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Synchronised swimming

Synchronised swimming training scheme and Synchro clubs

The City of Leeds synchronised swimming club develops swimmers to compete at a National level with the City of Leeds SSC. Swimmers in the City of Leeds synchronised swimming club are also members of a feeder club, and they represent those clubs when competing regionally and locally.

Training sessions are held at the Aquatics Centre at John Charles Centre for Sport and membership is by open invitation and assessment. A swimmer can approach the club for a trial session at anytime throughout the year, and open trials for development and competitive squads are held every six months. For more information visit  www.synchroleeds.org

Clubs in the district have the opportunity to feed in to the City of Leeds Synchronised Swimming Club.

For more information and to request a trial with the City of Leeds SSC please contact the Synchronised Swimming Development Coach Sarah Speers

sarah.speers@leeds.gov.uk

Pudsey Pearls are based at Pudsey leisure centre and Aireborough leisure centre. They train: Friday 8.00pm - 9.00pm at Aireborough leisure centre and Sunday 6.00pm–8.30pm – (6.00pm–7.00pm stretching) at Pudsey leisure centre

Preferred standard:
National Plan Stage 8 AquaFun, Stage 8 National Teaching Plan (swimming) or equivalent Leeds Dolphin swimming certificate.  For more information visit www.pudseypearls.org

All clubs are Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) affiliated.  Pudsey Pearls compete at local, regional and multiregional competitions, the City of Leeds synchronised swimming club compete at national events only.

Details of aqua fun can be found on the related pages below

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