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City of Bristol win 15-18yrs Combo on day two of NAGs Synchro

City of Bristol took the 15-18yrs Combo title after their interpretation of ‘Shake it Off’ by Taylor Swift.

They had some impressive elements within the routine, and made good use of the pool space. They scored a total of 58.9000 for the gold medal.

Collectively, the Bristol team commented: “It feels absolutely amazing to win gold, we’ve worked really hard all year and it’s really nice to see it all pay off. We ended the day on a real high note.”

Second place went to Halifax SC with 55.5000 for their Jungle Book routine.

They showed great presentation to the judges got plenty of height out of the water with their lifts and used some great changes in pace to complement the music choice.

Rushmoor took the final sport on the podium, claiming gold with a score of 55.3000 for their routine to ‘Divergent’.

15-18 Yrs Free Combination Results

1City of Bristol SC58.9000
2Halifax SC55.5000
3Rushmoor Synchro SC55.3000
5Henley Synchronised SC53.7000
6Walsall Synchronised SC53.2667
7Cheltenham SWPC53.0667
8Witney & District Synchronised SC52.9333
9Medway Mermaids Synchro Club49.1000
10Brentwood SC48.2333

Rugby take top spot in 13-14yrs Combo

Rugby Synchro put in an impressive performance in the 13-14yrs Combination event, donning purple costumes and swimming to the Beetlejuice Soundtrack.

The dramatic routine showed some great changes in formation, with the action flowing seamlessly throughout. They were awarded 56.5333 to take home the gold.

Second place went to City of Bristol SC who scored 54.2000 and just behind were Walsall with 54.0667. Walsall used the maximum number of swimmers, 10, and had a well-timed routine to the Bongo Song by Safri Duo.

Isobel Ogg said: “It feels amazing to win a gold medal, for most of us it’s our first or second nationals. We really worked well together as a team and we have amazing coaches.”

13-14 Yrs Free Combination Results

1Rugby SC56.5333
2City of Bristol SC54.2000
3Walsall Synchronised SC54.0667
4Reading Royals SSC54.0000
5Rushmoor Synchro SC ‘A’53.9333
6Henley Synchronised SC52.1333
7Witney & District Synchronised SC51.2333
8Bramcote SC50.4333
9Barnett Copthall SC50.3000
10Medway Mermaids Synchro Club49.4333
11Telford Aqua49.0333
12Cheltenham SWPC48.3333
13Portsmouth Victoria SC46.9667
14Halifax SC45.8333
15Rushmoor Synchro SC ‘B’45.2667

Reading Royals take gold in 12yrs and under Combo

Reading Royals showed their skill in the 12yrs and under Combo event. They had nice pattern changes in the routine, showing a good awareness of one another. They scored 53.1333 to top the podium.

City of Bristol took the silver medal for their rendition of Groove is in the Heart by Deee-Lite which got a great response from the crowd. They scored 52.1667.

Third place went to Walsall Synchronised Swimming Club, who scored 49.9000 for their ‘Muppets Show’ routine.

12Yrs and Under Free Combination Results

1Reading Royals SSC53.1333
2City of Bristol SC52.1667
3Walsall Synchronised SC49.9000
4City of Birmingham SC48.4667
5Witney & District Synchronised SC47.3667
6Cheltenham SWPC47.0333
7Portsmouth Victoria SC46.5333
8Rugby SC46.3333
9City of Preston Aquatics SC46.3000
10Henley Synchronised SC46.0000
12Chippenham ASC45.8333
13Halifax SC ‘B’45.7667
14Bramcote SC ‘B’45.5333
15Bramcote SC ‘A’45.4667
16City of Salford SC45.4333
17Portsmouth & District Synchronised SC45.1000
18Leeds Mermaids Synchro SC44.8667
19Rushmoor Synchro SC43.5000
20Stockport Metro SC42.6667
21Gateshead Synchronised SC42.4000
22Chelmsford City SC41.8667
23Halifax SC ‘A’41.0333
24Barnet Copthall SC38.5000
25Brighton SC34.5000