GB Synchro secure bronze at French Open 2016
The British Synchronised Swimming team finished the French Open 2016 with progress in the Duet and Solo and a bronze medal in the Free Team.
The eight-strong team competing in the Free Routine consisted of Isabelle Thorpe, Hannah Randall, Phoebe Bradley-Smith, Danielle Cooper, Jorja Brown, Emma Critchley, Kate Shortman and Zoe James. Each athlete stepped up to show the progress they have made in their first senior international competition together.
The team finished fourth in the Technical routine but went one better in the Free routine, winning bronze with a score of 76.6667.
In her first senior international Solo final, Hannah Randall finished in eighth place overall with a total score of 74.3333.
Katie Clark and Olivia Federici finished in tenth place overall in the Free Final with a score of 78.0333 after performing their snakes-themed routine for the second time of the weekend.
THE TEAM COMPETING AT THE FRENCH OPEN 2016 INCLUDED:
- Phoebe Bradley-Smith (City of Birmingham)
- Jorja Brown (Rushmoor)
- Katie Clark (Reading Royals)
- Danielle Cooper (Rushmoor)
- Emma Critchley (Reading Royals)
- Olivia Federici (Rushmoor)
- Zoe James (Rushmoor)
- Hannah Randall (Rushmoor)
- Kate Shortman (City of Bristol)
- Isabelle Thorpe (City of Bristol)
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