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Five Olympic Duets To Compete at Synchro America Open

Five Olympic Duets To Compete at Synchro America Open

RIVERSIDE, Calif. – Synchronized swimming fans will have a chance to see some of the world’s best duets compete in their final event before the Olympic Games when the Synchro America Open begins in Riverside, Calif., on July 14.

In addition to the U.S. duet of Anita Alvarez (Kenmore, N.Y.) and Mariya Koroleva (Concord, Calif.), 2016 Olympic duets from Spain, Canada, Great Britain and Argentina will compete at the Riverside Aquatic Complex at Riverside City College, July 14-16.

“This is a chance for fans to see incredible synchro athletes compete one more time before this year’s Olympic Games in Rio,” USA Synchro CEO Myriam Glez said. “We’ll have 12 Olympians who have also won numerous medals at the Pan American Games and World Championships over the years. It should be three great days of excellent synchro.”

Swimmers will compete in the following senior (15 and older) and junior (15-18) events: figures (juniors), solo, duet, team, mixed and combo (junior and senior combination).

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