Swim England North West currently supports 7 Synchronised Swimming clubs within the Region through the Club Development Team and the Regional Synchronised Swimming Management Group (SSMG). The SSMG meet quarterly to ensure that all aspects of the sport are provided for with development opportunities and competitions throughout the region.
The Regional Synchronised Swimming Management Group organise a number of low level competitions through the year in order to support the progression of each athlete.
Synchronised Swimming routines are essentially athletic movements performed in water and choreographed to music. This is an incredibly strenuous and skillful sport. Synchronised swimmers need strength to perform twists and lifts whilst also having the ability to hold their breath under water for around a minute.
Synchronised Swimming has four main categories of competition:
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