JSR Past Issues: Volume 27:2, Fall 2020

Editorial Commentary

  • Prins, Jan H.


  • Assessment of the Performance of Timekeepers for Swimming Competitions

    Janet D. Godolphin and David A. Faux

    The Effects of Reduced Breathing on Swimming Performance and on Blood Lactate Concentration in 25 and 50 m Breaststroke Swimming at Maximal Intensity

    Isomass Zompanakis, Konstantinos Papadimitriou, Tsalis Georgios, and Loupos Dimitrios

    Understanding how World-Class Competitive Swimming Coaches learn to coach

    Earl Mc Carthy

JSR Past Issues: Volume 27, Spring 2020

Special Edition

Editorial Commentary

  • Prins, Jan H.


  • On the Fair Management of Close Races in Swimming

    David A. Faux1, Janet D. Godolphin2
    1. University of Surrey, Department of Physics, Guildford, U.K.
    2. University of Surrey, Department of Mathematics, Guildford, U.K.

JSR Past Issues: Volume 26, Fall 2018

Editorial Commentary

  • Prins, Jan H.


  • The Knowledge, Attitudes, and Beliefs of Pediatric Concussion Among USA Swim Coaches

    Katrina G. Ritter, Cailee E. Welch Bacon, Ian A. McLeod, Keenan Robinson, Danny M. Mistry, Scott Rodeo, and Tamara C. Valovich McLeod

  • Attitudes and Beliefs of Division II Collegiate Swimmers on the Adoption of a Whole-Foods, Plant-Based Diet

    Regina M. Subach, Stephen Mazurek, and Lori Klein

  • The Correlation Between Strength and Power Measures with Sprint Freestyle Performance in Division 1 Collegiate Swimmers

    Sean H. Kao, Ai Ishida, and Barbara E. Ainsworth

  • Pre-Race Deep-Breathing Improves 50 & 100-yard Swim Performance in Female NCAA Swimmers

    Trever O. Gray, Robert Pritchett, Kelly Pritchett, and Tim Burnham

  • Kinematic Analysis of Peak Velocities in the Breaststroke as a Function of the Timing of the Kick

    Susan M. Ward, Jan H. Prins, and Bret G. Freemyer

JSR Past Issues: Volume 25, Spring 2017

Editorial Commentary

  • Prins, Jan H.


  • An Update on the Age of National-level American Swimmers

    Joel Stager, Andrew Cornett, Dave Tanner, and Erica Slaughter

  • Maturational Timing and Swim Performance in Collegiate Female Swimmers

    Andrew C. Cornett, Sierra Wagner, Alan Duski, Brian V. Wright, and Joel M. Stager

  • Does High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) have an effect on young swimmers' performance

    Konstantinos Papadimitriou and Stratos Savvoulidis

JSR Past Issues: Volume 24, Spring 2016

Editorial Commentary

  • Prins, Jan H.


  • Coaches' Education and Practices Regarding Overuse Injury in Youth Swimming

    Maegan E. Olivos PT, DPT, MPH and Angela Tate PT, PhD, Cert MDT

  • Characteristics of a Polar Bear Swim Champion- The Challenges of San Francisco Bay Winter Swimming

    Thomas J. Nuckton, Stephen P. Schatz, Brendan T. Crow, Michael A. Matthay, and John A. Nogue

  • Effects of circadian rhythms on night-time swimming during the Olympics: The results of a pilot study in preparation for Rio 2016

    Gian Mario Migliaccio, Andrea Di Nino, Francesco Avaldi, Alberto Bazzu, Gary John Mullen, Johnny Padulo

  • Difference in speed at fixed reference points, and changes in speed between fixed reference points, during 100 meter swimming races at the European Championships, 2010

    Torsten Buhre

  • Analysis of the Personal Best Swim Times: 2016 Rio Olympics

    Christopher Bacon and Carl Petersen

JSR Past Issues: Volume 23, Spring 2015

Editorial Commentary

  • Prins, Jan H.


  • Evidence-based recommendations for maximizing competitive swimming performance

    Timothy Richmond, Jackie Buell
    Sheryl Pfeil, and Michael W. Crowder

  • The Fundamentals behind a Curvilinear vs.
    a Straight-Line Pull

    Johnson Soh Khong Leong

  • Original Research

    Development and Validation of a Swimmer's
    Functional Pain Scale

    Shawn M. Drake, Brian Krabak, George T. Edelman
    Erin Pounders, Sharmon Robinson, & Brittany Wixson

  • Lumbar Alignment and Trunk Muscle Activity
    during the Underwater Streamline Position
    in Collegiate Swimmers

    Keisuke Kobayashi, Koji Kaneoka
    Hideki Takagi, Yasuo Sengoku, Masahiro Takemura

  • Changes in Swim Performance and Perceived Stress,
    and Recovery in Female Collegiate Swimmers
    across a Competitive Season

    Jacquelyn A. Nagle, James L. McMillan, Barry A. Munkasy
    A. Barry Joyner, Alexander Roorda, Mindy K. Scott,
    and Stephen J. Rossi

JSR Past Issues: Volume 22, Spring 2014

Editorial Commentary

  • Prins, Jan H.


  • Is it Time to Consider a Different Way of Swimming Backstroke?

    Ernest W. Maglischo

  • Performance Improvements in Swimming: A Multi- Disciplinary Approach

    Matthew C. Wagner, Emily A. Roper, and Adrienne Langelier

  • Original Research

    The Backstroke Starting Variants performed under the Current Swimming Rules and Block Configuration

    Karla de Jesus, Kelly de Jesus, Alexandre Medeiros, Ricardo Fernandes, and João P Vilas-Boas

  • The Unintended Consequences of Tension in the Abdominal & Lumbar Musculature on Swimmers' Ventilatory Metabolic Indices

    Timothy W. Henrich, T. W., Robert Pankey, and Gregory Soukup

  • The Effects of Static Stretching Warm-up versus Dynamic Warm-up on Sprint Swim Performance

    Michael Moran, James Whitehead, Joshua Guggenheimer, and Ronald Brinkert

  • Why Coaches should Encourage Swimmers' Efforts to Succeed

    Bård Erlend Solstad and Pierre-Nicolas Lemyre

JSR Past Issues: Volume 21, Summer 2013

Editorial Commentary

  • Prins, Jan H.


  • Seasonal Variations in Swimming Force and Training Adaptation

    Rod Havriluk

  • Is the Breaststroke arm stroke a "Pull" or a "Scull"?

    Ernest W Maglischo

    Part I & Part II

  • How Do Asymmetries Affect Swimming Performance?

    Ross H. Sanders

  • Original Research

    The fifth stroke: the effect of learning the dolphin-kick technique on swimming speed in 22 novice swimmers.

    Luc Collard, Emmanuel Gourmelin, & Valérie Schwob

  • The effects of ten weeks block and reverse periodization training on swimming performance and body composition of moderately trained female swimmers

    Arroyo-Toledo, J.J. V.J. Clemente, & , J.M.González-Ravé

JSR Past Issues: Volume 20, Fall 2012

Editorial Commentary

  • Prins, Jan H.


  • What Swimming Coaches Should Know About Atrial Fibrillation and Cardiac Health

    Tim Henrich, and Gregory Soukup

  • Training Zones Revisited

    Ernest W. Maglischo

  • Original Research

    Stress-Related Breathing Problems: An Issue for Elite Swimmers

    Elsa Kristiansen, Frank E. Abrahamsen, & Trine Stensrud

  • The effect of intermittent hypoxic exposure plus sea level swimming training on anaerobic swimming performance

    Amanda Miller & Keith George

JSR Past Issues: Volume 19, Spring 2012

Editorial Commentary

  • Prins, Jan H.


  • Training Fast Twitch Fibers: Why and How - Part II
  • Ernest W. Maglischo

  • How Can Asymmetries in Swimming be Identified and Measured?
  • Ross Sanders, Jacqueline Thow, Alison Alcock, Malcolm Fairweather, Irene Riach and Fiona Mather

  • Swimming Relay Exchange Times: 2008 Olympics
  • William A. Siders

JSR Past Issues: Volume 18, Fall 2011

Editorial Commentary

  • Prins, Jan H.


  • Training Fast Twitch Fibers - Part I
  • Ernest W. Maglischo

  • Overuse shoulder injuries in swimmers
  • Theodore J. Becker

  • Asymmetries in Swimming: Where Do They Come from?
  • Ross H. Sanders, Jacqueline Thow, and Malcolm M. Fairweather

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