11 Best Triathlon Swimsuit

Updated on: December 2020

Best Triathlon Swimsuit in 2020


TYR Women's Solid Diamondback Swim Suit,Black,34

TYR Women's Solid Diamondback Swim Suit,Black,34
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

TYR Women's Solid Durafast Diamondback Workout Bikini,Black,Small

TYR Women's Solid Durafast Diamondback Workout Bikini,Black,Small
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Made using the highest quality materials
  • Tested to give you the edge in all your activities
  • Used by both professional and recreational users

RunBreeze Women's Triathlon Suit | Breathable, Quick-Drying Tri Suit with Dual Rear Pockets (Black/Cyan, Large (US 8-10))

RunBreeze Women's Triathlon Suit | Breathable, Quick-Drying Tri Suit with Dual Rear Pockets (Black/Cyan, Large (US 8-10))
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • The RunBreeze Triathlon Suit is designed by triathletes, for triathletes
  • High-grade, technical fabrics with a wide range of features to provide the ultimate in performance and comfort
  • Other features include dual rear pockets, premium padded protection and functional leg grippers
  • Stylish and ergonomic design to perfectly fit your body while you swim, bike and run
  • We love our products and know you'll love them too - but in the rare event that you experience any problems with our kit, we'll always be here to help

Speedo Men's Swimsuit Solid Jammer Endurance + USA Adult, Black, 34 Inch

Speedo Men's Swimsuit Solid Jammer Endurance + USA Adult, Black, 34 Inch
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • LONG-LASTING: Endurance+ fabric lasts 20x longer than ordinary swimwear so you can purchase confidently
  • QUICK-DRYING: Low-moisture absorption for fast comfort right out of the water
  • 4-WAY STRETCH: Move comfortably and freely with 4-way stretch technology
  • LIGHTWEIGHT: Never feel weighed down by your swimsuit again with lightweight fabric
  • DRAWSTRING: An inner drawstring allows for a customized and comfortable fit
  • NO PINCHING: A front gusset creates comfortable, breathable room around the crotch area

Sparx Women Triathlon Suit Tri Short Racing Cycling Swim Run (Small, Neon Orange)

Sparx Women Triathlon Suit Tri Short Racing Cycling Swim Run (Small, Neon Orange)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • These Triathlon suits made from High end 80% Polyamide / 20% Elastane Italian technical fabric wicks moisture away & dries very quickly. Keeps you cool & comfortable.
  • Technical Compression fabric reduce muscle vibration, a major cause of muscle fatigue. High Visibility: Reflective logos.
  • High End Italian Fabric has 4 way stretch directions which makes it incredibly comfortable fit like a second skin - no chafing or soreness.
  • Offers excellent UV protection UPF 50+ High Chlorine resistance. Gel thigh grippers.
  • 14" front zipper & Soft flexible mesh keeps your body cool & allows great ventilation. 6mm quick drying pad, 2 rear pockets, 1 thigh pocket on each leg.

BALEAF Women's Athletic Training Adjustable Strap One Piece Swimsuit Swimwear Bathing Suit Navy 36

BALEAF Women's Athletic Training Adjustable Strap One Piece Swimsuit Swimwear Bathing Suit Navy 36
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Chlorine resistant; Durable polyester fabric last longer than traditional Nylon fabric
  • Fully lined prevents fabric transparency and gives support
  • Built-in shelf bra with soft removable cups
  • Adjustable shoulder straps give you a custom fit
  • Medium neckline, keyhole back, and moderate leg cut

Speedo Women's Swimsuit One Piece ProLT Super Pro Solid Adult

Speedo Women's Swimsuit One Piece ProLT Super Pro Solid Adult
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • 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

CharmLeaks Women Aerobic Bathing Suit Swimming Laps One Piece Swimsuits Black L

CharmLeaks Women Aerobic Bathing Suit Swimming Laps One Piece Swimsuits Black L
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Athletic boyleg competition one piece swimsuit,perfect for women,teens and junior
  • Built with sewn-in soft bra pads for totally wirefree,provides suitable support and shape
  • Designed with chlorine resistant and stretchy fabric for endurable and quick drying
  • Racer back and splicing wide shoulder straps feature larger range of movement
  • Front lined ensures modest coverage and sun-protection for outdoor water activities

TSLA Men's Swim Jammer Racing Trunks UPF 50+ Sun Protection Endurance Triathlon Swimsuit, Classic(msj01) - Black, 36

TSLA Men's Swim Jammer Racing Trunks UPF 50+ Sun Protection Endurance Triathlon Swimsuit, Classic(msj01) - Black, 36
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • ★FULL REFUND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION GUARANTEED - If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, we will happily refund your account. NO RISK 100% Full Refund Assurance. **Contact us Directly★
  • 4-WAY STRETCH : For unrestrictive movement and performance
  • DURABILITY : Guaranteed to last much longer that other Swimwear or your money back assurance
  • FUNCTIONAL : Fast drying and moisture wicking for maintaining the best of conditions in and out of water
  • STRETCH DESIGN & DRAWSTRING : Superior stretch for comfort and interior Drawcord for added securing
  • MATERIALS : Mix of Polyester & Others for added Chlorine Resistance

BALEAF Women's Conservative Athletic Racerback One Piece Training Swimsuit Swimwear Bathing Suit Navy 38

BALEAF Women's Conservative Athletic Racerback One Piece Training Swimsuit Swimwear Bathing Suit Navy 38
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Chlorine resistant; Durable polyester fabric last longer than traditional Nylon fabric
  • Conservative coverage; Low leg cut and modest neckline
  • Racer back allows full range of arm motion; Wide straps offer enough support and comfort
  • Fully lined and built-in shelf bra with soft removable cups
  • Great for daily lap swimming and water aerobics; PLEASE CHECK OUR SIZE CHART BEFORE PURCHASE

Onvous Mens V2 Compression Racing Swimsuit & Cross-Training Jammer/Shorts(28) Grey

Onvous Mens V2 Compression Racing Swimsuit & Cross-Training Jammer/Shorts(28) Grey
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • ✔ SECURE FIT : FULL INSIDE LINER | Includes thick, water repellent, inside liner that extends from waistband to leg openings for a secure fit & body coverage | Water repellent liner allows better streamline and easy practical use (Easy to put on / take off)
  • ✔ COMFORT + COMPRESSION | Smooth inner liner with flexible outer fabric material creates optimal comfort with muscle compression | 4-way stretch creates freedom of movement for all four swimming strokes | Made with strong seam construction
  • ✔ INCLUDES DRAWSTRING | Includes built-in black adjustable drawstring on waistband | Water-resistant outer fabric minimizes water drag
  • ✔ IMPROVED SIZE CHART For sizing details refer to "Product Description" | Mid-waist to above-the-knee fit | Outseam length (waistband-to-leg opening): 18-20 inches | Front rise length (groin-to-waistband): 8-9 inches
  • ✔ 30 Day Money Back Guarantee + Free Return Shipping | 82% Polyester / 18% Spandex blend | 100% Polyester Full Inside Liner | Outseam length (waistband-to-leg opening): 18-20 inches | Color: Metallic Navy | 100% Authentic Onvous Material

Surviving a Chaotic Triathlon Swim Start

Triathlon swims can start in a chaotic manner. Gives these ideas some thought before you dive in.

I remember the first mass swim start I had. Near the Montauk Lighthouse in water that was a chilly 67 degrees. Considerable chop from a substantial "breeze" angled in on the beach. Beautiful but blinding sun rising exactly in the direction we would swim. Certainly a picturesque way to start my first sprint triathlon.

Unfortunately for me, it didn't stay that way too long.

I had trained fairly well, as best as a newbie could, so I felt confident, even underneath the serious pre-race jitters, that I could navigate the swim well. I knew I was not a great swimmer, more of a survivalist who was athletic enough to enter a triathlon. All in all, I thought I could get through easily enough and then jump on the bike where I could find my strength.

Well, plans don't always work so well. When the race director blew the horn, everything went wrong. I allowed adrenaline to get the best of me, and I entered the water too quickly. I ended up bunched with swimmers who had more strength and competence than me. What happened next was a true, unadulterated pummeling.

Not only did I swallow several mouthfuls of salt water, but I got kicked in the upper lip and nose remarkably hard. It knocked the goggles off my face and bloodied one nostril. No more than 50 meters into the swim and I was disoriented and in trouble.

I spent the next 900 or so meters trying to recover, mixing swim strokes and hanging on for dear life. I exited the water dejected and physically spent. It took me more than half the bike to get refocused and concentrated.

After the race, I resolved to have a real plan that could thwart what I had done. I wanted to be angry with all those swimmers who literally hammered me, especially the guy who slammed my face. But, the reality was that all they did was swim. It was my fault that I got hurt.

So, here are a few ideas that I considered when devising the right plan for me in all the races that have followed that difficult first day.

1. Be honest: I probably didn't assess my own ability well enough. Even if I let the adrenaline of race morning get to me, I never should have been in the neighborhood with those better swimmers. I needed to be blatantly clear with how good I was. We all know deep down how good we are. Recognize it and make your decision about where to start based on the truth.

2. Start wide, not late: Some weaker swimmers let the pack go way ahead and then enter the water. It makes a lot of sense, but try starting wide instead. The good swimmers will work to be as straight as possible with the first buoy, so go out wide and find a comfortable space. Here you can get into the race immediately while staying out of the chaos.

3. Anticipate contact and trouble: No triathlon swim, unless you are the first guy out and swim like a dolphin, is free from contact. I have to remind myself that with each race comes a new set of bumps and knocks in the water. Mass starts have a ton of people swimming toward the same place, all of whom have their heads in the water, essentially blind, for 80% of the time. Basically, you're going to get hit. Anticipate it so that you don't lose your composure like I did.

4. You'll do it too: People aren't just going to hit you. You will hit them accidentally too, so be accepting and realize this. In that same race that I got knocked in the mouth, I also slapped a guy's ear and swam across another person's legs. It happens.

5. Draft: Unlike in the bike portion, drafting in swimming is fine. I try to get on someone's heels who swims my pace. This helps me stay straight, and it keeps me from banging bodies with too many others. This works really well if I happen to be racing with guys I know. We can kind of help navigate the course together.

6. Know it's mental: As physical as it all sounds, the challenge is in your head. You can handle the physical side of contact, but recovering from it is mental. Before getting in the water, take the time to walk yourself through potential scenarios so that you know how to manage them when they occur.

Overall, triathlon is a welcoming sport that is about personal accomplishment and inspiration. I try to keeps these ideas in mind before any race so that the experience is one I can remember and enjoy.

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