Nathan: Evan you work with some of the biggest names in our sport of course legends like Dara Torres and Mark Spitz, but of course athletes these days and in London, we have got Cullen Jones and you worked with so many athletes that I would say the vast majority of deals that swimmers get come because of the work that you do. Now before we get into specifics can you give us just a general idea right now of how the market is for swimmers?
Evan: Oh it is terrible. I mean if you were a swimmer looking to make this a career. There could be a worse time to do it. You know unfortunately when the thieves at FINA made a decision that they were going to get rid of the techsuits. What they did was they almost bankrupted several of the swimwear companies and they have never recovered from that because they were so vested in that, but they actually hurt the sport and hurt the popularity of the sport. People love Olympics sports like swimming because of world records and although there were a couple of world records broken in London comparative to Beijing there was virtually no records broken and that is a shame. Technology changes in every other sport.