“Bob and David are two of the most dynamic, innovative and well-respected coaches in our sport.” said USA National Team Director Frank Busch
“One of the great competitors in the last 25 years of swimming is Mike Barrowman, a 200 breaststroker.”
Built into 4 stages, Titanium’s integrated system provides leading fused fabric compression, streamline support, and lowers the overall drag coefficient.
Dolfin Swimwear, renowned as the world’s best training suit manufacturer, will release the world’s first 4-Stage Framing System integrated in the latest advancement in competition swimwear –Titanium™.
“Who are the most prominent figures in the current and past history of swimming?” (Swim Photo Credit: CW)
Dolfin President/CEO Jim Korth: “The transition from the old logo to the new one is very symbolic to our growth within the swimwear market. We’re extremely proud of our legacy and company values we’ve stood by for nearly 75 years.”
Dolfin, Jade Swimwear, LP, is proud to announce the sponsorship of Olympic distance swimmer Andrew Gemmell to its roster of elite athletes.
Two major legal battles within the sport of swimming have ended in settlements, the Orange County Register reports.
Former American record-holder Dagny Knutson has filed a lawsuit against Richard Foster, her former lawyer who was also formerly president of USA Water Polo.
The Golden West College men’s team repeated as California state champions at the 2014 CCCAA meet. Photo: Anne Lepesant
NCAA Champion and FINA 10K Marathon World Cup Champion
Jim Korth, President of Dolfin (Jade Swimwear, LP) and Mark Schubert, Director of Technical Development, recently announced the signing of Michael Klueh as a member of its Athlete’s Advisory Board.
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Anderson: “I’m excited to partner with Dolfin to make my dream of becoming a professional swimmer a reality. I loved their suits since I started swimming and I’m excited to start my journey towards the next Olympics with them.”
Platinum 2 Series Tech Suits (Image courtesy of Dolfin Swimwear)
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