Russia was the first to ‘arrive’ to Tokyo among the European synchro swimmers by winning the team event at the LEN Artistic (Synchronised) Swimming Champions Cup in St. Petersburg.
The second day of the LEN Artistic Swimming Champions Cup saw a power demonstration from the host Russians as they clinched all three titles and added a bronze since both of their duets made the podium.
For a bit of surprise, only one of the two titles on offer on the opening day stayed at home at the LEN Artistic (Synchronized) Swimming Champions Cup in St. Petersburg. The Russians won the Team Technical but Spain bettered them in the Highlights events.
The fourth leg of the FINA Artistic Swimming World Series 2019 came to an end tonight in Tokyo, Japan, as Russian stars Svetlana Kolesnichenko and Svetlana Romashina, both Olympic and World champions, displayed their best form over the three-day competition from April 27-29.
Team Russia clinched nine gold medals out of ten available this weekend in Kazan, Russia, as the experienced host city staged the third leg of the FINA Artistic Swimming World Series 2019 for the first time since the inception of the annual competition in 2017.
Svetlana Romashina, four-time FINA synchronized swimmer of the year, plans to come out of retirement to buoy Russia’s already-dominant synchronized swimming program.
Russia continued to dominate the synchro scene on day 5 at the World Championships.
The Russian synchronized swimmers continued to shine on day 2 at the 2017 World Championships.
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Take a look at FINA’s video highlighting why synchro deserves our attention and respect.
Natalia Ishcenko (above) and Svetlana Romashina each won their 4th career Olympic gold medals on Tuesday.
Natalie Ischenko (above) and her partner Svetlana Romashina will seek to defend their Olympic duet gold, pending the IOC’s decision on the Russian Federation’s wholesale participation in the Games.
Laszlo Cseh was recognized as LEN’s top male swimmer of 2015.
Svetlana Romashina (RUS) rocks her routine to Pretty Woman and successfully defends her title from 2013, winning with 95.2680 points, by 2.1396
Ryan Lochte has been named the FINA World Swimmer of the Year for the 2nd time in three years.