The Rio Olympics Swim Start Blocks incorporate the Moveable Track Start System that assists swimmers with faster reaction times. Anti Wave has invented Track Starts in Australia in 1998. International Patents were awarded to Anti Wave in 2002.
The Patented Track Start System was first used at competition in Beijing 2008 Olympics and now it is used by all ages swimmers around the world.
Anti Wave International makes its Start Blocks in 4 countries which include the Patented Track Start System.
Its Swim Racing Lanes and Overflow Gratings are made, under a License, in 8 countries.
Anti Wave Water Polo equipment was first selected for the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich and has been used extensively in national and international competitions since.
Its swimming racing lanes were first patented in 1975 and used in the first World Swimming Championship in the same year.
FINA/ARENA Swimming World Cup 2012 at Beijing