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  1. Coaching Synchronized Swimming Effectively by Margaret Swan Forbes, 1988-09
  2. Coaching Intermediate Synchronized Swimming Effectively by Kim E. Van Buskirk, 1987-05
  3. Introduction to synchronized swimming by Jean K Lundholm, 1976
  4. Synchronized Swimming: An American History by Dawn Pawson Bean, 2005-03-04
  5. Synchronized Swimming by Stephen Corey, 1993-11
  6. Creative Synchronized Swimming by Beula O. Gundling, Jill E. White, 1988-01
  7. Synchronized Swimming by George Rackham, 1979-06
  8. Better Synchronized Swimming for Girls by Janet Chiefari, 1981-10
  9. Synchronized Swimming by Helen Elkington, Jane Chamberlain, 1986-07-24
  10. Components of Synchronized Swimming by Frances Jones, Joyce Lindeman, 1975-03
  11. Teaching Synchronized Swimming by B. J. Vickers, 1965-01
  12. Rhythmic Swimming: A Source Book of Synchronized Swimming and Water Pageantry by Katharine Whitney Curtis, 1949
  13. Synchronized Swimming (Know the Game) by Jennifer Gray, 1985-06-27
  14. Beginning Synchronized Swimming by Betty Spears,

1. >>>USA Synchro
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Events Collegiate Page E-Newsletter ... FINA View the Fall Issue of Synchro Swimming USA Team USA Takes Silver as the 2007 FINA World Trophy Cup Concludes Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The United States wrapped up competition today at the 2007 FINA World Trophy Cup by claiming the silver medal in the free combination routine. Team USA posted a score of 98.667 while Russia was golden with a mark of 99.000. Spain finished in the third place position with a 97.333. Read More Team USA Grabs Bronze at 2007 FINA World Trophy Cup Spain Knocks Off Top Ranked Russia Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

2. Synchronized Swimming - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
synchronized swimming is a hybrid of swimming, gymnastics, and dance. This sport has an artistic effect, and really relates to those three sports.
Synchronized swimming
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Jump to: navigation search Russian synchronized swimming team, May 2007 Synchronized swimming is a hybrid of swimming gymnastics , and dance . This sport has an artistic effect, and really relates to those three sports. It consists of swimmers (either individuals, duets, trios, teams or combos) performing a synchronized routine of elaborate and dramatic moves in the water, accompanied by music. Synchronized swimming demands first-rate water skills, and requires strength, endurance, flexibility, grace, artistry and precise timing, not to mention exceptional breath control while upside down underwater. Developed in the early 1900s in Canada, it is a sport performed almost exclusively by women, although there is some participation by men. In its early form it was sometimes known as "water ballet". It is a Summer Olympic Games sport. First demonstrated in 1952, it has been an official event since 1984. Olympic and World Championship competition is not currently open to men, but other international and national competitions allow male competitors. Both USA Synchro and Synchro Canada allow men to compete with women.

3. Synchronized Swimming At Improv Everywhere
The mission was to create a synchronized swimming event in the Washington Square Park fountain. Our squad met in Union Square in the late afternoon.
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    Published on July 24, 2004 in Missions Featuring: Jesster, Keech, Kula, DeJong, Todd, Dippold, Shelktone, Barrison, Calhoun, Leonard, Montague, Marhekifson, Arnheiter, Rainswept, Rose, Berman, Casis, Becket, Taylor, Akia, Kemper, Irmas, Pierson, Dierkes, McMurrary, Fairey DV Cam: Agent Kula
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    Graphics: Agent DeJong The Amazing Hypnotist and The Amazing Stuntmen We knew the only way to actually get to use this stage was to use it when it was full of water. Last summer the fountain was working, and we planned to hold our Circle Line Tours mission there. Of course the day of the event the fountain was empty, presumably broken, and we had to change venues at the last minute to the smaller, and in this case ultimately funnier, Union Square fountain. On Saturday, July 24, 2004 Improv Everywhere finally got what we have wanted for so long.
    Agents Rose and Keech teach agents the choreography
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    The New York City Synchronized Swimming Team After the 16 swimmers entered the fountain and took their positions, Keech announced the beginning of the event and pressed play on the boombox. The Olympic Judges watched and judged from the side of the fountain.

4. Synchronized Swimming - Stanford University Official Athletic Site
Stanford synchronized swimming swept all three events for the third straight day, becoming the only collegiate team to achieve such a remarkable feat.
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5. Synchronized Swimming
Want to know more about synchronized swimming check here. Links to synchronized swimming, from your Guide.
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Want to know more about synchronized swimming - check here. Synchro - Olympics (2) Synchro - World Champs (11) Synchro - Pan Am Games (5) Synchro - World Cup (4) ... 2007 US Open Synchronized Swimming Competition Concludes The 2007 US Open Synchronized Swimming Championships concluded yesterday at the Central Oahu Regional Park Pool. Champions were crowned in the Senior division in the solo, duet and team events. Representatives from club teams from across the nation as well as several other countries competed for titles. 2007 US Open Synchronized Swimming Championships Senior Competition Finals Previ The 2007 U.S. Open Synchronized Swimming Championships continued yesterday with the Senior portion of the competition at the Central Oahu Regional Park Pool. Representatives from club teams from across the nation as well as several other countries competed for titles in the solo, duet, and team events. Yesterday’s free routine scores are combined with previous technical routine scores to determine the top eight competitors heading into finals. Finals competition will take place Saturday. Synchronized Swimming Junior Competition Makes a Splash at 2007 U.S. Open

6. Official Google Mac Blog: @synchronized Swimming
I was recently Sharking a piece of multithreaded code and realized we were getting bitten by the use of an @synchronized block around a shared resource we
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Monday, October 30, 2006 at 10/30/2006 06:20:00 PM
Posted by: Dave MacLachlan, Member of Technical Staff, Mac Team
(Editor's note: today's post is a bit different from our usual fare it's aimed at the Mac programmers out there. And if you're not a programmer, you might want to find one to guide you through this peek behind the scenes of how we make our applications fast and reliable.)
At Google, software performance is extremely important. Every millisecond counts, which is why we spend a lot of time using performance tools and other techniques to help make our software faster. I was recently Sharking a piece of multithreaded code and realized we were getting bitten by the use of an @synchronized block around a shared resource we were using:
static NSDictionary *foo = nil;
return [foo objectWithKey:bar];
Shark told us without a doubt that we were paying heavily for the @synchronized block each of the millions of times we were calling fooFerBar . We couldn't create the resource in +initialize , because fooFerBar was part of a category, and overriding

7. University Of Michigan Synchronized Swimming
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U-M Synchro hosts 2007 Michigan Age Group Clinic
University of Michigan Synchronized Swimming was the host organization for the 2007 Michigan Association Age Group Clinic, held November 10-11 at Canham Natatorium. Led by head coach Stephanie Sherk and assistant coach Molly Clark, with assistance from the 2007-08 team, athletes ranging from ages 10-18 attended sessions on core strengthening, flexibility, general strength, landdrilling, and routine skills, as well as skills specific to the 2008 age group figures. U-M Synchro alumnae featured in Metro Times article
Several University of Michigan Synchronized Swimming alumnae were featured in a September 2007 Metro Times article about Michigan athletics prior to Title IX . Jane Campbell ('74) and Lynn Sandmann ('70s) were among a number of athletes represented in the article titled "Long Shots," by Meghana Keshavan and Sandra Svoboda. The article can be accessed online at the

8. Boston University Synchronized Swimming
You have reached the homepage for the Boston University synchronized swimming team. If you are interested in joining the team, please see the Contact page
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Welcome to Boston University Synchronized Swimming
You have reached the homepage for the Boston University Synchronized Swimming team. If you are interested in joining the team, please see the Contact page for more information. Otherwise feel free to take a look around. On this site you will find team biographies, a meet schedule, team standings, a collection of useful synchro links and plenty of other information.

9. Synchro Canada - The Governing Body Of Synchronized Swimming In Canada 2k - Cached - Similar pages synchronized swimming Britannica Online EncyclopediaBritannica online encyclopedia article on synchronized swimming exhibition swimming in which the movements of one or more swimmers are synchronized with a

10. Olympium Synchronized Swimming Club
A competitive synchro club, incorporating crosstraining activities. Includes summary program information, photos, news and meet information.
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February 8 Bellvue Manor, Vaughn 2008 Provincial Championships February 15 - 17 Victor Davis Pool, Guelph OSSC Club Photo Day February 23 Etobicoke Olympium Olympic Lounge Trillium Recreational Figures Meet February 23 Jack Burger Sports Complex, Port Hope OSSC March Break Training Camp March 1 - 8 Las Vegas, Nevada Events Calendar Website designed and maintained by BDT Creat!ve
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As we embark on 2008, let us remember that EVERY new day brings new opportunities. Greet them with positive energy and renewed hope, and never underestimate your potential to effect appreciated change, for there is no challenge too great for those who have the will and the heart to make it happen!! Wishing each and every one of you success and happiness in whatever you undertake this year, and hoping that at the end of 2008 you will feel a sense of having lived your life to the full.

11. Synchronized Swimming - News - The Ohio State Buckeyes Official Athletics Site -
Includes news, events, archives, results, roster, statistics and schedules for the synchronized swim team. Located in Columbus, Ohio.

12. Synchronized Swimming Image Galery
Find photos of events and links to related sites. Amsterdam.
en-us I've got three nieces (Evelien,Charlotte and Margot) who are synchro swimmers with 'De Dolfijn' in Amsterdam. On these pages you can find some pictures of Synchro events in which my nieces participated. OK, I think it's fair to say that 'some pictures' is a bit of an understatement :), 'loads of pictures' is nearer the mark :D, anyway, enjoy!!! dutch synchro links De Dolfijn NL Synchro

13. United States Olympic Committee - Synchronized Swimming
The United States wrapped up competition today at the 2007 FINA synchronized swimming World Trophy Cup by claiming the silver medal in the free combination
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14. Home Of 2006 Fina Masters World Championships - Synchronized Swimming Schedules
synchronized swimming Schedules Swimming Booklet (850k) Open Water Booklet (828k) Diving Booklet (823k) Event Book (1.5mb)

15. - History - Olympic Synchronized Swimming Medalists
This document lists all Olympic synchronized swimming medalists. It is a page in the History section of, the largest collection of sports
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Synchronized Swimming Medalists
Synchronized swimming became an Olympic sport in 1984 with solo and duet competition. In 1996, they were replaced by a single team event. Duet competition was restored to the Olympic program in 2000. Top of page
Year Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score Candy Costie
Tracie Ruiz
, USA Sharon Hambrook
Saeko Simura
Michelle Cameron
Sarah Josephson
Miyako Tanaka
Sarah Josephson
Penny Vilagos
Fumiko Okuno
Not held Olga Brusnikina
Miya Tachibana Virginie Dedieu Top of page
Year Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score United States Canada Japan Russia Japan Canada Russia Japan United States Top of page
Year Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score Tracie Ruiz , USA Carolyn Waldo, CAN Miwako Motoyoshi, JPN Carolyn Waldo, CAN Tracie Ruiz-Conforto , USA Mikako Kotani, JPN Fumiko Okuno, JPN Joint gold medal awarded in October of 1993 because of a scoring discrepancy Top of page
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16. Wheaton College: Synchronized Swimming: Synchronized Swimming
Wheaton College synchronized swimming synchronized swimming.
Wheaton Hosted 2007 US Collegiate National Championship Wheaton Finished Eighth at 2007 Meet Synchronized Swimming home Coach News Roster ... Athletics Home DisplayPicture (10, "lg") News Headlines Story hired to head Wheaton synchronized swimming program (more) Montes represents Wheaton at US Synchronized Swimming national meet (more) Wheaton finishes eighth as host of third collegiate synchro championship (more) Upcoming Schedule 2-Feb Sat Canisius (NY) A 2:00pm
9-Feb Sat Wheaton Invitational H 2:00pm
16-17-Feb Sat-Sun Keuka Invit. A 2:00pm
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28-Apr US Nat'l Champ. - No Team Score
24-Mar Collegiate Championship - 8th
17-Mar ECAC Championship - 2nd 2008 Prospectus
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17. WATER BOYS Japanese Movie Review - J-Fan Cinema
Taku Water Boys , in short, is a comedy about a male synchronized swimming team. A group of high school boys, persuaded by their attractive new swim coach

18. What Is Synchronized Swimming?
Brief and Straightforward Guide What is synchronized swimming?
What is Synchronized Swimming?
ad_unit_target='mainAdUnit'; X Close this window Synchronized swimming, also known as pattern swimming or water ballet , is an Olympic sport that mixes swimming with ballet and gymnastics, and includes diving, stunts, lifts, and endurance movements. Synchronized swimming started as an organized sport at the beginning of the 20th century, when Margaret Sellers, a Canadian water polo player, developed the art of 'ornamental swimming'. The term synchronized swimming was coined later on by former gymnast Katherine Curtis to refer to her group of swimmers, later renamed The Modern Mermaids. In the 1940s and '50s, Esther Williams became a Hollywood sensation by performing synchronized swimming routines in a series of films. Women's synchronized swimming didn't become an Olympic sport until 1984, when both duets and teams of four to eight swimmers were allowed to compete. The sport is now ruled by the Federation Internationale de Natation Amateur or FINA. The US team holds world records for receiving a perfect score of ten 10s and for winning the most medals. Synchronized swimming has been the most successful American Olympic sport since its inception, as the US team has won gold or silver medals in each event. Requirements of synchronized swimming include wearing a noseclip and a hair bun, which is kept in place with unflavored Knox

19. Carleton College Synchronized Swimming Club
Located in Northfield, Minnesota. Includes history and news about the club.
Synchronized swimming at Carleton is meant to expose the campus to this emerging NCAA sport, allowing students to learn something new and get exercise in a fun and relaxed environment. Carleton's team, the Dolphins, comes from a wide range of backgrounds, some team members having done synchro since elementary school while some are just perfecting their ability to swim. The sport consists mainly of women competitors, but Carleton men do join the Dolphins to perform in their show each year. The Dolphins' two main priorities are competition and an annual show for the Carleton community. While swimmers of all abilities compete, competition is an option for team members able to make a more serious time commitment. Meets are usually held at other schools in the Midwest, and the Dolphins travel as far as Ohio to compete in the regional competitions. The annual show is usually extremely well attended, and offers an entertainment opportunity for the campus as well as affording respect and admiration to this little known sport. The team performs its competition routines as well as several show routines, including a co-ed number and a floating routine, both campus favorites. Synchronized swimming collegiate season falls during Carleton's winter term, but the Dolphins start preliminary practices in the fall, teaching basic skills to new swimmers. In the winter the practice schedule varies depending on whether or not a swimmer wants to compete, and on how many show routines she participates in. The Dolphins have pool time six days a week. The team practices in Cowling Recreation Center, and practices consist of swimming workouts, drills of synchro skills, and routine rehearsals.

20. NCAA Emerging Sports - Synchronized Swimming
Level of Participation (high school/college) Approximately 5000 studentathletes compete in synchronized swimming nationally; currently,
Synchronized Swimming
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  • Level of Participation (high school/college) : Approximately 5,000 student-athletes compete in synchronized swimming nationally; currently, more than 30 institutions offer competitive synchronized swimming programs.
    Number of Student-Athletes Needed : Twelve (ideally, though only one is needed).
    Estimated Start-Up Costs : Approximately $3,000.
    Equipment Needed : Sound system, suits, warm ups and training equipment.
    Facilities Necessary : Swimming pool.
    Number of Coaches Needed : Two.
    Annual Cost of Program (including approximate coaches' salaries) : Approximately $25,000 to $30,000.
    Funds/Grants Available : Matching funds up to $2,500 available from Synchro Swimming USA, with a further possibility of up to four years of matching funding.
    Typical Season (dates, duration): March through April (training in the fall).
    Remarks : Since 90 percent of all synchronized swimming participants attend college, recruitment opportunities appear plentiful.
    Key Organizations/Agencies Synchro Swimming USA President: Ginny Jasontek Emerging Programs Manager: Cathy Gower 201 South Capital Avenue Suite 901 Indianapolis, Indiana 46225

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