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Synchro Canada – Winnipeg, June 2,  2016Rachel Blainey and Alexa Swales, representing Toronto’s Granite Synchro, won the Canadian Espoir Championships’s 11-12 Duet event today at the Pan Am Pool in Winnipeg, MB.

The young pair posted a score of 62.2224 to capture gold ahead of Jasmine Raybould  and Sarah Taylor from Olympium Synchro who placed second with 61.6681.  Juliet Alexander and Lauren Bell, from Calgary Killarney Synchro, won bronze with 61.2388.

See Full 11-12 Duet Results >

Earlier in the day, Gloucester Synchro’s Meaghan Lapierre ranked first with 67.0890 points in the 11-12 figures event.  Charlotte Gray of Granite Synchro was second at 65.8890 and Léonie Corbeil of Neptune Synchro third at 65.4880.

See Full 11-12 Figures Results >

13-15 Preliminary Events

In 13-15 team preliminaries, the Calgary Aquabelles picked up where they left off at the National Qualifier event last March by coming first with a score of 140.7477.  The teams from Montreal Synchro and Quebec Excellence Synchro are on their heels in the second and third positions with scores of 138.5731 and 138.1564.  The winner will be crowned at the very end of the competition on Saturday afternoon.

See full 13-15 Team Preliminaries Results >

In the 13-15 solo preliminary round, Teah Hoffman of the Calgary Aquabelles stands first in a very tight contest with a combined score of 140.2523.  Flynne Gosling of Victoria Synchro is second at 140.0557 while Jade Warren, of Gloucester Synchro, is in third at 139,8287.  The final will be held on Saturday morning.

See Full 13-15 Solo Preliminaries Results >

Over 300 synchronized swimmers from 31 clubs and 9 Canadian provinces are in Winnipeg to compete in the 2016 Canadian Espoir Synchronized Swimming Championships, along with over 80 coaches and 30 officials.  The competition continues through to Saturday, June 4.

All events from the Championships will be webcast live. Schedules, start lists, results and links to live webcast and live results can be found at www.espoir2016.ca.

All-event packages will be available at the door for $25.  Family passes are available for $40 and single day tickets for June 1 – June 5 will be sold for $7.

Schedule for Friday, June 3
 

About Synchro Canada
Synchro Canada is an organization that fosters the pursuit of excellence while developing athletes, citizens, and ambassadors of the sport of synchronized swimming at all levels. From its 1924 beginnings in Montréal, synchronized swimming has been actively pursued by more than 70 countries worldwide. Canada proudly ranks among the best of these nations.

The 2016 Canadian Espoir Synchronized Swimming Championships have been made possible in part by the Government of Canada.

Synchro Canada would like to thank its sponsors: 

Program partners: Sport Canada, Own The Podium, the Institut national du sport du Québec
Official Aquatic Supplier: Speedo Canada
Official Makeup, Skincare and Suncare: Shiseido Canada

For further information, visit Synchro Canada’s Website at www.synchro.ca or follow Synchro Canada on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Flickr.

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For information:

Stéphane Côté
Communications Manager
Synchro Canada
Email: stephane@synchro.ca 
Cell.: (418) 420-2125

Time

Age Group

Event

10:30am – 1:00pm

13-15

National Team Trials – Phase 2

2:00pm – 2:50pm

11-12

Solo Finals

2:50pm – 3:00pm

11-12

SSWCD Solo Finals

4:20pm – 5:30pm

13-15

Duet Finals