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In this issue of Swimming World, check out the 2022 NCAA men’s and women’s champions – the California Golden Bearand the Virginia Cavaliers, alongside a full Division I photo gallery. Also shown are results from the NAIA, NJCAA, and DII and DIII championships; A world record flashback with David Wilky, the 1976 Montreal Olympics; A brief history of diving in the United States; The importance of collagen for sports performance; How isaac by Newton The laws of motion apply to swimming; Special sets with swimmer kate douglas; Q&A with the Westchester Aquatic Club Coach Carle Fierro; How they train with swimmer Westchester Aquatic Claire Weinstein; Versatile dumbbell workouts for dry land; Up and Comer Makayla Hill by SwimEnergy Aquatics; and much more!


[Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick]

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FEATURES OF MAY 2022

012 WORLD RECORD FLASHBACK: DAVID WILKIE — ABSOLUTELY PHENOMENAL
by John Lohn
“World Record Flashback” goes back almost 50 years to the 1976 Olympics. It was in Montreal that the United States unveiled the greatest men’s team in history, a team that won 12 of the 13 events contested. In the event not captured by the American team, the Briton David Wilkie put on a spectacular show.

014 NCAA WOMEN: V = VICTORY!
by Dan D’Addona, Matthew DeGeorge, David Rieder and Ashleigh Shay
Last year, the University of Virginia won its first-ever NCAA women’s swimming and diving championship, not just for the school, but for the ACC conference. A year later, the Cavaliers are now back-to-back champions.

  • HE WOULD NOT BE BACKSTROKE WITHOUT BERKOFF
  • TEXAS OVERVIEW
  • DIFFERENT TRAILS WITH SIMILAR DESTINATIONS

019 WOMEN’S AND MEN’S NCAA DIVISION I PHOTO GALLERY
photos by Peter H. Bick

022 NCAA MEN: NEVER GIVE UP!
by Matthew DeGeorge, John Lohn and David Rieder
After trailing for most of the competition and still trailing after the first event of the final day, Cal beat Texas 167-108.5 in the final six events to upset last year’s champions by 51 points, 487.5 to 436.5.

  • FRENCHMAN FRESHMAN SENSATION
  • THE GATORS CONTINUE TO CHOMPER ON THE HEELS OF CAL AND TEXAS
  • A TOUCH OF PURPLE

027 3 SWEEPS, 1 SOLD OUT
by Dan D’Addona and David Rieder
Women’s and men’s teams from Queens (NCAA II), Keizer (NAIA) and Indian River (NJCAA) won their respective national championships. Emory’s men won NCAA III, but their women fell short by seven points to catch Kenyon College.

032 ISHOF ARTICLE: A BRIEF HISTORY OF DIVING IN THE UNITED STATES (Part 2)
by Bruce Wigo
‘The City of Fort Lauderdale and the Future of Diving’ – After 30 years of declining numbers and ratings, the sport of diving has a bright future ahead of it.

038 NUTRITION: COLLAGEN, MORE THAN SKIN
by Dawn Weather Wax
Collagen has become a very popular topic for skin health, but most athletes and active people don’t realize its extreme importance to other parts of the body!

MANAGEMENT

036 SWIMMING TECHNIQUE CONCEPTS: NEWTON’S LAWS OF MOTION
by Rod Havriluk
There are three laws developed by Sir Isaac Newton that are fundamental to human movement. Laws describe the motion of an object and the forces acting on it. The Three Laws apply to different aspects of swimming and help explain performance concepts to swimmers.

040 SPECIAL SETS: KATE DOUGLASS—BUILDING ON THE BASICS
by Michael J. Stott
Often the best gift a coach can give an athlete is to learn the skills to be successful later. And when the athlete builds on this foundation through a work ethic of application, courage, talent and determination, the results can be encouraging – for both coach and athlete – and even life changing. , as is the case with coach Carle Fierro and swimmer Kate Douglass.

043 Q&A WITH COACH CARLE FIERRO, WESTCHESTER AQUATIC CLUB
by Michael J. Stott

044 HOW THEY TRAINED CLAIRE WEINSTEIN
by Michael J. Stott
Claire Weinstein used her physical qualities, mental strength and swimming technique to rise to the top of the table in the 13-14 age group, and now the 15-year-old who just turned 15 continues her swimming trip from the Westchester Aquatic Club in New York to the Sandpipers in Las Vegas.

TRAINING

035 DRY TRAINING: TRAINING WITH DUMBBELLS
by JR Rosania
If you had limited resources and were looking for a single piece of exercise equipment to perform strengthening movements, you should choose the dumbbell. With a pair of dumbbells at a few different weights, you can perform several strengthening-specific exercises.

JUNIOR SWIMMER

046 UP & COMERS: MAKAYLA HILL
by Shoshanna Rutemiller

COLUMNS

008 A VOICE FOR SPORT

011 DID YOU KNOW: WORLD’S RAWEST GAME?

042 THE OFFICIAL WORD

047 DROPTALK

048 MAKE WAVES (The best of social media)

049 SEPARATION BLOW