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Ranomi Kromowidjojo

Ranomi Kromowidjojo

Today it was time for the blog Ranomi Kromowidjojo in the Telegraph. A week back from Tenerife, she picked up the ordinary life in the Netherlands. She had last Friday its first driving test. Her first, because unfortunately I did not succeed in 1x, so in a few weeks they should go try again. And return of relative isolation as a training camp, it is also confronted with all the problems of the suits and the list of FINA . In her blog tells Ranomi she prefers not interfered with the debate, but this past weekend they will be caught on anything that has to do with this whole discussion, namely the cost of the 'quick grab': ranomiweblog

I always laugh when people claim to believe too often to count in euros guilders, because hello, that was so long ago! And yet I caught it myself when I was thinking of all the parents who have just such a 'forbidden' suit bought for their child. A swimsuit brand Jaked costs converted more than 800 guilders. There I used about 400 times the car of my father for washing, or even worse, at least eight birthdays join!

The whole blog can be read at the site of the Telegraph .

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3 Comments

  1. Nice story to read, not more. For the swimmers Verhaeren have been free of the pack Jaked and also swam at the Swim Cup. And records swum so, so tie weird.

  2. The situation becomes more and more obscure. See message below bathing chronicle.

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

    FINA thinks there legally only with effect from January 1, 2010 real rules can be set to the advanced pack polyurethane. It is presumed that that generate extra buoyancy by the retention of a layer of air. But that could not be scientifically proven "on the body."

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

  3. That's right. The rejected suits are tested again in the past week and if there is no scientific evidence becomes available for the disapproval, then tackle the likely still be admitted to include the World Cup. If it is good comes today more info available from FINA.

    See also the bit about the re-testing of the rejected deal last Tuesday.

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