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Synchro Canada – Budapest, HUN, July 20, 2018 – The Team Technical program was the only event on the schedule on Friday at the World Junior Artistic Swimming Championships. A fast-paced routine lasting just under 3 minutes in which 8 athletes perform a series of pre-determined technical elements, the technical program featured entries from 20 countries in Budapest.

Swimming to music taken from chase scenes in the movie The Italian Job (2003), Team Canada delivered a powerful and energetic performance, earning a score of 84.4921 and the 7th position.

Russia and Ukraine, who have respectively earned gold and silver in all events so far at these Championships, continued their dominance and came in first and second place. Japan came third and earned its 4th bronze medal since the beginning of the week at Duna Arena.

The swimmers representing Canada in today’s Team Tech event were:

ARMSTRONG, Emily Scarborough, ON Regional Training Centre – Ontario
BARRETT, Catherine St. John’s, NL Regional Training Centre – Ontario
CZARKOWSKI, Jaime Calgary, AB Calgary Aquabelles
FINN, Scarlett Toronto, ON Regional Training Centre – Ontario
GAUTHIER, Mikaëlle Gatineau, QC Dollard Synchro
HOPPER, Paige Calgary, AB Calgary Aquabelles
REGNIER, Jaiden Mactaquac, NB Regional Training Centre – Ontario
SPOTT, Emma Toronto, ON Regional Training Centre – Ontario
[R] HOFFMANN, Teah Calgary, AB Calgary Aquabelles
[R] STREMLAW, Kristin Ottawa, ON Regional Training Centre – Ontario
[R] WINKELAAR, Cassandra Calgary, AB Calgary Aquabelles

The competition ends tomorrow for Team Canada with Team Free – both prelims and final.

Schedule – July 21, 2018

Team Free – Prelims 11am local (5am EDT)
Team Free – Final 6pm local (12pm EDT)

For all Canadian schedules, start lists, results and links to live stream, please visit the [/?p=5153]event page on

For additional information about Junior World Championships, visit FINA’s website.

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For information:

Stéphane Côté
Events & Communications Director
Synchro Canada

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