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As top American swimmers compete for a spot in the Beijing Olympics, another fight is threatening to overshadow the action in the water. NBC’s Leanne Gregg reports. (more)



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It’s been said that clothes make the man, but can a suit make the swimmer? That’s the question at the US Olympic swimming trials today in Omaha, Nebraska. A revolutionary new swimsuit has been getting as much attention as the athletes wearing them. NBC`s Leanne Gregg has our story.

 

At the US swimming trials in Omaha, more than the athletes are making a splash, it’s all about what they are wearing.

 

“When I put that suit on, I had all best thumbs".

 

That suit is a LZR, Speedo's new racer that took more than 3 years and millions of dollars to develop.

 

“You know, it’s faster, the swimmers love it.”

 

Tested by NASA, the suits designed to reduce drag with bounded seams and fabric that compresses the body.

 

“Speedo claims its suit is working, so far this year, from swimmers wearing the LZR, at least 38 world records are counted.”

 

Prompting some international competitors to compare the LZR with technological doping.

 

“Clearlessly, we'd like to think it's Speedo. We are working as hard to make a suit faster, as the swimmers and coaches are in the pool to make the swimmer faster.”

 

“we start pulling the back and come down to major…… ” 

Another swimsuit maker claims its suits are breaking records too.

 

“I broke the American record in the 200 butterfly in this suit.”

 

TYR says it has one of the best hi-tech racers in the market.

 

“You can take in two different path to the same stop, and we have both achieved a lot of success so far.”

 

So many athletes are wearing the LZR that TYR filed a lawsuit claiming Speedo with help from USA Swimming has an unfair advantage over other swimsuit makers, something the sports governing body and Speedo denies.

 

It’s a new era of swimsuits, that began with Australian Ian Thorpe, who won five medals at the Sydney Games while wearing a full body suit. He wore one again for more Olympic glory in Athens, so did Michael Phelps, who plans to wear a LZR during the trials.

 

“I have a nonsuit  question, sorry.”

 

“You are now my favorite.”

 

But for many swimmers, it's not about the suit.

 

“I might just reach to my backpack, and whatever I grab out, that’s what I might wear.”

 

And most are hoping the attention on swimsuits will not overshadow those winning in the water.

 

Leanne Gregg, NBC News, Omaha, Nebraska.

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It`s been said that cloth make the man, but can a suit make the swimmer? That`s the question at the US Olympic swimming trials today in Omaha, Nebraska. Are revolutionary new swim suit has been getting as much attention as the athletes wearing them. NBC`s Leanne Gregg has our story.

 

At the US swimming trials in Omaha, more than athletes are making a splash, it`s all about what they are wearing.

 

“When I put that suit on, I had all best times.”

 

That suit is a laser, Speedo`s new racer that took more than 3 years and millions of dollars to develop.

 

“You know, it`s faster, the swimmers love it.”

 

Tested by NASA, the suits designed to reduce drag with bounded * and fabric that compresses the body.

 

“Speedo claims its suit is working, so far this year, from swimmers wearing the laser, at least 38 world records and counted.”

 

Crumpling some international competitors, to compare the laser with technological doping.

 

“Clearly, we like the things *Speedo, we are working hard to make a suit faster, as the swimmers in * are in the pool, it makes them faster.”

 

Another swimsuit maker claims its suits are breaking records too.

 

“I broke the American record in the swim of butterfly in the suit.”

 

Tear says it has one of the best high-tech racers in the market.

 

“You can take two different * to the same stuff, and we are both * a lot of * so far.”

 

So many athletes are wearing the laser that * a lawsuit claiming Speedo with help from USA swimming has an unfair advantage over other swimsuit makers, something the sports governing body and Speedo denies. It`s a new era of swimsuits, that began with Australian *, who won five medals at the Sydney games while wearing a full body suit, he won one again for more Olympic glory and *, so did Michael Phelps, who plans to wear a laser during the trials.

 

“I have announce the questions, sorry.”

 

“You are now my favorite.”

 

But for many swimmers, is not abut the suit.

 

“I, my just reached my back, * whatever I * about is what I wear.”

 

And most are hoping the attention on swimsuits will not overshadow those swimming in the water.

 

Leanne Gregg, NBC News, Omaha, Nebraska.

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It’s been said that cloth make the man, but can a suit make the swimmer? That’s the question at the US Olympic swimming trials today in Omaha, Nebraska. Are revolutionary new swim suit has been getting as much attention as the athletes wearing them. NBC`s Leanne Gregg has our story.

 

At the US swimming trials in Omaha, more than athletes are making a splash, it’s all about what they are wearing.

 

“When I put that suit on, I had all best times.”

 

That suit is a laser, Speedo`s new racer that took more than 3 years and millions of dollars to develop.

 

“You know, it’s faster, the swimmers love it.”

 

Tested by NASA, the suits designed to reduce drag with bounded seams and fabric that compresses the body.

 

“Speedo claims its suit is working, so far this year, from swimmers wearing the laser, at least 38 world records are counted.”

 

Crumpling some international competitors, you can compare the laser with technological doping.

 

“Clearly (这里有个词), we like the things as Speedo, we are working hard to make a suit faster, as the swimmers in * are in the pool, it makes them best.”

 

Another swimsuit maker claims its suits are breaking records too.

 

“I broke the American record in the swim of butterfly in the suit.”

 

Tear says it has one of the best high-tech racers in the market.

 

“You can take two different parts to the same stuff, and we are both * a lot of * so far.”

 

So many athletes are wearing the laser that * a lawsuit claiming Speedo with help from USA swimming has an unfair advantage over other swimsuit makers, something the sports governing body and Speedo denies. It’s a new era of swimsuits, that began with Australian *, who won five medals at the Sydney games while wearing a full body suit, he won one again for more Olympic glory in Athens, so did Michael Phelps, who plans to wear a laser during the trials.

 

“I have announce the questions, sorry.”

 

“You are now my favorite.”

 

But for many swimmers, is not abut the suit.

 

“I, my just reached my back, * whatever I * about is what I wear.”

 

And most are hoping the attention on swimsuits will not overshadow those swimming in the water.

 

Leanne Gregg, NBC News, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

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It’s been said that clothes make the man, but can a suit make the swimmer? That’s the question at the US Olympic swimming trials today in Omaha, Nebraska. A revolutionary new swim suit has been getting as much attention as the athletes wearing them. NBC`s Leanne Gregg has our story.

 

At the US swimming trials in Omaha, more than athletes are making a splash, it’s all about what they are wearing.

 

“When I put that suit on, I had all best  thumbs.”

 

That suit is a laser, Speedo`s new racer that took more than 3 years and millions of dollars to develop.

 

“You know, it’s faster, the swimmers love it.”

 

Tested by NASA, the suits designed to reduce drag with bounded seams and fabric that compresses the body.

 

“Speedo claims its suit is working, so far this year, from swimmers wearing the laser, at least 38 world records are counted.”

 

Crumpling some international competitors, to compare the laser with technological doping.

 

“Clearly (这里有个词), we like the things as Speedo, we are working as hard to make a suit faster, as the swimmers and coaches are in the pool, it makes them best.”

 

Another swimsuit maker claims its suits are breaking records too.

 

“I broke the American record in the 200 butterfly in this suit.”

 

Tear says it has one of the best high-tech racers in the market.

 

“You can take two different parts to the same stuff, and we are both achieve a lot of success so far.”

 

So many athletes are wearing the laser that * a lawsuit claiming Speedo with help from USA swimming has an unfair advantage over other swimsuit makers, something the sports governing body and Speedo denies. It’s a new era of swimsuits, that began with Australian Ian Thorpe, who won five medals at the Sydney games while wearing a full body suit, he won one again for more Olympic glory in Athens, so did Michael Philips, who plans to wear a laser during the trials.

 

“I  haven’t announced  the questions, sorry.”

 

“You are now my favorite.”

 

But for many swimmers, is not abut the suit.

 

“I, my just reached my backpack whatever I grab out that’s what I wear.”

 

And most are hoping the attention on swimsuits will not overshadow those swimming in the water.

 

Leanne Gregg, NBC News, Omaha, Nebraska.

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It’s been said that clothes make the man, but can a suit make the swimmer? That’s the question at the US Olympic swimming trials today in Omaha, Nebraska. A revolutionary new swim suit has been getting as much attention as the athletes wearing them. NBC`s Leanne Gregg has our story.

 

At the US swimming trials in Omaha, more than athletes are making a splash, it’s all about what they are wearing.

 

“When I put that suit on, I had all best thumbs.”

 

That suit is a laser, Speedo`s new racer that took more than 3 years and millions of dollars to develop.

 

“You know, it’s faster, the swimmers love it.”

 

Tested by NASA, the suits designed to reduce drag with bounded seams and fabric that compresses the body.

 

“Speedo claims its suit is working, so far this year, from swimmers wearing the laser, at least 38 world records are counted.”

 

Crumpling some international competitors, to compare the laser with technological doping.

 

“Clearly (这里有个词), we like the things as Speedo, we are working as hard to make a suit faster, as the swimmers and coaches are in the pool, it makes them best.”

 

Another swimsuit maker claims its suits are breaking records too.

 

“I broke the American record in the 200 butterfly in this suit.”

 

Tear says it has one of the best high-tech racers in the market.

 

“You can take two different parts to the same stuff, and we have both achieved a lot of success so far.”

 

So many athletes are wearing the laser that Tear fired the lawsuit claiming Speedo with help from USA swimming has an unfair advantage over other swimsuit makers, something the sports governing body and Speedo denies. It’s a new era of swimsuits, that began with Australian Ian Thorpe, who won five medals at the Sydney games while wearing a full body suit, he won one again for more Olympic glory in Athens, so did Michael Philips, who plans to wear a laser during the trials.

 

“I haven’t announced the questions, sorry.”

 

“You are now my favorite.”

 

But for many swimmers, is not abut the suit.

 

“I, my just reached my backpack whatever I grab out that’s what I wear.”

 

And most are hoping the attention on swimsuits will not overshadow those swimming in the water.

 

Leanne Gregg, NBC News, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

[ 本帖最后由 xkx 于 2008-7-2 22:00 编辑 ]

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It’s been said that clothes make the man, but can a suit make the swimmer? That’s the question at the US Olympic swimming trials today in Omaha, Nebraska. Are revolutionary new swim suit has been getting as much attention as the athletes wearing them. NBC`s Leanne Gregg has our story.

 

At the US swimming trials in Omaha, more than athletes are making a splash, it’s all about what they are wearing.

 

“When I put that suit on, I had all best times.”

 

That suit is a laser, Speedo`s new racer that took more than 3 years and millions of dollars to develop.

 

“You know, it’s faster, the swimmers love it.”

 

Tested by NASA, the suits designed to reduce drag with bounded seams and fabric that compresses the body.

 

“Speedo claims its suit is working, so far this year, from swimmers wearing the laser, at least 38 world records are counted.”

 

Crumpling some international competitors, you can compare the laser with technological doping.

 

“Clearnessly (这个词好象用错了), we like the things as Speedo, we are working hard to make a suit faster, as the swimmers in * are in the pool, it makes them best.”

 

Another swimsuit maker claims its suits are breaking records too.

 

“I broke the American record in the 200 butterfly in the suit.”

 

Tear says it has one of the best high-tech racers in the market.

 

“You can take two different parts to the same stuff, and we are both achieving a lot of success so far.”

 

So many athletes are wearing the laser that Tear fired a lawsuit claiming Speedo with help from USA swimming has an unfair advantage over other swimsuit makers, something the sports governing body and Speedo denies. It’s a new era of swimsuits, that began with Australian *, who won five medals at the Sydney games while wearing a full body suit, he won one again for more Olympic glory in Athens, so did Michael Phelps, who plans to wear a laser during the trials.

 

I haven’t announced the questions, sorry.”

 

“You are now my favorite.”

 

But for many swimmers, it is not about the suit.

 

“I, my just reached my backpack, whatever I grab out. That’s what I wear.”

 

And most are hoping the attention on swimsuits will not overshadow those swimming in the water.

 

Leanne Gregg, NBC News, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

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[ 本帖最后由 jocelyn0318 于 2008-7-2 22:37 编辑 ]
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It’s been said that clothes make the man, but can a suit make the swimmer? That’s the question at the US Olympic swimming trials today in Omaha, Nebraska. A revolutionary new swim suit has been getting as much attention as the athletes wearing them. NBC`s Leanne Gregg has our story.

 

At the US swimming trials in Omaha, more than athletes are making a splash, it’s all about what they are wearing.

 

“When I put that suit on, I had all best thumbs.”

 

That suit is a laser, Speedo`s new racer that took more than 3 years and millions of dollars to develop.

 

“You know, it’s faster, the swimmers love it.”

 

Tested by NASA, the suits designed to reduce drag with bounded seams and fabric that compresses the body.

 

“Speedo claims its suit is working, so far this year, from swimmers wearing the laser, at least 38 world records are /uncounted.”

 

Prompting some international competitors, to compare the laser with technological doping.

 

Clearlessly (这里有个词), we like the things as Speedo, we are working as hard to make a suit faster, as the swimmers and coaches are in the pool, it makes the swimmer faster.”

 

Another swimsuit maker claims its suits are breaking records too.

 

“I broke the American record in the 200 butterfly in this suit.”

 

Tear says it has one of the best high-tech racers in the market.

 

“You can take two different parts to the same stuff, and we have both achieved a lot of success so far.”

 

So many athletes are wearing the laser that Tear fired the lawsuit claiming Speedo with help from USA swimming has an unfair advantage over other swimsuit makers, something the sports governing body and Speedo denies. It’s a new era of swimsuits, that began with Australian Ian Thorpe, who won five medals at the Sydney games while wearing a full body suit, he wore one again for more Olympic glory in Athens, so did Michael Philips, who plans to wear a laser during the trials.

 

“I haven’t announced the questions, sorry.”

 

“You are now my favorite.”

 

But for many swimmers, is not about the suit.

 

“I, my just reached my backpack whatever I grab out that’s what I wear.”

 

And most are hoping the attention on swimsuits will not overshadow those swimming in the water.

 

Leanne Gregg, NBC News, Omaha, Nebraska.

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It’s been said that clothes make the man, but can a suit make the swimmer? That’s the question at the US Olympic swimming trials today in Omaha, Nebraska. A revolutionary new swim suit has been getting as much attention as the athletes wearing them. NBC`s Leanne Gregg has our story.

 

At the US swimming trials in Omaha, more than athletes are making a splash, it’s all about what they are wearing.

 

“When I put that suit on, I had all best thumbs.”

 

That suit is a laser, Speedo`s new racer that took more than 3 years and millions of dollars to develop.

 

“You know, it’s faster, the swimmers love it.”

 

Tested by NASA, the suits designed to reduce drag with bounded seams and fabric that compresses the body.

 

“Speedo claims its suit is working, so far this year, from swimmers wearing the laser, at least 38 world records are /uncounted.”

 

Prompting some international competitors, to compare the laser with technological doping.

 

Clearlessly (这里有个词), we like the biggest Speedo, we are working as hard to make a suit faster, as the swimmers and coaches are in the pool to make the swimmer faster.”

 

Another swimsuit maker claims its suits are breaking records too.

 

“I broke the American record in the 200 butterfly in this suit.”

 

Tear says it has one of the best high-tech racers in the market.

 

“You can take in different paths to the same stop, and we have both achieved a lot of success so far.”

 

So many athletes are wearing the laser that Tear fired the lawsuit claiming Speedo with help from USA swimming has an unfair advantage over other swimsuit makers, something the sports governing body and Speedo denies. It’s a new era of swimsuits, that began with Australian Ian Thorpe, who won five medals at the Sydney games while wearing a full body suit, he wore one again for more Olympic glory in Athens, so did Michael Philips, who plans to wear a laser during the trials.

 

“I haven’t announced the questions, sorry.”

 

“You are now my favorite.”

 

But for many swimmers, is not about the suit.

 

And I just reach to my backpack and whatever I grab out, that’s the one I wear.”

 

And most are hoping the attention on swimsuits will not overshadow those swimming in the water.

 

Leanne Gregg, NBC News, Omaha, Nebraska.

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It's been said that clothes make a man,but can a suit make a swimmer? that's the questions about the US Olympic swimming trial in Obhama in Nebreska.a revolutionaly new swimming suit is getting on much attention as althetes are wearing them. NBC'Leanne Gregg has a story. As US swimming trial in Omaha, nore than athletes are making a splash,it's about what they are wearing. I put this suit on,i had all this lunt. That suit is a laser,speedle and the NASA that took more than 3 years and millions of dollar to develop. There is no sesser that the swimmer loves it. Tested by NASA, the suit is designed to reduce the drag with bounded seems and fabric that compressed the body. Speedle claims that the suit is working. So far this year, from the swimmers wearing the laser, at least 38 world records are counting. the international swimming competitiors who compares the laser with technological doping. we like think it's the speedle. We work hard to make it swim fast as swimmers coaches in the pool, make them faster. Another swim suitmaker claims that its suits are breaking the records too. I break the America record in 200 butterfly as it is too. Tek says it has one of the best high-tech races in the market. In particular two different paths to the same result,both achieve a lot of success above all. So many athletes are wearing the laser that here fired a lawsuit claiming the speedle will help from US swimming has an unfair advantage over other swim suitmakers.Something miss governing the body and the speedle denies.It's a new era of swimsuit that began in Australian Eve who won five gold medals at the Sydey Olympics while wearing a full body suit.He wore one again for more Olmpic glory and Athens.So did Mickael feels, he plans to wear the laser during the trials. I have anoounced suit questions, sorry. my ferry. But for many swimmers it's not about the suit. i just try to reach my backpack wherever I graabout and no matter suit i wear. and both are hoping the attention on the swimsuit willnot overshadow those winning in the water.Leanne Gregg NBC news Obaha in Nebreska.
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It’s been said that clothes make the man, but can a suit make the swimmer? That’s the question at the US Olympic swimming trials today in Omaha, Nebraska. A revolutionary new swim suit has been getting as much attention as the athletes wearing them. NBC`s Leanne Gregg has our story.

 

At the US swimming trials in Omaha, more than athletes are making a splash, it’s all about what they are wearing.

 

“When I put that suit on, I had all best thumbs.”

 

That suit is a laser, Speedo`s new racer that took more than 3 years and millions of dollars to develop.

 

“You know, it’s faster, the swimmers love it.”

 

Tested by NASA, the suits designed to reduce drag with bounded seams and fabric that compresses the body.

 

“Speedo claims its suit is working, so far this year, from swimmers wearing the laser, at least 38 world records are coveted.”

 

Prompting some international competitors, to compare the laser with technological doping.

 

Clearestly (外国人说话比较夸张,这人还用最高级), we like to think it's fatal, we are working as hard to make a suit faster, as the swimmers and coaches are in the pool to make the swimmer faster.”

 

Another swimsuit maker claims its suits are breaking records too.

 

“I broke the American record in the 200 butterfly in this suit.”

 

Tear says it has one of the best high-tech racers in the market.

 

“You can take in different path to the same stop, and we have both achieved a lot of success so far.”

 

So many athletes are wearing the laser that Tear fired the lawsuit claiming Speedo with help from USA swimming has an unfair advantage over other swimsuit makers, something the sports governing body and Speedo denies. It’s a new era of swimsuits, that began with Australian Ian Thorpe, who won five medals at the Sydney games while wearing a full body suit, he wore one again for more Olympic glory in Athens, so did Michael Philips, who plans to wear a laser during the trials.

 

“I have a non-suit  question, sorry.”

 

“You are now my favorite.”

 

But for many swimmers, is not about the suit.

 

And I just reach to my backpack, whatever I grab out, that’s sort of my wear.”

 

And most are hoping the attention on swimsuits will not overshadow those swimming in the water.

 

Leanne Gregg, NBC News, Omaha, Nebraska.

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It's been said that cloth make the man, but can a suit make the swimmer? That's the question of the US Olympics Swimming Trials today in Omaha's Nebraska. A revolutionary new swim suit is been getting as much attention as the athletes to wearing them. NBC's Leanne Gregg has our story.

 

At the US Swimming Trail in the Omaha, more than the altheletes are making a splash. It's all about what they are wearing. "When I put that suit on, I had all best thumbs." That suit is a laser, Speedo's new racer that took more than three years and millions of dollars to develop.

 

"You know it's faster, the swimmers love it."

 

Tested by NASA, the suit designed to reduce drag with bounded seams and fabric that compresses the body.

 

Speedo claims its suit is working. So far this year, the swimmers wearing the laser at least 38 world records are coveted.

 

Prompting some international competitors to compare the laser with the technological doping.

 

"Clearestly, we like to think it's fatal. We are working hard to make a suit faster as the swimmers and coaches are in the pool to make the swimmer faster."

 

Another swim suit maker claims its suits are breaking records too.

 

"I broke the American record in the 200 butterfly in this suit."

 

Tear says it has one of the best high-tech racers in the market.

 

"You can take two different paths to the same stop and we have achieved a lot of success so far."

 

So many athletes are wearing the laser that Tear fight the lawsuit claiming the speedo was help them USA swimming has an unfair advantage over other swimsuit makers, something the sports governing body and speedo denied.

 

It's a new era of swim suits that begin with Australian Ian Thorpe who won five medals at the Sydney Game while wearing a full body suit. He wore one again for more Olympic glory in Athens. So did Michael Philips who plans to wear a laser during the trials.

 

"I have a non-suit question, sorry."
"You are now my favorate."

 

But for many swimmers, it's not about the suit.

 

"And I just reach out my backpack, whatever I grab out, what sort of my wear"

 

And most are hoping the attention on swimsuit will not overshadow those swimming in the water. Leanne Gregg, NBC News, Omaha Nebraska.

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It’s been said that clothes make the man, but can a suit make the swimmer? That’s the question at the US Olympic swimming trials today in Omaha, Nebraska. A revolutionary new swim suit has been getting as much attention as the athletes wearing them. NBC`s Leanne Gregg has our story.

 

At the US swimming trials in Omaha, more than athletes are making a splash, it’s all about what they are wearing.

 

“When I put that suit on, I had all best thumbs".

 

That suit is a Laser, Speedo`s new Racer that took more than 3 years and millions of dollars to develop.

 

“You know, it’s faster, the swimmers love it.”

 

Tested by NASA, the suits designed to reduce drag with bounded seams and fabric that compresses the body.

 

“Speedo claims its suit is working, so far this year, from swimmers wearing the laser, at least 38 world records are counted.”

 

Prompting some international competitors / to compare the laser with technological doping.

 

Clearestly(clearestly在口语中还是比较罕用的吧,发音也不像), we like to think it's Speedo. We are working as hard to make a suit faster, as the swimmers and coaches are in the pool to make the swimmer faster.”

 

“……starts from the back and come down at the major…… ” 

Another swimsuit maker claims its suits are breaking records too.

 

“I broke the American record in the 200 butterfly in this suit.”

 

Tear says it has one of the best high-tech racers in the market.

 

“You can take in two different path to the same stop, and we have both achieved a lot of success so far.”

 

So many athletes are wearing the laser that Tear fired the lawsuit claiming Speedo with help from USA Swimming has an unfair advantage over other swimsuit makers, something the sports governing body and Speedo denies. It’s a new era of swimsuits, that began with Australian Ian Thorpe, who won five medals at the Sydney Games while wearing a full body suit, he wore one again for more Olympic glory in Athens, so did Michael Philips, who plans to wear a laser during the trials.

 

“I have a non-suit  question, sorry.”

 

“You are now my favorite.”

 

But for many swimmers, is not about the suit.

 

“And I might just reach to my backpack, whatever I grab out, that’s what I might wear.”

 

And most are hoping the attention on swimsuits will not overshadow those winning  in the water.

 

Leanne Gregg, NBC News, Omaha, Nebraska.

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It’s been said that clothes make the man, but can a suit make the swimmer? That’s the question at the US Olympic swimming trials today in Omaha, Nebraska. A revolutionary new swim suit has been getting as much attention as the athletes wearing them. NBC`s Leanne Gregg has our story. At the US swimming trials in Omaha, more than athletes are making a splash, it’s all about what they are wearing. “When I put that suit on, I had all best thumbs.” That suit is a laser, Speedo`s new racer that took more than 3 years and millions of dollars to develop. “You know, it’s faster, the swimmers love it.” Tested by NASA, the suits designed to reduce drag with bounded seams and fabric that compresses the body. “Speedo claims its suit is working, so far this year, from swimmers wearing the laser, at least 38 world records are coveted.” Prompting some international competitors, to compare the laser with technological doping. “Clearestly (外国人说话比较夸张,这人还用最高级), we like to think it's fatal, we are working as hard to make a suit faster, as the swimmers and coaches are in the pool to make the swimmer faster.” Another swimsuit maker claims its suits are breaking records too. “I broke the American record in the 200 butterfly in this suit.” Tear says it has one of the best high-tech racers in the market. “You can take in different path to the same stop, and we have both achieved a lot of success so far.” So many athletes are wearing the laser that Tear fired the lawsuit claiming Speedo with help from USA swimming has an unfair advantage over other swimsuit makers, something the sports governing body and Speedo denies. It’s a new era of swimsuits, that began with Australian Ian Thorpe, who won five medals at the Sydney games while wearing a full body suit, he wore one again for more Olympic glory in Athens, so did Michael Philips, who plans to wear a laser during the trials. “I have a non-suit question, sorry.” “You are now my favorite.” But for many swimmers, is not about the suit. “And I just reach to my backpack, whatever I grab out, that’s sort of my wear.” And most are hoping the attention on swimsuits will not overshadow those swimming in the water. Leanne Gregg, NBC News, Omaha, Nebraska

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It’s been said that cloth makes the man, but can a suit make the swimmer? That is the question at the US Olympic swimming trials today in Omaha, Nebraska. A revolutionary new swim suit has been getting as much as attention as the athletes wearing them. NBC's Leanne Gregg has our story.

At the us swimming trials in Omaha, more than athletes are making a splash, it is all about what they are wearing. "When I put that suit on, I have all best times” That suit is a new laser, Speedo’s new racer that took more than 3 years and millions of dollars to develop.

 "You know, it's faster, the swimmers love it"

Tested by NASA, the suit designed to reduce drags with bounded seams and fabric that compresses the body.

Speedo claims its suit is working, so far this year, from swimmers wearing the laser, at least 38 world records and counted.

" Crumpling some international competitors, to compare the laser with technological doping. "

Clearistly, we like the things as Speedo, we are working its hard to make a suit faster, as the swimmers and coaches are in the pool, it makes them best. Another swimsuit maker claims its suits are breaking records too.

i broke the American record in the 200 butterfly in this suit.

Tear says it has one of the best high-tech racers in the market.

You can take two different parts to the same stuff, and we are both achieved a lot of success so far.

So many athletes are wearing the laser that tear fired a lawsuit claiming Speedo with help USA swimming has an unfair advantage over other swimsuit makers. Something the sport governing body and Speedo denies.

It is a new era of swimsuits that began with Australian Ian Thorpe, who won 5 medals at the Sydney games while wearing a full body suit. He won one again for more Olympic glory in Athens, so did Michael Phillips, who plans to wear a laser during the trials.

I haven't announced the questions, sorry. You are now my favorite.

But for many swimmers, it is not about the suit.

I am, i just reached my backpack whatever i grab out that's what i wear.

And most are hoping the attention on swimsuits will not overshadow those swimming in the water.

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It’s been said that clothes make the man, but can a suit make the swimmer? That’s the question at the US Olympic swimming trials today in Omaha, Nebraska. A revolutionary new swim suit has been getting as much attention as the athletes wearing them. NBC`s Leanne Gregg has our story.

 

At the US swimming trials in Omaha, more than athletes are making a splash, it’s all about what they are wearing.

 

“When I put that suit on, I had all best thumbs".

 

That suit is a Laser, Speedo`s new Racer that took more than 3 years and millions of dollars to develop.

 

“You know, it’s faster, the swimmers love it.”

 

Tested by NASA, the suits designed to reduce drag with bounded seams and fabric that compresses the body.

 

“Speedo claims its suit is working, so far this year, from swimmers wearing the laser, at least 38 world records are counted.”

 

Prompting some international competitors / to compare the laser with technological doping.

 

“Clearestly(clearestly在口语中还是比较罕用的吧,发音也不像), we'd like to think it's Speedo. We are working as hard to make a suit faster, as the swimmers and coaches are in the pool to make the swimmer faster.”

 

“……starts from the back and come down at the major…… ” 

Another swimsuit maker claims its suits are breaking records too.

 

“I broke the American record in the 200 butterfly in this suit.”

 

Tear says it has one of the best high-tech racers in the market.

 

“You can take in two different path to the same stop, and we have both achieved a lot of success so far.”

 

So many athletes are wearing the laser that Tear filed a lawsuit claiming Speedo with help from USA Swimming has an unfair advantage over other swimsuit makers, something the sports governing body and Speedo denies. It’s a new era of swimsuits, that began with Australian Ian Thorpe, who won five medals at the Sydney Games while wearing a full body suit, he wore one again for more Olympic glory in Athens, so did Michael Philips, who plans to wear a laser during the trials.

 

“I have a non-suit  question, sorry.”

 

“You are now my favorite.”

 

But for many swimmers, is not about the suit.

 

“And I might just reach to my backpack, whatever I grab out, that’s what I might wear.”

 

And most are hoping the attention on swimsuits will not overshadow those winning  in the water.

 

Leanne Gregg, NBC News, Omaha, Nebraska.

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