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  • Czerniak wins Gold over 100m butterfly in HEAD Ultimate LSR

    December 9th, 2011

    One day after his victory over 50m freestyle Konrad Czerniak also wins Gold in 100m butterfly, in a thrilling finish he beats Russian world-record holder Evgeny KOROTYSHKIN. Konrad Czerniak was using HEAD Ultimate LSR eyewear in latest Silicone technology.

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  • Silver for Markus Rogan over 200m IM at European Championships in Poland

    December 8th, 2011

    In a dramatic 200m IM final HEAD Athlete Markus Rogan wins Silver in excellent 1:53:63, just beaten by Hungarian Laszlo Cseh. Markus was once again using his HEAD Liquidfire race-suit and HEAD Stealth race goggles.

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  • Konrad Czerniak wins Gold over 50m Freestyle in HEAD Ultimate LSR

    December 8th, 2011

    after having tested HEAD Ultimate LSR race goggles few weeks ago, Polish top-swimmer Konrad Czerniak used his new HEAD goggles the first time in competition at the European championships in his home-country and won Gold over 50m freestyle.

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  • Head Athletes dominate Dutch International Championships in Eindhoven

    December 5th, 2011

    After George Bovell's 2nd place in the 50m freestyle event on friday, Austrian swim-star Markus Rogan won the 400m IM race in new personal best time and is one of the favourites for a medal at the European championships taking place from Dec 8th-11th in Poland. Both Head athletes were swimming in HEAD Liquidfire race suits und were using HEAD Ste [..]

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  • George Bovell second place in The Dutch Open Championships

    December 2nd, 2011

    Against the splendid backdrop in "Pieter van den Hoogenband Swimming Stadium" in Eindhoven. Geoorge Bovell get another fantastic placement, second place in the 50 Mt FR Follow the link and to find his race equipment

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  • Markus Rogan wins qualifying meeting for European Championships in the Aqua Nova Arena in Wr. Neustadt, Austria.

    November 28th, 2011

    After having won the 400m IM race on Saturday, HEAD athlete Markus Rogan today also dominated the 200m IM event and won in strong 1:55:07. Markus Rogan: it’s exciting having to swim that fast in my home country to win, the clear target is a medal at the upcoming European Championships in Poland Markus was once again was swimming in his HEAD [..]

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  • George Bovell will participate The Dutch Open Championships Swimming 2011

    November 9th, 2011

    We are proud to announce that George Bovell will participate to The Dutch Open Championships Swimming 2011 will take place from 2 until 4 december, in the "Pieter van den Hoogenband Swimming Stadium" in Eindhoven. The Championships are approved by the FINA as an event where swimmers can achieve the Olympic Qualifying Time. He will swim the 50m f [..]

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  • Markus Rogan ends 2nd in the 400m IM race at the Worldcup event in Beijing

    November 8th, 2011

    Great succes in Beijing for Markus Markus Rogan 2nd at the 200m IM race in Beijing After his 2nd place in the 400m IM race, Head Athlete Markus Rogan also became 2nd in the 200m IM event in Beijing. Markus is using the latest HEAD Liquidfire race-suit technology. Markus was using the new HEAD LIQUIDFIRE race-suit technology for the first [..]

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  • Markus Rogan joins HEAD, beats Ian Thorpe and ends 3rd in the 400m IM final in Singapore

    November 4th, 2011

    Having entered Competitive Swimming at the recent Shanghai world-championships, HEAD is glad to announce that 31x medal winner and former European and World-champion, Markus Rogan, joins HEAD starting with the current FINA World-Cup event in Singapore. In the 100m IM event Markus had the fastest qualifying time and was beating former world-rec [..]

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  • HEAD Swimming’s Anna-Carin Nordin completes 44 km swim in Hawaii

    November 2nd, 2011

    HEAD Swimming’s Channel swimmer Anna-Carin Nordin succeeded with another great accomplishment. On Tuesday October 25, Anna-Carin became the 18th person to swim the Molokai channel, between Islands Molokai to Oahu in Hawaii. The distance of 44 km took 18 hours and 22 minutes non- stop swimming to compete. The conditions were tough with strong head [..]

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