SwimSpray Ambassador and two-time Olympian, Chloe Sutton, will be hosting a Twitter party this Thursday, 10/22, from 9-10pm eastern time zone.
With over 16 years’ experience, Slix Australia founders, are from a competitive swimming background and have joined forces with top athletes like Jessica Ashwood and Keryn McMaster.
Photographer Hailley Howard – Producer Mallyce Miller – Makeup + Hair Marlaine Reiner – Models: Jeanie Joseph, Jane Kok, Ali Ziel and Diana Care – Coordinators: Kate and Carla Niis
Australian Commonwealth Games swimmer Koti Ngawati wears Funkita Criss Cross Two Piece in Colour Run.
Andrew Chadeayne: “Using SwimSpray inside a swim cap instantly neutralizes chlorine that creeps inside. Then, using SwimSpray on hair afterwards completely eliminates any chlorine that gets into the hair during the swimming session.”
“One of the best pieces of equipment I have used since the snorkel. Love how it enables you to kick in a natural position. You feel your core immediately.”
THE REAL STORY? ROKA started on a dare between former teammates, sparked an obsession, and has grown into a rapidly-expanding performance apparel brand.
Funky Trunks and Funkita swimmers fess up on their swimcest and the upside of dating other swimmers.
(Swimcest / ’swim-cest / verb: when a swimmer forms a romantic relationship with another swimmer, usually from the same swim team.)
Developed specifically to meet the training demands of high performance athletes, the new suits are crafted with premium materials and engineered with technologies that maximize durability, comfort and fit under stress.
Most open water swimmers struggle with swimming in a straight line practicing or during competition. They zig-zag wasting precious energy. Not anymore. Now you can swim straight with OnCourse goggles.
AquaCam’s launch of the CoachCom waterproof transmitting system means that swimmers are never out of earshot from coaching guidance.
The Axis Buoy can be used as a traditional buoy, which isolates the legs and utilizes the core and upper body muscles, but it also can be used as an ankle float.
Mike Finch, the head coach of W. Ross McDonald Swimming in Brandford, Canada has been using the TritonWear technology for the last 4 months with his team.
Founded by the 1936 U.S. Olympic gold medalist Adolph Kiefer, we are the originator of the nylon racing suit and the non-turbulent racing lane.