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Meet The Team - Jenna Randall

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Jenna Randall






5ft 8in


Rushmoor Synchro

Olympic History

2008: 14th – Duet

In Action

Duets Qualification Technical Routine on August 5th
Duets Qualification Routine on August 6th
Duets Final on August 7th
Teams Technical Routine on August 9th
Teams Free Routine Final on August 10th

Did you know?

  • Like many synchronised swimmers, Jenna is a keen dancer and is talented at ballet, modern and jazz.
  • She goes out with Matthew Faldo - the son of golfer Sir Nick Faldo.
  • Synchro is a family affair for Jenna - her elder sister Tia was her inspiration for starting synchro while her younger sister Asha is also in the British Olympic squad.

Jenna's Career

Jenna is the most succesful British synchronised swimmer of the past decade, having won three silver medals across two Commonwealth Games and competed at three World Championships, three European Championships and the 2008 Olympic Games. Her first major medal came in Melbourne at the 2006 Commonwealths where she won silver in the Solo event. She repeated the feat at the 2010 Commonwealth Games but also improved from fourth to silver in the Duet with regular partner Olivia Federici. Finishing 14th in the Duet at Beijing 2008, Jenna and Olivia were the first British synchronised swimmers to compete at an Olympics since 1992 while their appearance at the 2007 World Championships was the first by British synchro swimmers since 1998.

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