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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 normal life in the Netherlands. She had her first driving test last Friday. Her first, because unfortunately did not succeed in 1x, so a few weeks they can go try it again. And back from relative isolation as a training camp, she is also confronted with all the problems surrounding the bathing suits and the list of FINA . In her blog tells Ranomi that they prefer not interfered with the discussion, but they are well past weekend something caught what this whole discussion has to do, namely the cost of the "fast suits": ranomiweblog

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

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

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  1. Nice story to read, no more. For the swimmers have free Verhaeren had the pack of Jaked and also in swimming at the Swim Cup. And swimming records and stuff, so das weird.

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

    The chance to swim in Rome. There is the infamous' bathing suits Jaked 01 and Arena X-Glide, which recently numerous world records have improved, may be worn without adjustments at the world championships FINA director Cornel Marculescu showed Thursday that hinted at a press conference in Lausanne,

    The FINA thinks can legally only from January 1, 2010 real rules put to the advanced packs of polyurethane. It is suspected that generate extra buoyancy by the retention of a layer of air. 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. To measure the permeability under race conditions or tightness of the material deficit was day. The 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 on 'opblaaspak' in the short term is unlikely to be feasible.

  3. That's right. Rejected suits are tested in the last week again and the suits will be if there is no scientific basis for the disapproval becomes available, probably still be allowed to include the World Cup. If the property is today more info available from FINA.

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

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