Swim England Artistic Swimming

The home of artistic swimming in England

Swim England Artistic Swimming Virtual National Junior and Senior Championships 2021

In 2021, Swim England Artistic Swimming National Championships will be held virtually. Swimmers across the country will complete their routines within the comforts of their clubs and will submit the videos of their routines for judges to score virtually.

The top 12 routines in each event will progress to the live showcase virtual event, which will be live streamed via Swim England social media channels on 25 – 26 September 2021.

Titles are to be contested in the following four events, with entries accepted from Swim England Category 2 members, Scottish Swimming and Swim Wales equivalent, and countries affiliated to FINA:

Events
Event 1Technical Solo
Event 2Technical Duet
Event 3Technical Mixed Duet (one male and one female)
Event 4Technical Team

Entries

Entry dates
Entries open12 noon, 3 September 2021
Entries close & video submission deadline12 noon, 13 September 2021

Key event documents

Live Virtual Championships

Top 12 routines within each event will progress to the live streamed Championships Final which will be streamed live via Swim England social media channels:

Live streaming will take place on the 25 – 26 September 2021

About the Swim England Artistic Swimming National Championships

Historically, Swim England Artistic Swimming National Championships are the highest level of domestic competition for English artistic swimmers.

The historic competition would traditionally feature technical and free routine competitions for Solo, Duet and Team events.

The event has been known as the British Synchronised Swimming Championships in the past.

Some of Swim England’s most prestigious trophies – including the Redwood Trophy – have been awarded at the Championships for decades.

In 2019, the Redwood Trophy went to Reading Royals for the first time in almost 20 years.

Isobel Blinkhorn and Cerys Larsen won gold for Reading in the Free Duet Free, while Greta Hampson retained her titles in the Tech and Free Solo.

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