Since 1960, Competitor® has been the international leader in the production of lane lines and swim products for competitions around the world. As the official racing lane line for USA Swimming, the NCAA, and FINA, Competitor guarantees superior swim products and outstanding customer service. Made, molded and assembled in the U.S., Competitor products are durable, easy to set up and store, and are sold through distributors, licensees and dealers. Visit www.competitorswim.com for more information.
Competitor Lane Lines
Competitor® Racing Lanes are the recognized choice for swimming lane lines, providing superior wave quelling performance proven to outperform other leading products by 20%.
Official Lane Line of USA Swimming and NCAA
Made in the USA for more than 40 years, Competitor is the Official Lane Line for the NCAA®, and USA Swimming.
Competitor Elite Stor Lane Reel
Competitor’s new, high-capacity Elite Stor Lane Reel™ is ideal for easy, mobile storage. Capacity: 902 ft of 4-inch, 492 ft of 6 inch.
Competitor Classic Stor Lane Reel
Competitor’s Classic Stor Lane Reel™ is ideal for storing Competitor racing lanes. Capacity: 540 ft of 4-inch lanes, or 330 ft of 6 inch lanes.
Competitor Pace Clocks
Competitor Pace Clocks are durable, easy to use, and affordable. Designed with a highly visible face, large numerals and available in 15”, 31", 37".
Competitor Backstroke Flags
Competitor® backstroke flags consist of an oxford nylon material in a range of colors. Meet all FINA, NCAA, USA, and NFHS regulations. Sizes: 10x12, 11x14.
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