Well as the cold weather persists one warming thought is the households that will light up in the next 4 days as the Olympics begin and Australians join the masses of people from around the world, who will be sleep deprived but happy as the watch there favourite sports people compete.
In our house the kids will celebrating by heading back out into the ocean to resume there board training for the next season of nippers and yes it will be cold. Then they will rug up and get ready for the opening ceremony of the games.
Yes it has been to long since I have kept you up to date with the goings on of Racer. I think the cold weather and the rain were getting to me. I am pleased to let you know that Willow size and 8 and 10 girls is back in stock and we have the first of our new extended range with Pearl costumes in size 10.
They look gorgeous on and the feedback from older girls is that they too would like to be able to wear this costume. We are very close to unveiling our new two piece design, which I am sure you will be dying to wear on the beach and in the pool this spring.
We are very keen for any feedback you have so please let us know your comments on our swimmers.
Rug up and enjoy the sun when it pops out like it has today. Till next time.
Well we have our first printed promotion in Little Angel, we would like to thank everyone for there support so far and look forward to seeing more racer swimwear out and about. We have a new batch of size 8's due in the next week with an extended range, so keep your eye out for there arrival. Yes its been very wet but remember these swimmers will be the envy of all your friends as you make your way up and down the pool at training this winter.
Exciting news racer swimwear is having its first photo's published in the next edition of "Little Angel" it comes out on the 23rd April so keeps your eye out for it. Click here to have a look at Little Angel online
So it was the regional swimming carnival last week and my son who was wearing racer swimwear of course was there representing the east in a couple of events. He discovered the hard way that if you turn to soon in the backstroke and don't push hard off the wall, the sensor pad doesn't register. So despite coming second, he was disqualified, ending his hopes to go to state. With a slightly battered ego in tow, he will never turn early in a backstroke race again.
To all you young backstroke swimmers make sure you don't make the same mistake.