USA's Synchro AWD to make history in Japan!

During the week of May 5th, several of our Synchro AWD Ambassadors from USA, Taiwan and Brazil will be joining over 250 swimmers from Japan to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Para Synchro in Japan. The last time Japan extended an invitation to international swimmers with disabilities was in 2006, when Synchro Canada's Kristen Hayes participated in the Para Synchro Exhibition & Festival. Coach Morita, Director and Co-founder of the JSSA (Japanese Synchronized Swimming Association) for people with disabilities has put together a training clinic, festival and exhibition every 4 years for the past 25yrs. The event has been given formal recognition by the Japan's Prime Minister's Office. Last

Introducing: The 1st New Adapted Synchro Club in the USA!

Last month, Bay Area Synchro made 'history' by being the first club ever developed primarily for athletes with disabilities and special needs. Hosted by the Synchro AWD advocacy organization, Bay Area Synchro is 'different' in that they are an active club to offer 'adapted synchronized swim training'. No other club or team in the USA has ever offered this. What we do know, is that in the past 107yrs, there have been MANY synchro AWD and special needs swimming around the World with teams and clubs, but NONE of those were ever developed for the AWD in mind, especially none that we could find in the USA. The story of synchronized swimming began in early 1900's when Aussie Annette Kellerman came

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