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Synchronised Swimming Results

Synchronised Swimming in Great Britain continues to make marked improvements in performances, moving GB swimmers up the world rankings.

Follow their journey in this results section. Below you will find results from all level of performance from age groups to Olympic. Simply click on the year of interest and follow the relevant link to the results you are seeking








2008 was an Olympic year and British Synchronised Swimmers Jenna Randall and Olivia Allison just missed out on the final in Beijing.

Randall and Allison, who were aiming for a top 16 finish at their first Olympics, finished in 14th place, two places outside of the final. Their performance moved them up six places in the world rankings.

In December 2008 the British Team competed in their first international competition since the High Performance Centre was set up in September 2007 at the FINA World Trophy.


British Synchro’s High Performance Centre in Aldershot was set up in September 2007, and 11 of the country’s top athletes, aged 17-24, were centralised to the centre combining full-time training with their studies.

At the European Champions Cup in Rome, the British duet of Jenna Randall and Olivia Allison finished 15th in the Duet free Final. Randall finished 8th in the Solo Free Final.

For the first time in the history of the European Junior Championships, Great Britain entered all four events – Solo, Duet, Team and Combination – and the juniors performed well, progressing to the finals in all but one of the events.


In Commonwealth year, Jenna Randall secured a silver medal in the Solo competition, while she and Allison narrowly missed out on bronze medal in the Duet, finishing in fourth.



European Champs 2016