Synchronised Swimming National Masters Championships 2019 in numbersNovember 15, 2019
The Swim England Synchronised Swimming National Masters Championships 2019 will be one of the biggest ever in the history of the event.
Here is a look at the key numbers as swimmers from across the country prepare to compete at K2 Crawley on Saturday 16 November.
A record number of clubs will be challenging for medals.
The number of entrants across all age groups – only one shy of last year’s record tally.
Seymour Synchro will compete across 17 different categories – more than any other club.
The competition features five events, split into various age groups – duet (technical and free), solo (technical and free), mixed duet, team (technical and free) and combination team.
A total of 19 national titles will be up for grabs.
Battle for gold
The 18-24 solo event will be the most competitive, with eight swimmers vying for gold.
Three members of Britain’s World Masters Championships squad will be competing. Andrea Holland and Carolyn Macdonald won the 60-69 duet gold medal, while their Rushmoor teammate Angela Boitsidis also impressed in Gwangju.
Rushmoor have eight titles to defend, having won a total of 12 medals at last year’s event in Rugby, including three silvers and a bronze.
Visit the Synchro National Masters Championships event page to find out everything you need to know.
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