NCSA Junior Nationals in Orlando Florida
Free SwimSpray for Junior National Swimmers
We've often heard from swimmers that the chlorine
is particularly bothersome at big swim meets. This observation makes sense. During large meets, the chorine levels are often raised to accommodate the higher amounts of biological materials introduced by large numbers of swimmers.
Also, at swim meets, swimmers tend to swim more frequently than during training. They go through multiple warm-up, race, warm-down cycles instead of just one swim.
On account of the above factors, swimmers may be particularly bothered by chlorine at big swim meets. This year's NCSA Junior National meet has 1800 participants. We are hoping to help them swim without being bothered by chlorine this year.
Good luck and fast swimming everyone!
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