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Q&A With MIT Coach Meghan Sisson French

Q&A With MIT Coach Meghan Sisson French As the fifth female head swim and dive coach since 1997, Meghan Sisson French is continuing MIT’s winning aquatic tradition. • Springfield College (Mass.), B.S., applied sociology, 2012; MSW, 2015 • 4x member of Springfield team; NEWMAC champions, 2009, 2010 •...

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Dryland Training: Helpful Exercises For Race Preparation

Dryland Training: Helpful Exercises For Race Preparation By J.R. Rosania In many parts of the country, clubs are preparing their swimmers to race. In the Southwest, where I’m from, swimmers are preparing the next several weeks for state, sectional and national-level competitions. In this month’s art...

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How They Train: The Workouts of MIT Standout Adam Janicki

How They Train: The Workouts of MIT Standout Adam Janicki A 2019 graduate of George Mason High School in Falls Church, Va., 6-5 Adam Janicki helped lead his Mustangs to the VHSL Class 2 state title. In the process, he set two individual state records in winning the 200 yard IM (1:51.64) and 100 back...

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Special Sets: A Look At the Training of Stanford Recruit Lucy Bell

Special Sets: A Look At the Training of Stanford Recruit Lucy Bell This month’s “Special Sets” features Fort Collins Swim Team swimmer, Lucy Bell, coached by Mike Novell. The Fossil Ridge High School prep star, who has committed to Stanford this fall, is Colorado’s top-ranked female recruit in the C...

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Dryland Training: The Summer Shift to Power and Speed

Dryland Training: The Summer Shift to Power and Speed Get Swimming World Magazine and Swimming World Biweekly FREE When You Become A Member of the International Swimming Hall of Fame New! 30 Day Membership to ISHOF AND Digital Swimming World Subscription for just $10 a month! Want more? Get a 1 Year...