The Olympic Year In Review Issue of SwimSwam Magazine is ready to ship.
The Olympic Year In Review is massive, coming in at nearly one pound. 7-time Olympic champion Caeleb Dressel is our cover, the most dominant sprint star in the world.
SwimSwam memorializes the run-up to the Olympics and the moments that made Olympic history. We also dive deep on the data explaining why so many unknown swimmers won medals. Do host countries do well at the Olympics? Not so much, and we explain why. SwimSwam details the Olympics in this keepsake issue and we have other interesting features you will not want to miss, like how much is an NCAA title worth to Todd DeSorbo or Eddie Reese. We hope you enjoy it!
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With your subscription today you get the:
2015 Year in Review (Michael Phelps cover) as a digital magazine (print is sold out)
2016 Swimsuit Issue (Ryan Lochte cover) as a digital magazine (print is sold out)
2016 Olympic Preview (Michael Phelps cover) as a digital magazine (print is nearly sold out)
2016 College Preview (Katie Ledecky cover) as a digital magazine (print is nearly sold out)
2016 Olympic Year in Review (Michael Phelps cover) as a digital magazine (print is nearly sold out)
2017 Swimsuit Issue (Anthony Ervin cover) as a digital magazine (print is nearly sold out)
2017 Superhero Issue (Nathan Adrian cover) as a digital magazine (print is sold out)
2017 College Preview Issue (Simone Manuel cover) as a digital magazine (print is sold out)
2017 Year In Review (Caeleb Dressel cover) as digital magazine (print is nearly sold out)
2018 Women in Swimming (Mallory Comerford cover) as a digital magazine (print is nearly sold out)
2018 Summer Preview Issue (Caeleb Dressel cover) as a digital magazine (print is nearly sold out)
2018 College Preview Issue (Ella Eastin cover) as a digital magazine
2018 Pro Issue Issue (Ryan Murphy cover) as a digital magazine (print is nearly sold out)
2019 Spring Issue (Kathleen Baker cover) as a digital magazine
2019 World Championships Preview (Michael Andrew cover) as a digital magazine
2019 College Preview (Beata Nelson Cover) as a digital magazine
2019 Year In Review (Regan Smith cover) as a digital magazine (print is nearly sold out)
2020 Swimsuit Issue (Adam Peaty cover) as a digital magazine (print is nearly sold out)
2020 Olympic Perspective Issue (Caeleb Dressel cover) as a digital magazine
2020 College Preview Issue (Reece Whitley cover) as a digital magazine
2020 Year In Review (Lilly King cover) as digital magazine
2021 Spring Issue (Abbey Weitzeil cover) as a digital magazine
2021 Olympic Preview (Caeleb Dressel cover) as a digital magazine (print is nearly sold out)
2021 College Preview (Bobby Finke cover ) as a digital magazine
2021 Olympic Year in Review (Caeleb Dressel cover) print magazine
2022 Swimsuit Issue print magazine
2022 Summer Preview print magazine
2022 College Preview print magazine
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You want the Caeleb Dressel cover. We memorialized swim stars with beautiful covers you have to hold in your hands to appreciate.
All issues have a big theme, one topic we cover in-depth. The 2018 Year in Review was all about The Year of the Pro. The 2017 Swimsuit magazine was the Superhero issue, and the 2020 Olympic Perspective issue is all about the history of the Olympics during the event’s most challenging times.
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