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Synchronised Swimming Masters a success

23 Jun 2010
The British Gas ASA Synchronised Swimming Masters Championships 2010 saw some impressive performances as competitors took to the pool on Saturday 19th June in Telford.

Former British team member Louise Woolley took top honours in the Solo 20-29 years age group competition. Wooley, competing for Rushmoor, scored an impressive 78.188 to win gold ahead of Walsall’s Zoe Cooper whose 73.188 was enough to earn a silver medal.

Maureen Nievens of Seymour continued to impress with a first place position in the Solo event (70-79 years age group) with an overall score of 52.313. She later partnered with Susan Innes as they teamed up to contest the Duet, scoring 52.750 earning a second gold for both. Innes took first in the Solo 50-59 years event with a score of 56.875.

Seymour’s Daniela Slopkove placed first in the 30-39 years Solo event, scoring 68.00 ahead of club-mates Charlotte Hedge (silver, 61.188) and Nicholette Watson (bronze, 48.188).

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