A BIG THANK YOU to all coaches, and parent volunteers who judged and photographed at the Mock Competition on January 31st!
Also, THANK YOU to family and friends who came out to support our athletes!
THANK YOU to Bruce and Jamie for sharing their Winter Watershow Pictures! Click below to view their albums!
CONGRATULATIONS to all TBSSC athletes who performed spectacularly at the 2015 Winter Watershow on December 6th!
We were featured on the front page and page A3 of the Chronicle Journal on December 7th! Check out the pictures below!
Thunder Bay Synchro and the Northwest Tobacco Control Area Network have joined forces this season to promote Smoke Free Sport. Our message has been posted on the televisions at LU, on the club bulletin board and on the Thunder Bay Synchro website.
With the use of nose plugs, straws and balloons, the girls simulated what it would be like to exercise if they were smokers. They also participated in an activity to “Freeze the Industry” and post their message using social media. The swimmers pledged to be smoke free and received a t shirt and swim cap with the message, Synch Don’t Stink, and Proud to be Smoke Free. Two of the high school aged girls will have the opportunity to participate in a full day youth workshop on April 24.
The Recreational swimmers will have the opportunity to take the pledge at the Spring Water Show. They will receive their t-shirts, from Liz Kreitner ( NWTCAN) and have a group photo taken.
Thank you to Liz Kreitner (NWTCAN), Craig Kuzmich for designing our logo,
Bruce Johnson for photographing the event, and Jeanette Johnson for posting our message on the club website.
Thunder Bay Synchro Season Calendar now available for digital devices!
The 2014 – 2015 TBaySynchro Calendar can now be downloaded directly to your Outlook, Calendar, iCal or whatever other calendar app. you use! Subscribe once and you will be the first to know of new TBaySynchro events!
Synchronized swimming athletes have the power of a water polo player, the endurance of a long-distance runner, the strength of a gymnast, and the grace and elegance of a dancer. Swimmers must synchronize their movements with their teammates and the music.They must be able to execute inverted, gymnastics-like movements while holding their breath underwater.They do this in an unstable environment, never touching the bottom of the pool!
Synchronized swimming is simultaneously graceful and physically challenging. It is a demanding sport presented as a beautiful art form.