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About Antiwave 2017-08-02T19:07:52+00:00

Anti Wave was founded in 1971 by former professional Waterpolo player and current 2017 FINA Masters 70+ Goalie Anti Kajlich (below). Anti Wave equipment was first selected for the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, as well as the 1st World Aquatics Championships in Cali, Colombia in 1975. Since then Anti Wave has lead the world in product innovation and development and Anti Wave products have been featured in dozens of Olympic games included Sydney’s 2000 Games where we contributed in breaking 15 World Records. We have also been featured in over 50 internationally recognized events. Today, Anti and his son Anton continue to design, innovate and produce the world’s best Aquatic Sports products. There is Licensed production in 8 countries around the world and Anti Wave products are exported to over 150 countries. Anti Wave continues work hard to reach new countries and provide the best quality and value aquatic sports equipment around the world. Here at Antiwave Americas we mold and assemble lanes in our Constantine, MI plant and import Waterpolo products from our regional partners. We look forward to serving you.

  • 1972 Munich Olympics – Germany
  • 1973 World Championships Belgrade – Yugoslavia
  • 1974 Asian Games Teheran – Iran
  • 1975 World Championships Cali – Colombia
  • 1976 Montreal Olympics – Canada
  • 1977 World Championships Berlin – Germany
  • 1978 Asian Games Bangkok – Thailand
  • 1979 Pan-American Games – Puerto Rico
  • 1980 Moscow Olympics – Russia
  • 1981 Olympic Pool Taipei – Taiwan
  • 1982 Commonwealth Games Brisbane – Australia
  • 1983 Olympic Indoor Pool Vancouver – Canada
  • 1984 Los Angeles Olympics – USA
  • 1985 Olympic Pool Tokyo – Japan
  • 1986 European Championship Bonn – Germany Fortitude Valley Pool Brisbane – Australia
  • 1987 City Bath Rotorua – New Zealand Superdrome Perth – Australia
  • 1988 Seoul Olympics – South Korea International Aquatic Centre Amersfoort – Netherlands University Recreation Centre Sydney – Australia
  • 1990 Seattle Goodwill Games – USA
  • 1991 World Championships Perth – Australia
  • 1992 UNESCO Ford Price Award for ecologically sound recreational & civic facility
  • 1993 New Plymouth Leisure Complex – New Zealand
  • 1994 Sydney Olympics 2000 Aquatic Complex – Australia Aquatic Centre Warringah – Australia
  • 1995 International Aquatic Centre Penang – Malaysia
  • 1996 Melbourne International Aquatic Centre – Australia Albany Creek Aquatic Centre Pine Rivers – Australia Somerville House Sports Centre Brisbane – Australia
  • 1997 Australian Championships Brisbane – Australia Aquatic Centre Invercargill – New Zealand
  • 1998 World Championships Perth – Australia Goodwill Games New York – USA Commonwealth Games Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia World Championships Perth – Australia
  • 1999 World Cup Sydney & Hobart – Australia South-East Asian Games – Brunei Pan-Pacific Games Sydney – Australia Southport Olympic Pool – Australia
  • 2001 QEII Pool Christchurch – New Zealand
  • 2002 Aquatic Centre Gorzow Weilkopolski – Poland
  • 2003 National Training Centre Beijing – China Chandler Aquatic Centre Brisbane – Australia
  • 2004 Regional Aquatic Centre Lismore – Australia
  • 2005 Australian Institute of Sports Canberra – Australia China National Game Nanjing – China
  • 2006 Women’s Water Polo Cup Tianjing – China Wendu Water City Beijing
  • 2007 Canadian Spring Nationals Competition – China 13th FINA World Championships Melbourne – Australia Water Polo Preselection Competition for Beijing 2008 Olympics – China Huangpu Aquatic Centre Shanghai – China Macau National Centre – China Special Olympics World Games Shanghai – China China City Game 2007 Wuhan – China FINA World Cup – Singapore
  • 2008 Water Cube Beijing 2008 Pool – China