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Scorer Training details

The role of a Scorer in Synchronised Swimming is to record marks and make the necessary computations for each routine.

Training courses currently scheduled are shown below, click on the contact for more details and the application form (when available).

Date (2015) Training Course Venue Contact
Sun 18 Jan Chief Recorder (NTC-12) SportPark, Loughborough Julie Thompson
Sat 7 Feb National Scorer (RTC-9) Reading, Berks Kate Coupar
Sun 7 June National Scorer (RTC-23) Wellington, Somerset Mary Hooper





To become a Synchronised Swimming Scorer you must be at least 16 years old.


You will need to complete the Scorer for Synchronised Swimming training course and pass an examination.


This role is a voluntary position with a swimming club, the ASA at regional or national level, or with British Swimming.

Next Steps

The next step for this role would be to gain additional experience at competitions of a higher level.

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