIT ORANGE, California. MARK Schubert blasts Dia Rianda's wrongful termination in his response to be filed officially today. Rianda filed suit last month claiming that Schubert had wrongfully terminated her as a coach at the Golden West Swim Club while he served as the head coach of the club.
WHAT YOU'LL FIND IN THE NOVEMBER 2012 ISSUE OF SWIMMING WORLD
Feature Article: Déjà Vu All Over Again! Just like last year, Kane Radford and Melissa Gorman won the 13th annual RCP Tiburon Mile in San Francisco Bay, with each champion receiving a check for $10,000.