The bold LZR
Series is KC's flagship LED product line, featuring the 3" LZR
Cube, the 4" LZR
Round and the LZR
LED Light Bars that come in 10", 20", 30", 40" and 50" lengths.
Speedo's new system covers less of the body than the LZR
, but incorporates a cap, goggles and a suit, the Daily Mail reported.
was overtaken by the 100 per cent polyurethane efforts which propelled swimming into a different realm with records cut by staggering margins.
Adlington was emphatic when asked if she was looking forward to the return of the textile suits next year, although the Speedo LZR
was itself described as "technological doping" last year and its impact on Beijing enormous.
Britain's Joanne Jackson was second and compatriot Adlington third in Speedo's LZR
suit, which was the first of the new costumes but has now been usurped by the likes of Jaked.
But the ban won't come into effect until 2010 - and Britain's double Olympic champ Rebecca Adlington admits she may be at a disadvantage in tomorrow's 400m freestyle by sticking with the partial polyurethane Speedo LZR
Yet swimmers regularly shave milliseconds off existing records, though never before with such frequency; at the heart of this apparently stunning progress is a Nasa-designed bodysuit known as the LZR
Racer, launched by British firm Speedo almost 12 months ago.
The biggest splash at the games may have been Speedo's revolutionary LZR
Racer swimsuit that propelled almost all of the swimming medal winners to the award stand.
TOKYO Eoe1/4" JapanEoe1/4aos double Olympic champion Kosuke Kitajima shattered the world 200-metre breaststroke record here yesterday, wearing SpeedoEoe1/4aos blockbuster LZR
Racer swimsuit on a trial basis.
a Japanese producer of high-tech LZR
Racer swimming suits under license from British sportswear maker Speedo, saw its stock go limit-down on the Tokyo market Monday despite Speedo-clad Kosuke Kitajima's gold medal in the men's 100-meter breaststroke final at the Beijing Olympics.
Racer by Speedo has playing a role in 44 of 48 records set already this year, despite the FINA Handbook stating: "No swimmer shall be permitted to use or wear any device that may aid speed, buoyancy or endurance.
Then came the news that Speedo's 'Supersuit', the LZR
Racer, may be responsible for the avalanche of world records in swimming seen in the run-up to the Olympic Games.