There’s still time to enter the ASA’s flagship senior national synchro event, the ASA National Synchronised Swimming Championships 2016.
The ASA National Synchro Champs 2016 will take place at the state-of-the-art Speedo Swim Centre in Harvey Hadden Sports Village, Nottingham from 16 – 17 April.
The Sports Village opened in September 2015 after a £16m redevelopment and the Speedo Swim Centre features an eight-lane 50m swimming pool with adjustable floors and spectator seating for up to 300 people.
Masters Free Combination Teams who have entered the Arena LEN European Masters Championships 2016 are invited to attend this event as an opportunity to swim their routine in front of judges ahead of the competition in May.
Entrants will not be part of the championships and medals will not be awarded. However judges will provide a score and feedback.
The ASA National Synchronised Swimming Championships were held for the first time in 2015, replacing the discontinued British Synchronised Swimming Championships and taking place in the familiar surroundings of Gloucester’s GL1 Leisure Centre.
Rushmoor’s Hannah Randall won the Free Solo event the doubled up with Jorja Brown for gold in the Free Duet last year while City of Bristol swept the Team events with golds in the Free Combination, Team Tech and Team Free competitions.
- Click here for reports from the ASA National Synchronised Swimming Championships 2015