Synchronized Swimming in Spain
In the 20th century synchronized swimming was known as water battle. The first competition was in 1891 in Berlin, Germany. Synchronized swimming developed in Canada. Synchronized Swimming involves a team of swimmers that dancing, but in the water.To be a Synchronized swimmer you have to be able to stay under water for a long time.For synchronized swimming you can either do a solo, duet, trio, combos, or teams.The depth of the pool can be 1.2m and under from the edge of the pool. The pool has to be 12m wide and 25m long. The tools you need to be a synchronized swimmer is a pool, lane lines, and water. The leagues are the Olympic games,the world championships,and FINA sanctioned events.Synchronized swimming is mostly a women sport. Men are not allowed to compete in any compositions. Duets and teams are the only things that are allowed to be in the Olympic games.The sport has allowed men to comet in a compitione but not in Olympic games.Routines are scored on a scale of 100, with points for artistic impression, execution, and difficulty.
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