SpeedFins is committed for the development of finswimming and freediving sports all over the world.
SpeedFins was established in 1994 at Pikalyovo (Pikalevo), Russia. Since then, our reputation for innovation and excellence has kept SpeedFins as one of the Monofins manufacturers in the world.
We have long-term produce and trade experience worldwide. Customers from many countries such as: Japan, Korea, China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Italy, Germany, France, Latvia, Lithuania, Great Britain, Finland, Estonia, Russian Federation, Ukraine, Belarus, Turkey, Columbia, Mexico, United States of America, Canada, Australia and etc. are satisfied with our product.
First of all we think about the quality of our products. We use only high quality materials and strong quality assurance and control during production, what allows us to offer our clients the best technical solutions in the market to satisfy their needs in an effective and efficient way.
Distribution channels include federations, teams, sporting Goods stores. We were also cooperated with Leaderfins (Estonia) from 2003 to 2010.
Our monofins and fins are presented in the different kind of championships.
Top results of Natalia Rayeva, she did new European Junior Record on 50 m AP and 50 m SF - European Junior Championship 1994, World Junior Championship 1995 and European Junior Championship 1996. Nikolai Tover and Galina Sattarova have got a lot of medals on different European and World Championships, and broken national Estonian records in our monofins. Alexander Karmanov - 3rd on 50 m SF and 1st on 4 x 100 m Relay in 12th World Championship (2004) in Sahnghai, China. Sergey Baev, Alexander Formin, Adaykina Natalia and Zadoenko Ksenia from 2004 to 2007 (Russian National Finswimming Team) have got a lot of medals in individual events and relays on different European and World Championships. Anastasiya Glukhikh from 2005 to 2007 has got a lot of medals on different European and World Championships and holds multiple European records in our fins. Yana Kasimova set new European Record (16:22) record on 50 m AP - World Championship 2009 in Saint Petersburg. Pavel Kabanov - World Record and Gold Medal on 50 m AP (14:16) and Gold medal on 100 IM - World Championship 2009 in Saint Petersburg. Two years later he did a new World Record again on 50 m AP - World Championship 2011 in Hungary (14:12) and Golden Final 6th Finswimming World Cup 2011 in Yantai, China (14:10). Sven Lutzkendorf (Germany) - World Records on 800 m SF (6:18.24) and 1500 m SF (12:13.52) - World Championship 2009. Borodin Nikita - Silver medal on 6000m - CMAS Finswimming Junior World Championship LD 2016.
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