The Changing FACE of SWIMMING

Rutemiller, Brent
March 2005
Swimming World;Mar2005, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p6
This article focuses on matters related to swimming. Beginning with this issue, Swimming World Magazine re-enters the marketplace as a redesigned, multi-layered publication with rich content and photos appealing to a wider audience than ever SWIM and Swimming Technique magazines will no longer be printed and mailed as stand-alone publications. However, each magazine will still be available electronically each month as separate PDF downloads from SwimInfo.com. If anyone still has print issues remaining on the subscription to SWIM Magazine and Swimming Technique magazine, they will be combined and extended as part of the new Swimming World Magazine.


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