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Synchro Petition gains momentum following UKSport Cuts

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Please help save our sport… this appears a responsible and constructive way to register a vote against the decision made by UK Sport.

UK Sport reports in to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. The accountable Minister is MP for Basingstoke.

http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/60290

We live within a democracy - how many signatures can we achieve from within the Synchro family. Please help to publicise this around everyone you know: Synchro Clubs, Swimmers, Family, Friends, Work-colleagues - in fact, anyone you know who shares our view that this forms an injustice.

It would be great to think that anyone believing any of the statements at the bottom of this mail would be prepared to sign.

You believe that Women’s sport deserves recognition and support

You understand and value the ethics provided by Team sport

You were enthralled by the variety demonstrated at London 2012

Your view of Olympic Legacy is to ‘inspire the next generation’ – not to shatter the dreams of an entire Sport

You believe that any minority Sport has a place within the UK’s sporting future

You buy your lottery tickets and are bemused by some of the central decisions being made