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Meet The Team - Asha Randall

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Asha Randall

D.O.B.

06.04.1990

Born

Ascot

Height

5ft 6in

Club

Rushmoor Synchro

Olympic History

Debut

In Action

Teams Technical Routine on August 9th
Teams Free Routine Final on August 10th

Did you know?

  • Asha has two older sisters (Tia and Jenna) to look up to who both took part in synchro at an elite level. By seven years old she too was part of a synchro club.
  • When Asha was younger she hated going upside down but nowadays spends much of her life upside down!
  • Asha used to do a lot of after-school drama. She hopes to go back to this someday and possibly go on to stage work.

Asha's Career

Asha followed the footsteps of her sisters Tia and Jenna in becoming part of the British senior synchronised swimming team. She progressed through junior levels on an international stage, competing at the 2006 World Junior Championships and the 2007 European Junior Championships. In 2008, she was selected as the reserve for the British duet team competing at the Beijing Olympic. Asha has been a regular fixture in the British Team over the past four years, competing at the 2009 and 2011 World Championships as well as the 2010 and 2012 European Championships.

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