How to Get SwimSwam’s 2020 Swimsuit Issue With The Adam Peaty Cover

The 2020 Swimsuit Issue of SwimSwam Magazine ships in March. Subscribe today and receive four issues, including the 2020 Olympic Preview and the 2020 Olympic Year in Review, our biggest issues of the four-year cycle.

2020 Swimsuit Issue

The 2020 Swimsuit Issue is massive, 196 pages, coming in at nearly one pound. Olympic champion Adam Peaty is our cover, the most dominant sprint breaststroker in history.  In Peaty’s feature he doesn’t hold back, sharing his thoughts on training, diet, and what it takes to promote the sport of swimming. Inside you will also get a lot of in-depth features about the elite swimming lifestyle beyond the pool, and the massive 2020 Swimsuit section highlighting the latest competitive swimsuits from the top swimwear brands in the world.

If you are not a subscriber, now is a great time to sign up. Start with the Adam Peaty cover, and stay with us through the 2020 Olympic Preview and 2020 Olympic Year in Review issues–massive issues we are already building out.

With your yearly subscription, you receive over 600 of pages of swimming’s highest quality content, and another 2,680+ pages of digital issues, going back to the first issue produced.

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
  • 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 as a print magazine (Caeleb Dressel cover) as print 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/Year in Review Issue  (Ryan Murphy cover) as a digital magazine (print is nearly sold out)
  • 2019 Spring Issue as a print magazine (Kathleen Baker cover) as a digital magazine
  • 2019 Summer Preview (World Championships Preview with Michael Andrew cover) as a digital magazine
  • 2019 College Preview as a print magazine (Beata Nelson Cover) as a digital magazine
  • 2019 Year In Review as a print magazine (Regan Smith cover) as a digital magazine
  • 2020 Swimsuit Issue as a print magazine (Adam Peaty cover)
  • 2020 Olympic Preview Issue as a print magazine (our biggest issue over four years)
  • 2020 College Preview Issue as a print magazine
  • 2020 Olympic Year In Review as a print magazine

Already a subscriber? Go to swimswam.com/magazine/digital-access, type in your email/password and view the digital magazines.

See seven reasons to love SwimSwam Magazine for our upcoming issues. 

ONE

You want the Adam Peaty cover. We memorialized swim stars with beautiful covers you have to hold  in your hands to appreciate.

TWO

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 Swimsuit magazine is all about the lifestyle of swimmers and elites beyond the pool.

THREE

If you subscribe, you can also buy back issues.  On the subscription page, check the box by any of the back issues to add them to your order. *Note, our first issue, the 2015 Year in Review, has sold out. Going forward we will not print additional runs. Once an issue is sold out, it is gone and only available on our digital platform.  Printed back issues are limited to what is in stock.

Many print back issues are sold out. Once a print issue sells out, it is gone forever (other than on our paid digital platform).  If the print issue is not on the BACK ISSUE checkout page, it is gone. 

FOUR

Magazines are massive. The 2016 Olympic Year in Review came in at 172 pages. The 2019 Swimsuit Issue is 196 pages. SwimSwam magazines come in at nearly a pound.  We deliver big issues. Period.

FIVE

The quality is high. SwimSwam Magazine has perfect binding (like a book), heavy card stock, and an expensive cover finish. If you haven’t subscribed, you simply don’t know. You feel it the instant you touch the magazine. The texture is amazing, and you’ll love how heavy it feels in your hands.

SIX

Our covers are ideal for your coffee table or nightstand. Make a statement, show your swimming love, show that your sport is great and worth the respect it deserves.  Adorn it with SwimSwam Magazine.

SEVEN

SwimSwam Magazine named one of the 30 Hottest Launches of 2016

Competitive Intelligence of Media Leaders (MIN/Mr. Magazine) named SwimSwam Magazine one of the 30 Hottest Launches. Criteria for making the 30 Hottest list included:

  • Design
  • Creativity
  • Audience reaction
  • Industry reaction

OUR MAGAZINE MISSION

To knock you over with each issue, producing a must-have magazine that feels like a collector’s item.

To produce unique features never before seen in swimming media.

To present swimming like it should be, the greatest sport on earth.

At SwimSwam, we love the sport, and we love changing the paradigm of how it’s presented. For far too long swimming magazines have been the same, and it is our goal to deliver something spectacular, a magazine you will be excited about getting every single time a new issue is released.

Subscribe to SWIMSWAM MAGAZINE here.

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About Gold Medal Mel Stewart

Gold Medal Mel Stewart

MEL STEWART Jr., aka Gold Medal Mel, won three Olympic medals at the 1992 Olympic Games. Mel's best event was the 200 butterfly. He is a former World, American, and NCAA Record holder in the 200 butterfly. As a writer/producer and sports columnist, Mel has contributed to Yahoo Sports, Universal Sports, …

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