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Arena signs the 'Iolani Swim Club
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Oct '10
Arena Swimwear, one of the leading performance waterwear companies in the world, announced a new partnership with the 'Iolani Swim Club, of Hawaii. Effective immediately, the team will compete wearing the revolutionary Arena Powerskin R-EVO and the Powerskin XP racing suits, and be outfitted with Arena team gear.

'Iolani Swim Club has a competitive swimming program which caters to the needs of swimmers of all ages and levels of development, from the six year-old beginner to the Olympic medallist.

"As a swimmer, I grew up wearing Arena and always viewed Arena as the leader in swimming technologies. As a coach I'm happy to see Arena return to the US as the leader. I want my swimmers to feel the same pride and confidence that I did when I wore Arena,” said Head Coach of the 'Iolani Swim Club, Bobby Brewer. “From the best Olympians in the world to our age group swimmers there is no doubt in my mind that the best swimmers want to be in Arena. Hawaii Swimming has a long history of producing some of the greatest swimmers in the world. The Iolani Swim Club aims to bring that former glory back to Hawaii Swimming and Arena shares that vision."

“The 'Iolani Swim Club is an exciting partnership for Arena to show it's versatility through all ages of swimming,” said Bryan Smeltzer. “We are proud to welcome Coach Brewer and his swimmers to the Arena team and look forward to seeing his team compete in the upcoming swim season.”

Beginning this season, the 'Iolani Swim Club will compete wearing Arena performance driven Powerskin R-EVO and XP suits – the lightest and fastest racing swimsuits ever produced by Arena. This revolutionary new Powerskin line is also worn by Arena's Elite team swimmers Rebecca Soni, Aaron Peirsol and Eric Shanteau, has proven to be the fastest and the lightest racing swimsuit ever made with a 100% textile material.

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