The legendary Natalia Ischenko (above) has retired, but Russia was still dominant in the solo and duet technical routine prelims on Friday in BUdapest.
Spain’s Ona Carbonell grabbed two gold medals this weekend in Long Island (USA) at the sixth meet of the FINA…
World silver medalist Cammile Adams, world champion Haley Anderson, teenage phenom Michael Andrew, 4-time Olympian Tony Azevedo and the USA Synchro Olympic duet team are all part of Team SwimOutlet for 2016.
USA Synchro has selected Anita Alvarez (Kenmore, N.Y.) and Mariya Koroleva (Concord, Calif.) as the duet for the 2016 U.S. Olympic qualification synchronized swimming team.
Anita Alvarez and Mariya Koroleva (USA) score 84.9667, good enough for 11th place, 8.6333 points off the podium.
“The girls had more energy, and it was overall a better swim than prelims,” U.S. national team coach Myriam Glez said.
The U.S. duo of Bill May (Cicero, N.Y.) and Christina Jones won gold Sunday in the first-ever mixed duet technical event at the FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
The U.S. national synchronized swimming team and duet were both in third place Thursday after the first day of competition at the 2015 Pan Am Games.
USA Synchro has announced its duet for the 2015 Pan Am Games next month. Anita Alvarez (Kenmore, N.Y.) and 2012 Olympian Mariya Koroleva (Concord, Calif.) will compete at the Pan Am Games in Toronto on July 9 and July 11.
Elite synchronized swimmers from 12 countries will compete for numerous titles at the U.S. Open Synchronized Swimming Championships in Long Island, N.Y., starting May 27.
The 2015 Pan American Games will be held July 10-26 in Toronto. The FINA World Championships is scheduled for Aug. 5-16 in Kazan, Russia.
U.S. Senior National Squad members Mariya Koroleva and Alison Williams won silver medals in duet Wednesday at the China Open Synchronized Swimming Championships in Shaoxing, China.
Lindenwood University and the Santa Clara Aquamaids won High Point Team Awards as the U.S. National Synchronized Swimming Championships concluded…
Former Olympians and the 2015 U.S. National Squad will be among the 350 swimmers from 40 teams that will compete at the U.S. National Synchronized Swimming Championships this week.
The U.S. synchronized swimming duet of Anita Alvarez and Mariya Koroleva posted a sixth-place finish Saturday at the Make Up For Ever French Open in Paris.