eSynchro Becomes Official Education Partner for USA Synchro in 2015
6 Apr, 2015
eSynchro, the popular online synchronized swimming educational resource, has partnered with USA Synchro for 2015 in multiple ways.
The partnership between USA Synchro and eSynchro will feature eSynchro as the "Official Education Partner," as well as the presenting sponsor for the newly named Synchronized Swimming Junior Olympics in June and the "Official Event Merchandiser of USA Synchro."
eSynchro will be on location at all 2015 USA Synchro Championships, selling education resources and event merchandise.
When asked about eSynchro, majority owner, Carol Valles said, "Believe in eSynchro! This has been thirteen years of intense work to provide the very best knowledge for coaching synchronized swimming."
"eSynchro is the leading synchronized swimming educational resource in the world and we are proud to be partnering with them to help better educate our members and clubs." said Kevin Warner, USA Synchro's CEO & Executive Director.
About USA Synchro: USA Synchro was established as a nonprofit organization in 1977, and is the United States national governing body for the sport, recognized by the International Olympic Committee, the United States Olympic Committee and FINA (Federation Internationale de Natation Amateur) - the international governing federation.
USA Synchro organizes, participates in, and promotes a variety of competitive events each year. These events begin at the local level and continue in the following categories: Senior (15 & O), Junior (15-18), Junior Olympic (19 & U), Collegiate and Masters (20+).
For more information on USA Synchro, visit http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Synchronized-Swimming.aspx, facebook.com/usasynchro and @usasynchro
About eSynchro: eSynchro's mission is to provide easily understandable scientific information for the improvement of synchronized swimming skills and training for the synchronized swimming community around the world. For more information on eSynchro, visit www.esynchro.com and facebook.com/esynchro