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Becoming a Synchronised Swimming Official

Learn about the availability of training to become a synchronised swimming assessor, judge or referee

The ASA has a list of Synchronised Swimming Officials who are competent to officiate at National and International events, consisting of Referees, Judges and Scorers.  All appointments to the ASA list of Synchronised Swimming Officials are made or discontinued at the discretion of the ASA Committee on the recommendation of the Synchronised Swimming Technical Committee.  All officials on the list must be members of affiliated clubs.

Promoters are advised that, in their interests and those of their competitors, the principal officials should be drawn from the list of officials maintained by the ASA, the Regions and other competent bodies. Click here to access contact details for Synchro.

If you are interested in training as a synchro official then this section contains information on the opportunities available. Simply use the links to the left to navigate to the relevant page.