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European challenge awaits synchro juniors

British Swimming – Full story here The British Junior Synchronised Swimming team will head to Rijeka in Croatia for the European Junior Championships from the 22-26 June. 11 athletes have been selected to represent Great Britain (including Reading’s Emma Critchley and Hannah Mulshaw) with many making full international debuts. The team also comprises of four athletes that recently competed in London at the LEN European Aquatics Championships; Kate Shortman, Isabelle Thorpe, Emma Critchley and Danielle Cooper who will bring important experience into the camp. Competition begins in Croatia on 22ndRead More

GB Synchro secure bronze at French Open 2016

Courtesy – Make Up Forever 6em 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 theRead More


 Aquazone article by EMMA CRITCHLEY The realisation that we’d be making history, by competing at the first ever European games, held in Baku, was immense and filled us with excitement. This excitement gave us the drive that we needed to up our game in training, ready for Baku. We then had about three months before the games. In early May the team went to the English Championships as a practice event, but I set off to Tokyo for the Japan Open with the duet squad. We all gained experience andRead More