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FINA 2009 World Championships Swimming - Day 3 Morning Session

David Davies took five seconds off the 800m Freestyle British record as the British Gas swimming team secured one final and three semi-final places after strong performances through the heat session. Davies took to heat four alongside Italian Federico Colbertaldo and Robert Hurley (Australia) and was looking to post a quick time to reach the final next day.

The Olympic silver medallist dominated the first half of his race but as the race entered the final 400m Colbertaldo began to close in on the British Gas swimmer. Davies showed his strength in the final 100m as he touched in a time of 7:45.89 to knock five seconds off his own British record time and qualified in fourth place for the final.

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Synchronised Swimming Results

Synchronised Swimming competition results

Gemma Mengual and Andrea Fuentes of Spain stole the show at the British Synchronised Swimming Championships held on 1/2 December 2007 in Gloucester. They are pictured here performing in Brazil.

FINA 2009 World Championships

Synchronised swimming events 18 to 25 July 2009

ASA South West Region Novice Figures Competition 2009

4 July 2009 - Kingswood Pool

Download results of the synchronised swimming Novice Figures Competition

Second International City of Barcelona Synchronised Swimming Trophy 2009

19/20 June 2009 - Picornell Pool (Barcelona)

Day 1

Jenna Randall and Olivia Allison impressed with their skilled performances. The British Gas duet has been working on their routines in Russia and finished in fourth place in the Free Duet with a total of 90.333 points. They added new choreography to the routine and it proved to be solid swim from the Olympians.

Exeter lift Walsall Trophy 2009

Novice and Skill 3 and Below Teams

The Walsall Trophy is an inter club event held annually. In 2008, Exeter Synchro and Chippenham shared the Trophy as they were level on points at the end of the competition. The Exeter squad in 2009 were absolutely focussed on winning the trophy again in a competition enlarged to include two team events as well as three duet events. This meant extra swimmers and, more importantly, extra supporters The balcony at St James pool was "rocking" with the number of spectators and the atmosphere was brilliant.

Honours were shared between all clubs for the duet events, but Exeter won both teams and thereby carried off the trophy. Polly Thompson, Exeter’s captain collected the trophy on behalf of the club and is pictured below right with Shannon Langdon with whom she won the Grade 3 & Below Duet.

European Champions Cup 2009 - Day 3

The British Gas Synchro squad rounded off an impressive week with stong performances from both the duet and team on the final day. The duet of Olivia Allison and Jenna Randall finished a best ever sixth in the Free Routine Final with a score of 90.667 following scores of 9s right across the board.

It was a strong performance for the British pair who showed a real level of consistency as they continue to improve on the international stage.

The British team finished in a strong fifth place in the Free Routine Combination final to round off its first full international test ahead of the World Championships in July. The team continues to show massive improvements and this result shows preparations for the Rome World Championships are going well.

European Champions Cup 2009 - Day 2

The British Gas Synchro team finished in sixth place overall in the Team event at the European Champions Cup in Andorra. The day started with the Brits performing their Free Programme and they performed well and took away scores of 8s to finish in sixth place.

When the scores for the Technical and the Free Routines were combined the British Gas team lay in sixth place overall and entered the Free Final in a good position.

European Champions Cup 2009 - Day 1

The first day saw the British Gas Synchronised Swimming team make an impressive start to the competition which sees them pitted against the best Synchro nations in the Europe. The British Gas Duet was the first of the British athletes to take to the pool in this meet and they did not disappoint. Olympians Jenna Randall and Olivia Allison put in an excellent performance with their Duet Free Routine.

The Free Routine has been adapted since the Olympics and Randall and Allison performed all aspects well showing improved speed and power in the water. The scores mirrored the girl’s performance with them securing high 8s and 9s to put them in eighth place. Randall and Allison’s Technical programme has been developed to match the girl’s advancing skills and they gave a strong performance but received slightly lower scores of 8s to finish in eighth place overall with a total of 89.751.

View video of Ona Carbonell and Andrea Fuentes (Spain) in Duet Free Routine Preliminaries (6m 50s flashplayer required to view)

Synchronised Swimming on Sky Sports

Action from the 21st LEN European Junior Synchronised Swimming team will be shown on Sky Sports on Tuesday 12 May 2009.

The show will feature action from throughout the week-long event which took place at the Gloucester Leisure Centre in April. There will be highlights of the Team, Combo, Duet and Solo events and also an interview with National Performance Director Biz Price.

The show will air on Sky Sports Extra at 7pm – 8pm or it will be shown again on Sky Sports 3 at 11pm – 12am.

21st LEN European Junior Synchronised Swimming Championships deemed a success

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The 21st LEN European Junior Synchronised Swimming Championships closed to sell out crowds on Sunday with Russia taking an expected clean sweep of gold medals.

The five-day event at the GL1 Leisure Centre in Gloucester saw Russia retain titles in all events. The shock of the event came from the Ukrainian team as they stole medals from Spain in the Combination and Team events. But Spain’s Christina Salvador showed her true skill as she helped her country to the silver medal in the Solo and Duet events.

The British Gas Junior Synchronised Swimming Squad reached three finals and moved up one position in the duet rankings and secured eighth place with their Combination Routine. They also equalled their position in the 2008 Team event and finished three places higher in the Figures.

21st LEN European Junior Synchronised Swimming Championships 2009 - Day 5

The national anthem of Russia played for a third and fourth time during the final day of the LEN European Junior Synchronised Swimming Championships, as they captured the gold in both the Free Solo and Duet events.

In the Free Solo event, Svetlana Kolesnichenko entertained the crowd with her flexibility and movements as she swam her way to the top spot with a score of 92.500. Despite winning, Kolesnichenko believes that she can perform much better; ‘They were okay scores, I am happy though. I did good corrections in my Final and it was better than my Preliminary. I’m aiming to remain number one for the rest of the year and I will hopefully moving up to seniors in a couple of years time.’

The battle for silver was won by Spain’s Cristina Salvador whose score of 90.000 was enough avenge her country’s two bronze medals already won in these Championships.

View video of Cristina Salvador in solo final (5m 22s flashplayer required to view)