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Synchro Canada

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Synchro Canada’s Senior National Team is preparing for the 2012 Olympic Games with the objective of attaining that difficult goal of stepping on the Olympic podium and to continue the pursuit of its rich tradition of excellence.

At the 2011 Pan American Games, Canada won the team and duet events to qualify for the 2012 Olympic Games by beating the United States by more than 10 points; a significant improvement over four years ago when Canada finished second behind the United States. At the 2011 FINA World Aquatic Championships, Canada won the bronze medal in the combo event by beating the reigning world champions, Spain, with a routine never shown before.

Canada is getting prepared for the 2012 Olympic Games with the same strategy which lead to the bronze medal at the 2011 FINA World Aquatic Championships. The team is creating four routines which will only be shown in London and which will be a demonstration of the strength, creativity and spectacular highlights which characterize Canada in the world of synchronized swimming.
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Swimming, Sculling and Holding our Breath All the Way to the Podium

The excitement and energy is all around us. We can't wait to have the opportunity to show everyone who we are. Check out Canada's Synchronized Swimming team closely; you will see things that you've never seen before in our routines. We innovate, push the limits of the impossible and push the acrobatics to a higher level. We're here to win a medal.
08/08/2012 11:53 EDT
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We're Hoping For a Synchronized Win at the Olympics!

The Canadian Synchronized Swimming team will soon be in the spotlight. We have been together for four years. We understand each other and we are a great family: 12 sisters! After a training camp of 360 hours in six weeks in a secret location in Spain, we are ready to compete against our rivals and all of those who will be in our way. Be careful! Canada is coming!
08/03/2012 05:27 EDT