|Training timetables and Programs|
|Monday Am||Claremont Pool||Location >>|
|Tuesday PM||Claremont Pool||Location >>|
|Wednesday PM||Claremont Pool||Location >>|
|Thursday AM||Claremont Pool||Location >>|
|Thursday PM||Melville Pool||Location >>|
|Friday AM||Claremont Pool||Location >>|
|Friday PM||Rockingham Aqua Jetty||Location >>|
|Saturday AM||Craigie Leisure Centre||Location >>|
A competitive synchronised swimming program is run by a club with the purpose of developing the swimmer’s skills to the highest possible level of excellence. Swimmers compete according to age group in routines and figures. Training for competition requires a commitment to a minimum of two training session per week for swimmers 12 and Under, to five or more sessions per week for swimmers training to compete at the highest level. Where numbers allow, swimmers can compete in team, and opportunities may be available to compete in solo and duet as well. Programming includes swimming fitness, strength and flexibility training, and routine dry land training.
SynchroWA offers the internationally recognised Canadian Star Program for swimmers wanting to participate in synchronised swimming just for fun. This structured 10 level program offers a progressive approach to the development of basic Synchro skills. It involves fun Synchro activities, basic Synchro skills and figures and simple routine sequences. Participants have the opportunity to be tested at each level and will receive a star pin and certificate if successful. The program typically runs according to the school term and involves one class per week.
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SynchroWA can assist schools to include synchronised swimming as part of its physical education curriculum. Contact SynchroWA for more information.