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Synchro makes its return to Gloucester

21 April 2011

The British Gas Synchronised Swimming Championships will be making their return to Gloucester this weekend as the cream of Britain battle it out for national honours.

The British Synchronised Swimming Team, powered by British Gas, will be competing at the event to showcase their skills alongside top British clubs in the three-day competition which starts tomorrow (22 April).

Commonwealth silver medallist Jenna Randall will contest the Solo on Day One (Friday), competing alongside last year's silver medallist Sarah Spears (Trafford SSC) as well as six members of the Great Britain Junior Synchronised Swimming team competing for their clubs.

Randall and fellow Commonwealth silver medallist Olivia Allison will also represent the British team in the Duet event, competing against 11 other pairs from eight clubs across the country.

Commonwealth Solo bronze medallist Lauren Smith will make her first appearance on Day Two (Saturday), joining nine of her British teammates for the Technical Routine of the Team event with swimmers from Reading Royals, City of Leeds, Bristol Central, Rushmoor and Trafford battling it out for the top prizes.

The British team will also be competing in Saturday's Free Combination competition along with teams from City of Birmingham, Rugby, Bristol Central, Reading Royals, Trafford, Rushmoor, City of Preston and City of Leeds.

Finally, the competition will be brought to a close by the Duet and Team Free Routines on Day Three (Sunday).

All tickets will be available on the door so please arrive early to avoid disappointment - details on ticket prices here.

Keep track of the results from Gloucester with daily news reports on the British Swimming website.

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