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Welcome TeamBath Synchro Club!

We are very excited to welcome a new club to the Somerset family.  TeamBath Synchro Club has recently been formed at the University of Bath and currently offers the opportunity for those aged 16 and over in higher education to be able to continue their sport. Further information about the club and its aims are detailed below.  Please pass the following details to any of your members who may be interested.

TeamBath SynchroDear Synchro Managers, Coaches and Committees around the UK

As some of you might have heard, TeamBath Synchro Club has recently opened at the University of Bath. Whilst you are reading this, please bear in mind that this project has the aim to give the right to its athletes to continue their sport alongside their higher education. This is why we are looking for long-term collaborations with all the community clubs around the country because this would give more continuity to the work started by the clubs to a further level. Hence, the work started from you would not be in competition with ours. Instead, it would be perpetuated and refined.  

We would really appreciate if you could spread this out, and potentially direct some of your athletes that might be interested in joining us from September 2017, both recreationally and competitively. This could also be considered as a boosting project for creating something similar in other university centres so to expand our synchro community around the country.  

TeamBath Synchro Club

If you are applying to University in the near future you will be interested to know that the University of Bath has recently opened a new ASA registered synchronised swimming club based at the University’s Sports Training Village where the facilities include:
  • London 2012 Olympic Legacy 50m pool
  • High performance and general fitness gyms
  • Many indoor and outdoor pitches
  • Three large sprung-wood sports halls
  • Physio treatment areas and sport science labs
Using the facilities, the club aims to offer a complete training programme to ensure athletes reach their full potential within a professional but friendly atmosphere, whilst receiving a world class education. TeamBath will support swimmers’ home clubs by offering training during term time. The club already has members ranging from complete beginners to England and GB training squad members, and intends to compete both competitive and recreational teams from 2017. This will include competing in the English Champs, British Masters and European Open Events. The club will ensure all members have pathways available to them to become coaches, assessors and judges. 

The club has open membership for swimmers from 16 years of age so if you, or anyone you know, are considering studying at the University of Bath, Bath Spa University, Bath College, or even simply live within travelling distance, please do not hesitate to contact us.  Additionally, we have been developing further collaborations with TeamBath Futures for athletes under the age of 18. This program is aimed at providing the highest level of care and service in order to develop good athletes who wish to participate in sporting/physical activity throughout the entirety of life. Again, contact us for further information. 

Your potential collaboration with us would not simply make a difference to your athletes' career and experience. Most importantly, this trend could define the beginning of a new, dramatic change on British Synchro future by making our national representatives much more competitive at an international stage in particular, thanks to the opportunity of carrying on such sport over the age of 18.

For further information:

Email teambathsynchro@gmail.com 
Website  http://www.teambathsynchroclub.com/
Facebook page TeamBath Synchro Club https://www.facebook.com/TEAMBATHSYNCHRO/ 
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Ilaria Brandimarte
Chairman of Team Bath Synchro Club


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Published
16.12.2016