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Jenna Randall

Jenna Randall was Great Britain’s top synchronised swimmer for the best part of a decade, winning three Commonwealth medals and representing her country at two Olympics Games and four World Championships.

Jenna Randall Profile

Date of Birth 20th September 1988
Born Ascot
Team/Club Rushmoor Synchro Club
Achievements Double Olympian (2008, 2012), 3 x Commonwealth medals, 4 x World Championships, 4 x European Championships
Randall burst on to the senior international scene in 2006, winning solo silver and finishing fourth with Olivia Federici in the duet for England at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne.

She made her European debut later in the year, finishing 12th in the solo and 13th with Federici in the duet then her World Championship debut in 2007, placing 16th (solo) and 20th (duet with Federici).

In 2008, Randall and Federici became the first British synchronised swimmers to compete at an Olympic Games for 16 years as they finished 14th in the duet in Beijing.

The British pair cemented their place in their higher echelons of the sport in the years following Beijing, reaching the World Championship finals in Duet Tech and Duet Free at the 2009, 2011 and 2013 with Randall also reaching the Solo Tech and Solo Free finals at all three stagings.

Randall defended her Commonwealth Solo silver medal in Delhi in 2010 while Randall and Federici made their first major Duet podium at the same event with another silver.

The British pair also had the chance to shine in front of a home crowd as they made the final and finished fourth at London 2012 while Randall also swam as the Brits made their first appearance in the Olympic Team competition and finished sixth.

International Competitions

Competition Event Year Score Medal/Position
Olympic Games Duet 2012 177.270 9th
  Team   175.440 6th
  Duet 2008 88.584 14th
World Championships Solo Tech 2013 87.500 9th
  Solo Free   87.590 8th
  Duet Tech   87.800 8th
  Duet Free   87.180 9th
  Solo Tech 2011 89.000 8th
  Solo Free   88.880 8th
  Duet Tech   87.300 10th
  Duet Free   88.460 8th
  Team Tech   87.600 10th
  Team Free   87.280 9th
  Team Combination   87.760 7th
  Solo Tech 2009 90.166 8th
  Solo Free   89.167 9th
  Duet Tech   89.166 11th
  Duet Free   90.667 10th
  Team Tech   84.666 15th
  Team Free   89.667 10th
  Team Combination   89.334 7th
  Solo Tech 2007 85.834 16th
  Solo Free   86.000 16th
  Duet Tech   84.833 20th
  Duet Free   86.167 20th
European Championships Duet 2012 86.930 7th
  Team   86.590 5th
  Duet 2010 90.300 5th
  Solo 2008 87.900 9th
  Duet   87.300 9th
  Solo 2006 83.000 12th
  Duet   81.400 13th
Commonwealth Games Solo 2010 90.000 SILVER
  Duet   89.334 SILVER
  Solo 2006 85.334 SILVER
  Duet   81.418 4th
European Champions Cup Duet 2013 173.540 6th
  Duet 2011 89.570 5th
  Team   86.880 5th
  Team Combination   88.000 BRONZE
  Duet 2009 90.667 6th
  Team   87.833 6th
  Team Combination   88.667 5th
  Solo 2007 86.600 8th
  Duet   85.700 15th

Domestic Events

Competition Event Year Medal/Position
British Championships Solo 2004 GOLD
  Team 2004 GOLD
  Team 2001 GOLD

In the Pool

Aspirations: Come as high internationally as i can in my sport.

Finest ever performance: Competing at London 2012 Olympic Games.

Who has been greatest influence on you: My family.

When did you begin synchro: At the age of 7 at Farnborough Rushmoor Club. My sister Tia was doing synchro and it looked a lot more fun than lane swimming. I liked all the tumbleturns!

Out of the Pool

Studies: University of LIFE.

Ultimate relaxation: Having a nice bath with candles and relaxing music followed by a massage.

One thing you can’t live without: My family

Tip for the top: Train hard, otherwise all the hours you train not pushing yourself is a waste of time & effort.


Sports: Dance, Rugby, Basketball

Films: Django, James Bond, Seven Pounds, Green Mile

Food: Exotic Fruits, Frozen Yoghurt & Popcorn

Hobbies: Dancing and shopping


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