Jan Frodeno signs with THEMAGIC5 Swimming Goggles

Triathlete Jan Frodeno Signs Multi-Year Partnership with THEMAGIC5 Swimming Goggles

The three-time IRONMAN World Championship winner and Olympic gold medalist joins forces with the world’s best-fitting swimming goggles

Three-time IRONMAN World Champion Jan Frodeno today announced that he has entered into a multi-year partnership with THEMAGIC5, makers of the world’s best-fitting swimming goggles.

A 2008 Olympic gold medalist, Frodeno won his third IRONMAN World Championship in 2019. This past April, he completed an iron-distance triathlon at his home in Girona, Spain, raising over $250,000 for hospital workers fighting the coronavirus.

Frodeno swam 2.4 miles in his counter-current pool, cycled 112 miles on his indoor trainer, and ran a full 26.2-mile marathon on his treadmill, reaching over 320 million viewers via livestream. 

Frodeno completed the swim portion of his at-home event in a pair of THEMAGIC5 Blue Magic Mirror Silver goggles, unbeknownst to the brand. Following that, he reached out to THEMAGIC5, expressing interest in a partnership.

“I was intrigued by the concept and have been amazed by how the product lives up to its promises,” Frodeno says. “A lot of other brands claim a perfect or premium fit, but they’re all one-size-fits-all. These goggles are different. They are custom-made, and that means they actually fit you.” 

THEMAGIC5 makes the world’s first and only custom-fitted swimming goggles, designed to match the contours of a user’s face. The mobile app utilises an advanced facial scan to capture unique data points used to model the nose bridge, gasket, and other custom components of the goggles. The result is a custom-fitted, supremely comfortable pair of goggles that doesn’t leak water, leave pressure marks, or distract. 

Equipped with the power of unprecedented fitting technology and design, the world’s best triathlete now wears the world’s best swimming goggles.

“I’ve never felt more comfortable in the water,” Frodeno says. “These goggles get me excited to swim”

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