Come and Try Synchronised Swimming in Karratha!

Thanks to our major sponsor SunSmart,  SynchroWA’s State Coaching Director, Briana Preiss will be heading to Karratha during the upcoming half term school holidays, to offer the chance to try Synchro in the Pilbara! Combining two open sessions with a coaching...

Gnowangerup Synchronised Swimming Club

Gnowangerup is a small farming community located in the Great Southern Region of Western Australia, approximately 150 kilometres north of Albany and around 350 kilometres south east of Perth. The Shire of Gnowangerup consists of three towns Gnowangerup, Ongerup and...

First Figures Competition of the New Season

The competition season kicked off on the 10th September, with our first Figures Competition. Around 40 athletes from Perth’s two synchronised swimming clubs, SupaNova and West Coast Splash took part and it was their first opportunity to perform FINA’s...

Thank you Koala Storage for your continued support!

SynchroWA is delighted to report the community support being offered by Koala Self Storage to the sport of Synchronised Swimming. SynchroWA is indebted to Koala Self Storage, O’Connor for their continued support. Brian Miller of SynchroWA said, “Minority sports...

2017 Australian Open

This Year’s Hancock Prospecting Synchronised Swimming Australian Open and Age Group Championships was hosted by Synchro Victoria over the Easter long weekend. Competing athletes, traveled to take part from Perth clubs, SupaNova and West Coast Splash, along...

World Series kicks off in Spain

Four Athletes from our two WA clubs headed to the Spanish Open last month to compete for Australia. Two returning Senior Team Members, Danielle Kettlewell and Aimie Thompson and two debut athletes, Jane Fuzynski and Kazia Zenke traveled to Gran Canaria in the Spanish...