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Entries open for the ASA National Synchro Champs

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Entries have opened for the ASA National Synchro Championships 2016, taking place from the 22-23 April 2017 in Nottingham.

This is the second year that the event takes place at the Harvey Hadden Sports Complex in the Nottingham suburb of Bilborough.

It will see the best senior synchronised swimmers in the country competing for national honours.

The standard of athletes at this competition is very high. All solo entrants must have reached skills Level 5 in order to enter.

  • Click here to head to our entries page where you can download the entry pack and submit your entry.

Entries close at 12 noon on Friday 10 March.

Bristol dominate 2016 championships

City of Bristol led the way at the ASA National Synchro Champs 2016, taking three out of five gold medals on offer.

They claimed the top spot in the Free Duet Routine thanks to ASA Aquatics Award winners, Kate Shortman and Isabelle Thorpe.

Shortman also claimed a second gold in the Free Solo routine. She took her first senior title thanks to a dramatic and well executed routine. Bristol’s final gold came in the Technical Routine. Bristol won the Redwood Trophy for the highest combined Technical and Free Team routines.

Rushmoor SSC were also in the mix, claiming two gold, two silvers and a bronze medal. Their two gold medals came in the Free Combination Routine and the Free Team Routine. Rushmoor’s Jodie Cowie received the trophy for Synchronised Swimmer of the Year.

Want a taste of what is to come? You can watch the winning routines from the ASA National Synchronised Swimming Championships 2016 on our YouTube Channel.

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