Cullen Jones. “Speedo’s new Bullet Head Snorkel is super comfortable, with a low profile, stable design that is designed especially for us sprinters.”
This is the latest accolade for the cutting-edge new fitness and swim training fin inspired by the pectoral fin of the Humpback Whale.
Speedo’s new Nemesis Fin was designed using biomimicry and inspired by the pectoral fin of the Humpback Whale. (Featured image: Ryan Lochte, Speedo Athlete)
Follow along for a live recap of finals from day 2 of the 2014 US Junior National Championships in Irvine, California.
Speedo, the world’s leading swimwear brand, has been announced as an Official Provider to the XX Commonwealth Games to be…
The world’s leading swimwear brand, Speedo, has signed a new deal with the Austrian Swimming Federation (OSV) as its exclusive…
Just over a month after graduating from the University of Florida, two-time U.S. Olympian Elizabeth Beisel has signed her first official endorsement deal, joining Speedo’s lineup of high-profile athletes.
#1 Goggles? Whoever heard of racing in goggles?
#2 – Stretch marks line your college swimming team tattoo.
Michael Phelps has long been the headliner of the Speedo brand, but the two have apparently not renewed their contract that ended last year, according to a new report by SportsBusiness Daily.
“Wool was virtually the only fiber that was available. While cotton was a booming business at the time it creates a denser fiber than wool and does not have any of wool’s natural water-repelling capabilities.” (Image: Buster Crabbe, 1932 Olympic gold medalist, 400m freestyle)
Cullen Jones is in full press mode as he prepares for the inaugural Cullen Jones Diversity Invitational on Oct. 11-13 at the Mecklenburg County Aquatics Center in Charlotte, N.C.
Four-time Olympic medalist Cullen Jones, the Queen City Dolphins, and Speedo will host more than 500 swimmers from around the United States at the first-ever Cullen Jones Diversity Invitational (CJDI), a three-day, USA Swimming-sanctioned swim meet, held Oct. 11-13 at the Mecklenburg County Aquatics Center in Charlotte, N.C.
In his paper, “The Need for Speed: How High-Technology Swimsuits Changed the Sport of Swimming”, law student David Meyer discusses the legal aspects of the 2009 tech suit debacle