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Joining A Synchro Club

Joining a club is a great way to get into synchro and work to follow in the footsteps of Great Britain’s Olympic greats.

Ask your parents to make sure the club you join has swim21 accreditation. They can learn more about swim21 here.Synchro clubs are great if you want to try synchronised swimming or take your synchro further. There are over 100 synchro clubs across England alone.

You can also meet like-minded friends and learn to take part in competitions, just like GB Olympians Jenna Randall and Olivia Federici.

With a club you get lots of support and coaching to become a great synchronised swimmer.

How can I find a club

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