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Swimming World
SwimmingWorldMagazineMasthead Swiminfo xsmall.jpg
EditorBob Ingram
CategoriesSport magazine
FrequencyMonthly
First issueJanuary 1960
CompanySports Publications International
CountryUSA
Based inPhoenix, Arizona
LanguageEnglish
Websiteswimmingworldmagazine.com
ISSN0039-7431

Swimming World is a US-based monthly swimming magazine that was first published in a magazine format as Junior Swimmer in January 1960.[1] It concurrently runs online websites Swimming World Magazine and Swimming World News, (known as SwimInfo prior to 2006). The headquarters is in Phoenix, Arizona.[2]

In its earliest form, Junior Swimmer began as a mimeograph/newsletter published by Peter Daland in the summer of 1952. In 1960, Coach Daland passed the responsibility of the project to Albert Schoenfeld due to Daland's greater coaching demands as the swim coach at the University of Southern California and the Los Angeles Athletic Club.[citation needed]

The publication then combined with Swimming World in June 1961.[citation needed] Swimming World was a mimeograph/newsletter published for the previous 10 years by Robert J. H. Kiphuth. The newly constituted magazine was then known as Junior Swimmer-Swimming World.[citation needed]

It also has correspondents in Europe and Australia, and keeps track of all major FINA-sanctioned competitions, as well as tabulating extensive records of competitions ranging from junior to masters level swimming. It also provides advice on health related and technique issues for people with an interest in swimming.

It is also known[3][according to whom?] for awarding "Swimmer of the Year" awards in various categories.

Brent Rutemiller is the chief executive officer of Sports Publications International and Publisher of Swimming World Magazine, SWIM Magazine and Swimming Technique Magazine since 2002. Under his tenure, Rutemiller re-branded each media vehicle under one print title, Swimming World Magazine, and then re-launched all three magazines as separate digital downloads. Shortly thereafter, he launched Swimming World Radio and Swimming World TV as online properties. The Morning Swim Show is Swimming World TV's flagship program which streams weekday mornings.[citation needed] The magazine also honors the top high school swim teams and swimmers in the country on an annual basis.[4] In 2015, Rutemiller introduced Swimming World Biweekly as a free digital magazine aggregating the top stories on the Internet every two weeks.

In 2017, the International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) merged its operations with Swimming World Magazine. The combination provided the International Swimming Hall of Fame with an outreach arm, that Swimming World can provide, to the athletes, coaches and volunteers around the world in aquatics. Brent Rutemiller will become the Chief Executive Officer overseeing the merger.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Swimming World Media Kit (top of page 2). Retrieved February 10, 2017.
  2. ^ Contact Us. Swimming World. Retrieved December 25, 2015.
  3. ^ "Swimming World Presents The 2019 Swimmers of the Year!". Swimming World News. December 2, 2019. Retrieved January 29, 2020.
  4. ^ "Swimming World Presents Torri Huske as Female High School Swimmer of the Year on August Issue Cover". Swimming World News. August 1, 2019. Retrieved January 29, 2020.

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