Get ready for the Synchro Combo Cup 2017

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On Saturday 16 September the very first Swim England Combo Cup is happening at the Manchester Aquatics Centre.

The event is unique in the synchronised swimming calendar as it only features free combination routines. There is also no minimum standard to compete.

This provides a great opportunity for less experienced swimmers to take part in a national competition. Smaller clubs who have fewer experienced swimmers in their squad can also enter teams.

The free combination is arguably the most exciting type of synchro routine. It features impressive lifts and throws, up-tempo music and up to 10 athletes swimming together. A total of 70 teams from 27 clubs will compete on the day with a massive 595 competitors.

Each club that wins a medal is awarded points, and the club with the largest total score will win the Combo Cup.

There are two divisions. Division 1 is for those swimmers who hold a Swim England Figure Grade 2 or less. Division 2 is for teams with swimmers who have a Swim England Figure Grade 3 or above.

  • Click here to find out more about the event format and the schedule..

The event will be a showcase of some of the country’s up and coming talent. The free combination is a fun event to watch. It is formed of one routine, with segments where individual swimmers and small groups break off to show their artistic flair.

The clubs that are competing on the day are:

  • Aqualina Synchro Club
  • City of Birmingham SC
  • Borough of Kirklees SC
  • Brentwood SC
  • Bramcote SC
  • Chelmsford City SC
  • Cheltenham SWPC
  • City of Bristol SC
  • City of Preston Aquatics SC
  • Edinburgh Synchro ASC
  • Green Arrows SSC
  • Gateshead Synchronised SC
  • Halifax SC
  • City of Leeds
  • Medway Mermaids Synchro Club
  • Portsmouth & District SSC
  • Reading Royals SSC
  • Rugby SC
  • Rushmoor Synchro SC
  • Seymour Synchro SC
  • Stockport Metro SC
  • South Yorkshire Swans
  • Telford Aqua
  • Trafford Synchro SC
  • Walsall Synchronised SC
  • Warrington Warriors SC
  • City of Salford Synchronised Swimming Club
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