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Making Waves in Puerto Rico
The camp started 2 weeks ago and ends tomorrow, which will allow the athlete’s a brief return home before they head out to the games, where the Synchronized Swimming events run from July 25th through the 28th.
The camp in Puerto Rico allowed the Team to simulate an environment comparable to that of the Games in Rio. They have received some intensive, off-shore training that will ensure they will achieve Pan Am podium performances.
Canada’s Duet of Marie-Pier Boudreau-Gagnon and Isabelle Rampling placed first at last year’s Commonwealth Games in Australia, and they are looking to add another Gold Medal to their collection.
With only one day left, Head Coach Isabelle Taillon reports that the camp is “going great,” and adds that “the Team has worked very hard and I am confident they will achieve optimal performance at the games.”
Come support our National Team at their Pan Am Send-Off Show: Friday July 6th, at the Olympic Stadium Pool in Montreal. Admission is free, but 100% of all donations collected will go to support Synchro Canada’s high-performance programs, and a long way towards helping our National Team athletes reach the podium in International Competition.
For more information please contact:
Matt Morrow, Communications Synchro Canada
613-748-5674 ext. 224
For more information on Synchro Canada please visit www.synchro.ca
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