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Ranomi Kromowidjojo

Ranomi Kromowidjojo

Today it was time for the blog of Ranomi Kromowidjojo in the Telegraph. A week back from Tenerife, she picked up the normal life in the Netherlands. She had her first driving test last week. Friday Her first, because unfortunately it failed at 1x, so a few weeks should they go try again. And return of relative isolation as a training camp, she is also confronted with all the issues surrounding the bathing suits and the list of FINA . In her blog tells Ranomi that they prefer not to interfere in the discussion, but last weekend they will be caught on something to do with this discussion, namely the cost of the "fast suits": ranomiweblog

I always laugh when people say confident regularly euros to calculate in guilders, because hello, it's been so long! And yet I caught myself when I just thought about all the parents who have just purchased. Such 'forbidden' suit for their child A swimsuit brand Jaked costs converted more than 800 guilders. I had used about 400 times the car of my father before washing, or worse, at least eight birthdays with it!

The entire blog can be found on the website of the Telegraph .

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3 Comments

  1. Nice story to read, no more. For the swimmers Verhaeren had the suit free of Jaked and also in swimming at the Swim Cup. Records and swimming and stuff, so das crazy.

  2. The situation becomes more and more obscure. see the following message on swimming chronicle.

    Chances are that the 'infamous' swimsuits Jaked 01 and Arena X-Glide, which recently numerous world records have improved, may be on the swimming world championships in Rome. Worn without modifications FINA director Cornel Marculescu showed Thursday that hinted at a press conference in Lausanne,

    FINA thinks may be the advanced pack polyurethane. Legally only real rules are made as of January 1, 2010 It is suspected that the extra buoyancy generated by holding a layer of air. However, this could not be proven scientifically. "On the body"

    The world swimming federation tested the 'fast' products from numerous manufacturers recently thickness and buoyancy. To measure the permeability or tightness of the material under race conditions, the deficit was day. FINA approved a dozen suits and ordered changes to several other, including the world outfits among others Marleen Veldhuis, Frédérick Bousquet and Alain Bernard. According Marculescu is a ban of the "opblaaspak 'in the short term is probably not feasible.

  3. That's right. The rejected suits are tested again in the past week and if there is no scientific justification for the rejection becomes available, then the suits will probably still allowed to include the World Cup. If the property is coming today more info available from FINA.

    See also the section about re-testing the deprecated address last Tuesday.

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