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  blueseventy are proud to announce that we are official wetsuit partners of the 2013 PruHealth World Triathlon Grand Final London. This year marks the fourth time the ITU World Triathlon Series has staged an event in London but the first time that London hosts the Grand Final. The PruHealth World Triathlon Grand Final races will be held at the iconic Olympic venue in Hyde Park on 11-15 September 2013, giving all athletes the opportunity to compete on the same stage as London 2012 Olympians. “We are very excited blueseventy will be a partner of the PruHealth World Triathlon Grand...

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  It’s exciting times in our world of swimming at the moment. Not only is it 80 days today until the FINA World Championships in Barcelona, but we’re getting ready to launch some cool new swimwear this summer. neroTX is now available in FINA approved colours – pink, blue and orange! You’ll be able to order those from June 2013 but we’ve had a few swimmers wearing the first samples at the Australian Swim Trials in Adelaide this week, there are a few about to break into the water for the first time in the UK next month and some heading to the...

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At the ITU WTS San Diego event last weekend bluseventy athlete Gwen Jorgensen won and American National Championship but even bigger than that she became the first American female triathlete to win a WTS event.  Great Britain's Non Stanford, debuting in WTS events, charged hard late in the run to grab second place by a meter over Emma Moffat - putting blueseventy athletes on the top 2 steps of the podium.  San Diego was warm but cool water made it a wetsuit swim so both ladies donned their helix wetsuits to start the race. We caught up with Gwen after...

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  blueseventy are proud to work alongside the World's fastest open water swimmers. To help you improve your training and race prep we've asked them to share with you their personal tips, rituals and advice. Click here to download.

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  Four up and coming junior triathletes, all supported byblueseventy, made the long trip from snowy Britain to boiling hot Sydney for the Australian Youth Olympics (16-20 Jan) and came away with three bronze medals. Young sensation Georgia Taylor Brown, the European Junior champion, and Scotland’s Marc Austin won bronze medals for Team GB on Sydney’s hottest day since 1939. The Youth Olympics features 1700 athletes taking part in seventeen sports over five days and aims to develop Olympians of the future. For the southern hemisphere athletes the event takes place mid-summer, but for those from the north it was...

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