Best Material For Competitive Swimsuit in 2020
BALEAF Women's Athletic Training Adjustable Strap One Piece Swimsuit Swimwear Bathing Suit Red 38
BYLIKE Girl Professional Competitive Racerback Swimsuit One-Piece Athletic Bathing Suit (152(10-12 Years Old), Black)
- One-Piece suit. U-neck, wide shoulder straps, backless design
- Close-fitting and quick dry fabric. Comfortable for girls to wear when learning swim
- Color: colorful, black, nave blue. Perfect gift for girls to their training, lessons, holidays snorkeling, surfing and races and all other water sports activities
- Imported!!! This is Asian size(NOT US SIZE), please check the size carefully based on your girl HEIGHT and WEIGHT. Please order ONE SIZE UP if your kids are bigger than average weight. if you can not make sure the size, please contact us and tell us that your girls ' age, height and weight, so we will recommend you the right size.Thank you for your cooperation!
- Hand wash best, temperature is below 30 degrees Celsius, durable and long lasting
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
TYR Adult Alliance T-Splice Maxback Swimsuit, 32, Black/White
- Made using the highest quality materials
- Tested to give you the edge in all your activities
- Used by both professional and recreational users
CharmLeaks Womens Competitive Swimsuits Water Aerobic Swimwear Exercise Blue M
- Built with sewn-in soft bra and elastic chest band for totally wirefree
- Designed with chlorine resistant and stretchy fabric for endurable and quick drying
- Racer back and splicing wide shoulder straps feature larger range of movement
- Athletic medium cut leg one piece swimsuit,perfect for women,teens and junior
- Front lined ensures modest coverage and sun-protection for outdoor water activities
361 Boxer Swimsuit for Men and Boys Athletic Square Leg Jammer Swim Suits Chlorine Resistant Blue, XXL (Waist 32''-34'')
- 【Durable & Stylish】：Shell 85% nylon+15% spandex. This men's jammer swim suit is made of durable soft material, seam well, suitable for swim team daily training and racing. Bright fashion pattern make you stand out.
- 【Chlorine Resistant Swimwear 】: quality swimsuits for men and boys, retaining color and shape, quick dry, lightweight, last long
- 【Drawstring】: 2.5cm elastic waistband with non-slip drawstring to adjust waist, lining at front prevents transparancy..
- 【Comfortable Fit】: athletic swim jammer, soft and snugg fit, help to reduce water drag. Anti bagging. Plus size for the big and tall.
- 【Stretch & Compression】: good stretchy competitive swimming trunks creates freedom of movement | Made with strong seam construction, No transparance
Flow Girls Swimsuit - One Piece Crossback Competitive Swimsuit Youth Sizes 23 to 30 in Black, Navy, and Blue (30, Blue)
- 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.
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
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SYROKAN Women's Sleek Solid Elite Training Sport Athletic One Piece Swimsuit Navy 36 inch-Soft Cup
- Slightly padded for better shape
- Smooth snug supportive fit might speed you up
- Thin straps look a bit more feminine
- Fabric hydrophobic reduces resistance of water
- Modest square neckline cut, cross keyhole back
SYROKAN Women's Sleek Solid Elite Training Sport Athletic One Piece Swimsuit Black 32 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
George Clooney's Big Year: Predicting the 2020 Oscar Winners
Expect the 'Descendants' star to win Best Actor, even though his movie has serious competition for the big prize
Best Original Screenplay: Midnight in Paris, by Woody Allen. One of this year's most wide-open categories, this race includes a mainstream favorite (Bridesmaids) and the most celebrated foreign film of the last 12 months, The Artist. Either could score a win, because some voters may opt for Bridesmaids out of sympathy for the movie's failure to land a slot in the Best Picture race, and The Artist might carry momentum as an overall frontrunner (only Hugo scored more nominations). However, one should never underestimate the Woodman. One of the most Oscar-nominated writers in history, Allen enjoyed a major commercial comeback with Midnight in Paris, and, lest we forget, it's a movie about writers competing in a category whose winner is picked by writers.
Best Adapted Screenplay: The Descendants, by Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon, and Jim Rash. An exquisite adaptation of a character-driven novel that director/co-writer Payne used as a platform for exploring deep issues of duplicity, grief, loneliness, and loss, The Descendants was easily the best grown-up movie of the year. It's also the kind of film Hollywood rarely makes anymore, so writers may celebrate this script as a means of sending a message about the importance of catering to the adult demographic instead of merely pandering to kids. The movie's closest competitor is probably another smart drama for grown-ups, Moneyball, which was cowritten by last year's winner in this race, Aaron Sorkin.
Best Director: Alexander Payne, The Descendants. Payne's last picture was the multiple Oscar nominee Sideways, and his enviable résumé also includes About Schmidt and Election. He's the kind of serious, sophisticated artist whom the Academy likes to celebrate, and The Descendants also represents an important feat of filmmaking because Payne made the picture on a slim budget and guided an eclectic cast of newcomers and veterans toward delivering across-the-board great performances. Payne deserves this win, though it could get stolen away by perennial favorite Martin Scorsese, who demonstrated his ability to thrive outside his comfort zone with the family-friendly Hugo, or by French filmmaker Michael Hazanvicius, whose The Artist is a love song to cinema.
Best Supporting Actress: Octavia Spencer, The Help. In addition to giving the Academy an opportunity to reward African-American acting, something the Academy hasn't done nearly often enough in its eight-decade history, Spencer's performance as a put-upon maid in The Help is the kind of crowd-pleasing (read: obvious) role that cuts through all sorts of resistance; she's the showiest performer among the ensemble cast of an extremely popular movie. Spencer's win in this category has been preordained for months, so chances are the only person truly nipping at her heels is Bridesmaids breakout Melissa McCarthy. That said, it's hard to imagine the Academy picking a comedienne whose biggest moment involved explosive diarrhea over a dramatic actress who channeled the anguish of a people trapped in humiliating servitude.
Best Supporting Actor: Christopher Plummer, Beginners. In a long career that includes everything from costarring in The Sound of Music to playing a villain in a Star Trek movie, Plummer has quietly accrued decades of exceptional work without winning an Oscar, positioning him to a win that doubles as a lifetime-achievement prize. Luckily, his performance is wonderful, so he deserves the award on every level. The same could be said of the great Max Von Sydow, whose acting in the 9/11-themed drama Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is completely wordless, since his character is voluntarily mute. Still, Plummer's momentum has been building for so long (Beginners hit theaters months before Extremely Loud) that his progress to the podium seems unstoppable.
Best Actress: Viola Davis, The Help. This category is a solid three-way race between Davis, Meryl Streep, and Michelle Williams. Like Spencer, Davis shined in a popular movie about the kind of hermetically sealed Noble Subject Matter the Academy loves; unlike Spencer, Davis showcased deep and subtle emotion instead of outlandish wisecracks. That Davis would only be the second black woman to win Best Actress makes her win all the more likely; voters like to be part of making history. Streep is the most-nominated actor, male or female, in Academy history, but even though her performance as onetime British prime minister Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady is very good, it's merely the latest in a long string of great Streep performances instead of a once-in-a-lifetime masterwork. Similarly, Michelle Williams' enjoyable turn as Marilyn Monroe in the so-so My Week With Marilyn is great but not that great. Streep's brand name or the challenge of channeling Monroe will curry favor, but it seems probable Davis will capture the prize.
Best Actor: George Clooney, The Descendants. Playing a confused dad sorting out his relationships with his two daughters as he discovers disturbing facts about his comatose wife, Clooney goes deeper than he ever has in The Descendants, underlining his steady evolution from a charismatic leading man to a world-class actor. He's also well-liked in Hollywood for his charitable work, good sportsmanship, and smooth handling of the cocktail-party circuit, so he will almost certainly win. The actor best positioned to upset Clooney is not his pal Brad Pitt, who was very good in Moneyball, but rather Frenchman Jean Dujardin, from The Artist. Like Von Sydow, Dujardin wowed viewers without the benefit of dialogue, which might be impressive enough to meet some people's definition of the year's best male performance. Happily, all three serious contenders for the Best Actor prize did Oscar-worthy work, so a win for any of them would be good news.
Best Picture: The Descendants. Throughout awards season, there's been a steady back-and-forth between The Artist, Hazanvicius' charmer about a silent-movie star, and The Descendants, with other movies scrambling for scraps by winning prizes captured by neither The Artist nor The Descendants. Right now, conventional wisdom holds that The Artist will win, since it scored the second-highest number of nominations and therefore has strong momentum, but it's possible that enough voters will balk at voting for a foreign film to let Payne's wonderful movie slide into pole position. However, it's imprudent to limit the competition to two titles since nine movies received Best Picture nominations, meaning that in theory, any of the flicks could sneak a win. Of the second-tier candidates, the movie with the best chance of outpacing the frontrunners is Hugo, which had the year's largest number of nominations.