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We Trained With Olympic Synchronised Swimmers!

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Date 11.06.2022
Duration 17 Minutes 45 Seconds
Author Global Triathlon Network
Description GTN joined Kate Shortman and Izzy Thorpe from the GB Artistic Swimming team for a day of their intense training, from gym work to flexibility and pool work. Mark and Heather even got the chance to show what they were made of and perform their routine - how well do you think they got on?
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