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USA Synchro Partners With City Of Riverside For National Developmental Training Center

16 Jun, 2013


National Teams to Train at Riverside Aquatics Complex This Summer

USA Synchro has announced a partnership with the City of Riverside, California, to create a National Developmental Training Center.

"We are very excited to partner with the City of Riverside. Athletes from across the country will be spending two months each summer learning from the best as they develop on the Road to the Rio Olympics and the 2016 Games," USA Synchro Executive Director Julie Fabsik-Swarts said.

"The Riverside Sports Commission, the City of Riverside, Cal Baptist University and various other institutions were critical in bringing our athletes to California. We thank them for their hard work in supporting the youth of the synchronized swimming community."

The U.S. Junior National Team will train at the Riverside Aquatics Complex from June 9 to July 31. The U.S. 13-15 Age Group National Team will train July 1-31.

"Riverside is going to be a great place for our Junior and 13-15 Age Group National Teams to train this summer and prepare for the UANA Pan American Championships," USA Synchro High Performance Director Myriam Glez said. "The city and its partners have worked very hard to provide us with the best training conditions."

The Riverside Aquatics Complex will host the eSynchro Age Group Synchronized Swimming Championships June 21-29. 

Click here for more on the 2013 USA Synchro Age Group Championships.

About USA Synchro: USA Synchro is based in Indianapolis and serves as the National Governing Body for the sport of synchronized swimming, appointed as such by the United States Olympic Committee. It is a membership based and not-for-profit organization which services the sport from the grass roots level to the National Team. The mission statement of USA Synchro is "to provide leadership and resources for the promotion and growth of synchronized swimming, to achieve competitive excellence at all levels and to develop broad based participation."

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