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Women’s Sport Week: Spotlight on Jenny Gray

       ASA – swimming.org “I might be a little biased but I think synchronised swimming is the perfect sport for women and girls. It is a combination of dance, and all the grace, elegance and glamour that come with that, as well as athleticism. All sports allow girls to challenge their potential and synchronised swimming combines individual skill with team camaraderie”. Find out a bit more about Jenny and her time in synchro – Full article HERE


Jenny Gray awarded MBE in Birthday Honours 2016

   Story and picture – the ASA   Jenny Gray MBE“When I found out I had received an MBE I was shocked, totally thrilled and absolutely honoured” Synchronised Swimming’s Jenny Gray has been recognised for her services to the sport with an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list 2016. The world-renowned synchro expert is one of four members of the swimming community to be included in the list, which was announced as part of the Queen’s 90th birthday celebrations. “I was shocked, totally thrilled and absolutely honoured” –  saidRead More


Royal.. family

Reading Royals have been at the forefront of synchronised swimming since the sport’s earliest days in Britain more than 40 years ago… With a list of television credits and a BAFTA to their name, the Reading Royals Synchronised Swimming Club could easily be mistaken for a casting agency. But away from the camera is a highly dedicated and disciplined group of coaches and athletes that have helped the club to become one of the best, n one of the most underestimated sports. Based at Central Swimming Pool in Reading, :Read More


First Ever Issue of “SYNCHRO WORLD”

                                    The first ever issue of Synchro World pictured Caroline Holmyard. Editor Jenny Gray “It’s here at last your very own magazine with the aim of bringing you up to date with coaching techniques,course detials including reports, National, District and Club News, competition results and your news and views.” For more on the first few issues go to Thru’the year 1983/1984