Fall 2019 Digital Edition of Splash Online Now

Fall 2019 Digital Edition of Splash Online Now

 | Wednesday, November 20, 2019

The Fall 2019 digital edition of Splash Magazine is online now!

Here’s a look at this issue:

Departments

Table of Contents

Letter from the President & CEO, Tim Hinchey

Chase McFadden Column

Birthdays and Letters

Justin Case and Top Instagram Photos

Your Photos

Keys to Success

Starting Blocks

Did You Know?

Motivational Moment

Features

Kaboom: Recap of the 18th FINA World Championships

What started off as a slow meet eventually shaped up to be a solid showing for the United States. Here are some highlights from the competition.

What Really Matters…  Is What Happens Next Year

What does this summer’s World Championships mean in terms of setting up American swimmers for next year’s Olympic Games?

New Season, New Goals

With the short course yards season starting, you’ve got an important responsibility in front of you: working with your coach to decide what your goals will be.

Welcoming New Swimmers to Your Team

If you’ve been with your team for quite a while, you have a lot of influence to help ease the nerves of a new swimmer and help them quickly settle in with the team.

Are You in the Correct Suit?

The new policy doesn’t take effect until Sept. 1, 2020. This will allow teams the time to communicate the policy to athletes and parents.

Trials by the Numbers

In less than nine months, the country’s top swimmers will compete at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Omaha, Neb. Here’s a by-the-numbers look at who has qualified for this meet so far.

Off the Blocks Epilogue

Here’s a look at how each of the athletes featured in Season 2 of “Off the Blocks” fared in their biggest competitions of the year.

Trials Prep

Ever wonder how U.S. National Team members—veteran and not-so-veteran—spend the months leading up to Olympic Swim Trials? What do they focus on to make sure they are at their best at one of the biggest meets of their lives?

Picture Perfect

Mike Lewis’s ability to capture both the excitement and intimacy of the competition on deck, as well as the power and artistry of athletes from beneath the surface, result in images that are iconic and mind blowing.

Amy Van Dyken

After an ATV accident in 2014 severed her spinal column and left her paralyzed from the waist down, Amy Van Dyken faced the reality that her life would now involve a new normal with the same level of determination and defiance that led to her success in the pool.

Nathan Adrian

Last January, Nathan Adrian announced he had been diagnosed with testicular cancer. One underlying message he wants out there for men when something’s not physically right: “Go to the doctor!”

 

Elements of Speed

Strength and Technique

Nutrition

Mental Training

Touch Pad

Swim Nut Zeke

Deck Pass Athlete Focus

 

 


 

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