11 Best Competitive Swimsuits
Updated on: May 2023
Best Competitive Swimsuits in 2023
TYR Women's Solid Diamondback Swim Suit,Navy,36
Speedo Women's Swimsuit One Piece ProLT Super Pro Solid Adult
- LONG-LASTING FABRIC: ProLT fabric is designed to give swimmers long-lasting durability and stretch
- QUICK-DRYING: Low-moisture absorption for fast comfort right out of the water
- SUPER PRO BACK: Wide straps for ultimate support and comfort in the water
- RACING CUT: High leg cut for high-performance swimming
- FRONT & BACK LINING: For a smooth look and extra layering colder waters
Speedo Female One Piece Swimsuit - Solid Flyback Training Suit, 28, Black/Black
- Engineered from our exclusive, longest lasting and best-selling Endurance+ fabric
- 100% chlorine resistant fabric designed to lasts 20 times longer than conventional swimwear fabrics.Fabric: 50% Polyester/50% PBT
- Four-Way Stretch technology providing a body-hugging fit, great shape retention and soft comfort
- Thin, streamlined straps are reinforced with overlap binding for extra durability
- Quick-drying and 20 times more fade resistant than standard swimwear fabric
Adoretex Girl's/Women's Thin Strap Pro Athletic Swimsuit-FN031-Maroon-30
- Fabric : 80% Nylon, 20% Xtra Life Lycra, Lining : 90% Polyester, 10% Spandex.
- Extra life lycra fabric with the improved long-lasting fit and lasts 5-10 times longer than ordinary Spandex. Super-strong flat-lock stitching.
- Provides exceptional chlorine resistance. Improved comfort with a softer feel and superior shape retention.
- To protect color, hand wash with cold water and wind dry. Do not hang the suit in the sun to dry.
- PLEASE GO 1-2 SIZE UP THAN REGULAR. (CHECK OUR SIZE CHART BEFORE ORDERING)
Flow Girls Swimsuit - One Piece Crossback Competitive Swimsuit Youth Sizes 23 to 30 in Black, Navy, and Blue (28, Black)
- COMPOSITION: 90% polyester 10% spandex.
- FABRIC: Built for durability, reduced water absorption and speed. Single layered material that is breathable, quick drying and chlorine resistant.
- SPORTY DESIGN: This one piece swimsuit features a popular athletic style in solid colors with a crescent pattern and streamlined racerback straps. Ideal for training, competition, and fitness swimming.
- QUALITY: Flow Accelerate swimsuits are quality suits that will last. Over extended use, this swimsuit will not become baggy or sag.
- SIZING: See size chart image on the left for correct sizing. Youth sizes available for little girls to young women with in between sizes for an even better fit.
SYROKAN Women's Sleek Solid Elite Training Sport Athletic One Piece Swimsuit Black 36 inch
- No padding - double layer fabric in bust area for breathability and comfort
- Thin straps look a bit more feminine
- Fabric hydrophobic reduces resistance of water
- Modest square neckline cut, cross keyhole back
- Moderate leg line and rear coverage
ALove Competitive One Piece Swimsuits for Women Athletic Racerback Swimwear Large Black
- No padding, Double layered and fully lined sports swimsuit
- Medium neckline, Moderate cut leg training swimwear for women
- Thin and streamlined straps with wide open keyhole for freedom of motion
- Durable and Chlorine-resistant fabric helps retain shape and prevents fading
- Professional athletic bathing suit is ideal for fitness and regular training
beautyin Competitive Swimsuits for Women Racerback Bathing Suit one Piece Swimming XL
- Sporty one peice swimsuit featuring wide straps plus racerback design won't restrict arm movement
- Splicing with contrast detailing at side made this swimming suit slimming and cool.
- Wireless stay put bra with inserted elastic band for great support and shape
- Athletic swimwear is made with lightweight, stretchy fabric, dries quickly and retains its shape.
- 100% chlorine proof and 100% colorfast to stand up against continual use in a chlorinated pool.
Nike Solid Poly Cut-Out Tank Swimsuit Black 26
- Lined for coverage
- Lower neckline
- Open back: For flexibility
- Thin straps: For comfort
beautyin Womens Bollow Back One Piece Bathing Suit Competitive Swimsuit Swimwear XL Black-red
- Athletic swimsuit features wide shoulder straps and soft built-in cups
- Sporty, contrast side splicing and piping creates a slimming effect
- Pro racerback offers supportive, boy leg design offer comfortable and more cover
- Chlorine-resistant fabric helps retain shape and prevents fading
- Suitable for diving, swimming, surfing, snorkeling, underwater working or other water sports
Nike Swim Girls' Big Crossback One Piece Swimsuit, Laser Fuchsia Rush Whirl, M
- Ergonomic enhanced fit designed for the young athlete
- Cross back design for natural motion
- Flat seams for reduced chafing
‘American Idol’ Season 12 Premiere: 5 Surprising Moments
The Season 12 premiere of “American Idol” wasn’t nearly as predictable as expected, with a few surprises as the top TV talent competition kicked off its new season. Check out what surprised us—and what didn’t
The Season 12 premiere of "American Idol" wasn't nearly as predictable as expected. In fact, there were quite a few surprises as the top TV talent competition kicked off its new season.
Check out what surprised us-and what didn't.
The diva drama was showcased right off the bat
We knew the diva drama between new judges Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj would be addressed (how could it not?), but it was a shock how fast producers of the show got right into it, especially after all the talk about how the divas' feud was overblown. The first contestant of the day literally interrupted the ladies' bickering over accessories, of all things, and by the end of his audition the B-word was being flung around, albeit in a playful way. (We think.) Add a few comic-book style graphics ("Ka-pow!") and you've set the stage for a season that's sure to be filled with fireworks.
We actually liked Nicki
Surprise, surprise! While the rapper has been getting a bad rap for her on-set antics, the premiere episode showed a kinder, gentler Nicki Minaj. In fact, she was downright likeable, and the first to console the dream-crushed contestants. She even made one rejected boy's day by planting a red kiss on his cheek. That said, she needs to keep the British-speaking alter ego at bay -- that's where we draw the line!
The judges weren't pushovers
Thinking back to two seasons ago and then-new judges Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez, who were so afraid of hurting anyone's feelings in the early auditions that they came off as total softies, we kind of expected the same for this crew. The Demon of Screamin' and J-Lo learned quickly (Randy wasn't having it!), but this batch of newbies are being harsh from day one. In fact, this season a sad back story doesn't make you a shoe-in, even if you have a decent singing voice. (Just ask Evan Ruggiero, who lost his leg to cancer, gave a really good audition that had the judges singing along, but still didn't get the gold).
And for the record, a personal invite from Randy does not guarantee you a golden ticket to Hollywood, either. New this season: People can "nominate" "Idol" contestants. (You know, people who may not be all that excited about stepping in front of the spotlight, and may need that extra push). So it was good news for Jessica Kartalis, when Randy Jackson showed up at one of her shows with a personal invite to audition for the show, right? The singer threw caution to the wind and sang an original, but got off track with her guitar playing. The judges told her to come back next year, which just goes to show that Randy showing up at your gig doesn't mean squat.
The Mariah emulators were out in full force, but the show's resident rapper had a fan too
Amid the endless array of auditions by enamored Mariah Carey fans, one country-singing contestant did her rap homework and rattled off Nicki Minaj's "Super Bass" like nobody's business. Nicki was loving it (Mariah? Not as much), and it was a complete turnaround for the blueberry farmer who started out her audition with a predictable Carrie Underwood song.
Keith Urban is funny
If you only know Keith Urban's more serious side (his struggles with addiction have been well documented, and the liner notes to his "Get Closer" CD contain a mushy love letter to his wife Nicole Kidman), you'll be surprised to find that on "Idol" he's downright funny. Who knew the Aussie country singer had such a wit? He hid under the table during one crazy audition, and told one over-the-top contestant, "You need to come out of your shell, brother." Well spoken, mate!
"American Idol" Season 12 airs on Wednesdays and Thursdays on FOX.
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