“Swimming is a huge part of my life and I am putting my name behind Hammer Head™ because I believe in it.” I have a 5- and 7-year-old daughter that are both starting to swim, and I want to keep them safe.” 

– Tom Malchow, Three Time Olympian, USA

Throughout my time swimming and coaching, I’ve seen far too many incidents of swimmers getting hurt and I have personally known girls who have got concussions from being kicked in the head because it is such a contact sport. The Hammer Head™ Swim Cap would be awesome for girls to wear during practices as an added measure of safety.

– Laurel Streed, Coach, Wayzata High School Synchronized Swim Team

I think Hammer Head™ Swim Caps would be especially beneficial for children during the outdoor season. Due to the sun children like to close their eyes when swimming backstroke and will, more often than not, hit their heads on the wall when they are trying to finish. The Hammer Head™ Swim Cap will do wonders in the swimming world and will help ensure the safety of athletes at all levels.

– Adam Gannon, University of South Dakota

My injury from an accidental kick to the head while swimming completely changed my life, forcing me to retire my Olympic goals and take almost a year off of high school. If new swim caps can be widely available that are both functional and protective, it could be a game changer in preventing concussions for aquatic athletes.

– Sarah Urke, Wayzata High School Synchronized Swim Team, Olympic Training Athlete

I have had many years in the swimming world and have witnessed many injuries where swimmers, even at the college level, have ran into the wall or collided with other swimmers and received concussions. The Hammer Head™ Swim Cap would be an easy and efficient way of preventing these type of injuries and providing swimmers with an extra measure of safety.

– Adam Gannon, University of South Dakota

Brooke hit her head during the prelims of the 8 & under backstroke at the Champs meet three years ago. It was such a strong impact that I could hear the gasps of other spectators. She didn’t swim the backstroke again in a meet for two years and she still is apprehensive to swim that stroke. If Brooke had been wearing some type of protective cap, I’m confident that the impact of hitting the pool wall wouldn’t have affected her as it did.         

– Angie Lubenow, Parent of USA Swimmer

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