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The new blueseventy polarized Hydra-Vision goggle is set to establish new standards in what swimmers can expect. Polarized lenses are the highest quality, best performing lenses on land, and even more essential in the water to eliminate surface glare and increase vision clarity in all light conditions. The award-winning Hydra-Vision uses lightweight soft frame technology with emphasis on all round visibility and improved dynamics in the water. The curved wide vision lens makes this a perfect goggle for both pool and open water. The next generation of Hydra-Vision goggles is now available from blueseventy with two colour options complimenting the...

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blueseventy athlete Dylan McNeice shattered the swim course record at Ironman New Zealand this weekend, swimming an incredible 44mins 25seconds over the 3800m course. This accomplishment comes just two weeks after also setting the swim course record at the prestigious Challenge Wanaka. Dylan set both records swimming in the all new 2015 blueseventy Helix wetsuit.New Zealander, McNeice finished 3rd at IMNZ, impressive following his Challenge Wanaka win just two weeks ago. Last week, the helix was first out of the water again, powered by Lauren Brandon (USA) at Challenge Dubai.Dylan gives credit to his wetsuit and he wasn't specifically targeting a record swim: " I...

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We are proud to have boosted our roster of sponsored swimmers by adding three new signings and renewing our relationship with world championships medal winner, David Plummer.Stephanie Peacock, Arlene Semeco and Sean Mahoney are new members of team blueseventy and will race in nero swimwear this season as they prepare for major competitions, including the World Championships.Swim Florida’s distance specialist, Peacock, broke records set by Janet Evans when she was a swimmer at UNC in North Carolina.She said: "I am really excited to join blueseventy. The suits are a great fit for me and give me the confidence I need...

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We were delighted when the new helix wetsuit exited the water first at its very first race, and now there’s more brilliant news from Ironman70.3 Auckland with a stunning one-two by Dylan McNeice and Jimmy Seear.It may be the middle of winter for many of us in the northern hemisphere, but the new helix is in the safe hands of some of our pro athletes, including those racing in Auckland, New Zealand over the weekend at the Asia-Pacific 70.3 Championships.New Zealand’s McNeice was first out of the water in 23minutes 14seconds over the 1900m swim. He was closely followed by...

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blueseventy has opened applications for 2015 athlete, event and team sponsorship in swimming and triathlon. The Seattle based company, which has offices in New Zealand and the UK, welcomes high calibre applications for its 2015 ambassador programme. blueseventy  has been lucky enough to partner with some of the best athletes and events on the planet. These incredible athletes have worn blueseventy products at national and international events, winning major elite titles as well as age-group triathlon championships, open water events, and masters swimming world titles and records. Sponsorship manager, Ryan Vanderloop, said: “Working with the best athletes in the world...

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