What is Synchro?

Synchronized Swimming, also called Artistic Swimming, is an Olympic sport that combines dance, gymnastics, and swimming. Together in teams, duets, or as a single swimmer, athletes perform choreographed routines set to music that demonstrate their strength, flexibility, aerobic endurance and synchronization. It is a challenging, but rewarding and beautiful sport.

Why Synchro?

A synchronized swimmer builds endurance, strength, power, speed, agility, and flexibility through balanced training. It takes years to produce a world-class synchronized swimmer, but swimmers at any level can enjoy and develop in our sport.

Our Programs

We have programs for athletes of various ages and differing skill levels. We have highly committed swimmers and families in our award winning competitive program, and we have recreational swimmers in our Novice/Intermediate program who loves synchro, working in a team and competing, but feels that the competitive program is a too large commitment. Start synchro by trying synchro in one of our summer camps or lessons pack.

News

August 13, 2018
Synchro Skill Summer Camp

The competitive program enjoyed two exciting weeks of summer camp. Our athletes had classes in music appreciation, flexibility, Zumba, interpretive dance, dance with a focus on hands and upper body carriage, presentation in the water, ligament routines, stroke correction and more.  

Each class was run by the following special guest coaches:

August 3, 2018
International Club Exchange

In July,  the Santa Clara Aquamaids 13-15 competitive program participated in an international exchange program as part of USA Synchro’s International Club Exchange (ICE).  Athletes from Santa Clara Aquamaids (SCA), USA, and Pays d’Aix Natation (PAN), France, formed a lifetime bond during two wonderful summer weeks. During the first week PAN visited Santa Clara and during the second week our athletes made an exciting trip to Provence, France. This international exchange is the third for the US Synchro’s ICE program and the first the for SCA and PAN.

June 21, 2018
Nikki Dzurko and Camryn Carrasco represents Santa Clara at Primorje Synchro Cup in Croatia

Nikki Dzurko and Camryn Carrasco are teaming up to compete in Primorje Synchro Cup, an
international Synchronized swimming competition held in Rijeka, Croatia, June 21-22, 2018. Nikki is USA National Champion in all events (Combo, Team, Duet and Solo) and Camryn is USA National Champion in Team and Combo and USA National Silver medalist in Duet and Bronze medalist in Solo. Both athletes will do one Technical routine, free routine in solo and duet, and compete in Figures as well as.

Recent Achievements

July, 2018
State Games
SCA became 2018 State Game Champion Team

Our pre-competitive squad went to California State Games to represent Santa Clara Aquamaids. This is the first away competition for our pre-compers and signals their transitions into our competitive program. The members of our squad participated in the Novice category fitting their age and all did a fabulous job! Congratulations to you all! We are very proud over your progress during this year in pre-comp.

Novice 8-9

Duet: Gold for Samatha and Sasha

Novice 9-10

Team: Our two teams took GOLD and SILVER

Trio: Noriko, Zoya and Jackie took Gold

Pre-Competitive
June, 2018
2018 Junior Olympics

Our 11-12 and 13-15 age group swimmers competed in Junior Olympics in Synchronized Swimming in Oxford, Ohio, June 22-30, 2018. You can view the action on here.

11-12 Age group

Our team took silver after a tight competition with Walnut Creek Aquanuts. Our duet with Gianna and Perry also took a silver.

13-15 Age group

Our 13-15 team took silver.  Some of the original members of this team did not participate in JOs, since they were selected to USA National team. The newly added members who needed to learn this winning routine in a few short weeks.

Age Group 11-12 - Age Group 13-15
June, 2018
Primorje Synchro Cup

Nikki and Camryn won all events at the Primorje Synchro Cup in Croatia they participated in. Together they won gold in both Technical and Free Duet. Nikki also won gold in Technical and Free solo as well as figures. Camryn placed third in Technical and Free solo. She placed fifth in figures.

Congratulations! An amazing achievement for two new duet partners!

Juniors