Adidas Swim is #allin and going all out for Berlin Euro Championships

The 32nd LEN European Championships is taking place in Berlin this year, and is 12 days of high-class water sports.

adidas, 2014 European ChampionshipsOpen water and Synchronized Swimming kicked-off the event last week while pool swim and high-dive start today. The event attracts athletes from all over the world to compete for the ultimate European title.

Among these athletes is adidas team member Bruno Fratus who will compete in the 50m and 400 Free Relay.

Holding true to adidas claim of being #allin or nothing, the global icon is set to host a free, open-to-the-public, weeklong event called “adidas a-station”. Spokespeople from adidas are describing the event to be “a hip, unique branding experience they are inviting all athletes to attend.”

What can participants expect — meet and greet opportunities with world-class swimmers, coaches, and industry tastemakers, contests and product giveaways, and social media hubs. The main attraction, a free 3D body-scan that will on-the-spot determine the most compatible suit for each person’s body… game-changing information!

adidas, 2014 European ChampionshipsTo register for the 3D body-scan, visit

As if that’s not cool enough, every person that registers for the on-site body scan will receive a brand new, adizero competition suit for FREE!

Adding to the hype of the event, 5x Olympic gold medalist Ian Thorpe will be hosting a question and answer session on. Got a question for Thorpedo? Ask here (link to

a-station opens Monday 8/18 at 12pm and is located at Landsberger Allee 104 Berlin

Adidas is a SwimSwam partner.


Swimming News courtesy of Adidas Swim, a SwimSwam Partner.

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Steve Nolan

Can I just have the TSA forward over my airport scans? Probably can use those, no?

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