Tuesday, June 14, 2011

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Swimming World Newsletter - Janet Evans Announces Comeback - June 14, 2011

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A Semi-Monthly Wrap-up of News from Around the World by Sports Publications Intl.
June 14, 2011
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Mare Nostrum, Monte Carlo: Ryosuke Irie Continues 200 Back Mastery
MONTE CARLO, Monaco. THE Mare Nostrum circuit came to an end with the always enjoyable sprint knockout rounds, including a textile best from Therese Alshammar. Meanwhile, Ryosuke Irie kept putting up 1:54s in the men's 200 back. The meet took place in long course meter format.
German World Championship Trials: Benjamin Starke Posts World Best; Christian Vom Lehn, Paul Biedermann, Britta Steffen, Helge Meeuw All Move Into Top Five
BERLIN, Germany. THE final day of long course meter swimming at the German World Championship Trials proved to be quite swift in the pool as nearly each finale produced a world-ranked time.
Eric Ress Working to Switch Sport Nationality From France to USA
PHOENIX, Arizona. ERIC Ress, a dual citizen of France and the United States, confirmed today to Swimming World that he is in the process of switching his sport nationality from France to the United States to dodge a scheduling conflict with next year's French Olympic Trials and the NCAA championships.
Southwest Classic: Emily Seebohm, Matt Grevers Shine At Tucson Meet
TUCSON, Arizona. AUSTRALIA's Emily Seebohm and Tucson Ford's Matt Grevers shined at the Southwest Classic as the two won multiple titles at the tuneup meet held in Tucson, Ariz. The meet took place in long course meters format.
Janet Evans Officially Announces Comeback in Associated Press Interview
PHOENIX, Arizona. OLYMPIC legend Janet Evans, the four-time gold medalist and three-time Games participant, announced today in an interview with The Associated Press that she has been training for eight months with the goal of making her fourth Olympic team.
Eva Fabian and Alex Meyer Win 10K Races at USA Swimming Open Water Nationals
FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida. TOP U.S. open water swimmers Eva Fabian (Keene, N.H.) and Alex Meyer (Ithaca, N.Y.) each qualified for the 2011 FINA World Championships today with their wins in the 10K at the USA Swimming Open Water National Championships in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The FINA World Championships, held July 16-31 in Shanghai, China, will serve as a direct qualifier for the 10K open water event at the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
USA Swimming Adds Three Coaches to Banned List So Far This Year
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado. SO far this year, USA Swimming has added three coaches to its "Individuals Permanently Suspended or Ineligible" list.
A3 Performance Poll of the Week
PHOENIX, Arizona. Swimming World wants to know what you think and offers you the chance to participate in our weekly poll.
Speedo Grand Challenge: Jessica Hardy, Eric Shanteau, Chad La Tourette, Jasmine Tosky Clock Top-20 Swims
IRVINE, California. THE Speedo Grand Challenge concluded tonight at the William Woollett Aquatic Center in Irvine. Most events at this meet were swum with four-swimmer finals and normal eight-swimmer consolation finals. The exceptions included the women's 800 and men's 1500 free, which consisted of single eight-swimmer finals.
Janet Evans Downs Pair of FINA Masters World Records in Eponymous Comeback Meet
FULLERTON, California. JANET Evans, who originally was reported by Swimming World to be coming back to competition, began her bid a bit later than the originally planned U.S. Masters Swimming National Championships.
FINA Announces Women's Water Polo World League Schedule
LAUSANNE, Switzerland. THE national teams of Australia, Canada, China, Greece, Italy, Russia, Spain and USA will compete in the Super Final of the 8th FINA Women's Water Polo World League taking place in Tianjin (China) from June 14-19, 2011.
Sean Ryan, Ashley Twichell Capture 2011 5K Open Water National Titles
FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida. SEAN Ryan (Chattanooga, Tenn.) and Ashley Twichell (Fayetteville, N.Y.) claimed the top spots in the 2011 5K Open Water National Championship in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. For both swimmers, it's their first open water national title.
London Open Water Test Event Course Plan Approved
LONDON, England. THE course plan for the 2011 London Open Water test event has now been announced. The event, taking place on Aug. 13, 2011, will give meet organizers a chance to work out the kinks prior to hosting the 2012 London Games open water competition.
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What you'll find in the June 2011 issue of
Swimming World
Feature Articles:
Following in a long list of exquisite performers from Hungary, Katinka Hosszu has established herself as one of the world’s premier female swimmers.

What you'll find in the June 2011 issue of Swimming Technique
Feature Articles:
Greg Fastrich has coached three Olympic Trials qualifiers since moving to Hershey, Pa. His latest protégé, David Nolan, recently set four national high school records, including a 1:41.39 200 yard IM clocking that would have won NCAAs.

What you'll find in the June 2011 issue of SWIM Magazine
Feature Articles:
POOL’S EDGE: It’s A Rock, Not A Roll
Smooth and effortless swimming should be the focus of every swimmer. Once you master the art of smooth shoulder swimming—and stop over-rotating—you’ll be well on your way to fast swimming.

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