Anti Wave is a proud of its history of supporting the St Peters Western Swim Club’s Olympians by supplying its Australian-designed, top-performance swimming, pool-programming and pool deck equipment to the club’s high performance training centre. The Brisbane-based St Peters Western Swim Club has in recent years become Australia’s premiere high-performance swimming club, sending no less than six athletes to the Tokyo Olympics, including the legendary Tokyo double Gold-medal-winning Olympian Ariarne ‘Arnie’ Titmus. The club is coached by one of swimming’s so-called ‘rockstar coaches’, Dean Boxall, with a strong focus on high-performance swim training and development.

Anti Wave supplied key equipment in 2010 when the club’s facility was re-built; transitioning from a basic skimmer type pool to an international standard ‘wet deck’ or overflow type competition pool, complete with industry-leading Anti Wave MAXI Racing Lanes, Moveable TrackStart Blocks, overflow-type Pool EndWalls, SwimWalls, Overflow Gratings, and Pool Deck equipment.

St Peters Western Swim Club acts as a key research and development facility for Anti Wave, with focus on product innovation and development through direct coach and swimmer feedback. Key product innovations include the development of the next generation of Moveable Track Start Blocks, for which Anti Wave holds priority patents. The Moveable TrackStart Blocks are a key innovative design feature now included in the starting block model used at the Tokyo Olympics. Anti Wave remains committed at the ground level to the support and development of swim and polo clubs & facilities around the world, with a strong focus on product innovation and development, and the best possible availability to all clubs and pools.

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