Up-and-coming synchronised swimming stars from Canada, China, Italy, Mexico, Russia, Spain and Ukraine are set to compete in the ninth edition of the FINA Synchronised Swimming World Trophy, organised on December 13-14, 2014 in Beijing (CHN).
The sport of synchronized swimming will make an historic move in the near future as FINA recently added mixed-gender events to its international championships.
Mixed-gender synchro diving will be making its way into FINA’s event lineups sooner rather than later.
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“The athletes swam well at trials, and the selection was not an easy choice,” said Myriam Glez, USA Synchro’s High Performance Director. “I look forward to working with the athletes on the duets and choreography.”
In the newest event, Highlight Routine or Acrobatic Team, the Ukraine beats the other two competing teams Mexico and Canada with a score of 93.1333.
The team of China has dominated the 13th edition of the FINA Synchronised Swimming World Cup, organised in Québec City…
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After the Team Free Performance, 2010’s silver medalist, China claims Gold this time with a combined score of 188.0322.
After the Duet Free Performance, Huang Xuechen and Sun Wenyen (CHN), who lead by 2.4607 after the Technical Performance, get the win with 186.7041 points, successfully defending China’s title from 2010.
2014, Quebec City, Canada, the 13th FINA Synchronized Swimming World Cup, In the Team Technical Performance, with a score of 92.7655, China takes the lead by 2.6749 points. Last time in 2010, China took Silver, behind Russia.
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After the Duet Technical Performance, Huang Xuechen and Sun Wenyen (CHN) lead by nearly three points with a score of 92.2374. China is the defending champs from 2010.