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My goals is to get my swimmer to practice on time!

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My daughter has extra wide feet and has been swimming competitive...

Arena Carbon Kazan Edition: Win the Suit Worn by the Pros! (149)

My goal is to get a top 10 USMS time.

Arena Carbon Kazan Edition: Win the Suit Worn by the Pros! (149)

My goal is to place at high school states in the breaststroke:)

Arena Carbon Kazan Edition: Win the Suit Worn by the Pros! (149)

My goal is to get under a 29 in the free.

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  • Jul

    The Road to 70.3 - Race Day

    By Jordan Turner, Social Media Coordinator

    “If it is important to you, you will find a way. If not, you will find an excuse.” I will be the first to admit that I found a lot of excuses on the road to 70.3, most of which involved avoiding my bike. However eventually, after countless hours of training, endless support, a few meltdowns and some serious soul searching, I also found my way.

    On July 26, I completed my very-first 70.3 distance triathlon, Barb’s Race in Sonoma County. Crossing the finish line after a long 70 miles— a 1.2-mile swim, 56-mile bike ride, and 13.1-mile run—is not something to be taken lightly. In fact, it was my biggest athletic accomplishment to date.

    I know what you’re thinking, who in their right mind would sign up to race 70 miles in the first place? Well, being that I am young and fairly active (and maybe a little bit crazy), I am constantly finding new ways to challenge myself. At first, after college, it was a 5k fun run here and there—emphasis on fun (often times a tutu and paint were involved). When I got bored with the local 3-mile courses, I graduated to half-marathons. After having a handful of half-marathons under my belt, I decided it was time to test the waters in a triathlon (you see where I am going with this?). A few races later, I found myself standing on the edge of the Russian River in Guerneville, CA anxiously awaiting the 10-second countdown to my first 70.3 triathlon.

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  • Jun

    2014 Fashion Swimwear Trends

    The five-day countdown to summer has officially begun. With that in mind, we’ve tucked away our parkas (for now) and we’re packing up our beach bags. Although we love our tech suits and goggles, we can’t help but share the fashion forecast for the 2014 summer season. Here are the styles that you can expect to see under the sun this year…

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  • Aug

    Look Fabulous in Fringe and Flutter

    Are you looking for something that will make you stand out from the crowd? Look no further. Fringe and flutter swimwear has been commanding everyone’s attention this summer. Fringe and flutter have freshened up the classic bandeau, halter, and triangle tops we have seen season after season. These design elements are great ways to add movement and texture to an outfit, all while flattering your body. You’ll look fun and flirty with just the right amount of edginess and style.

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