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Swimming - 27. May 2007.

Saturday Filled with Finals at 2007 Espoir Championships



Today’s action at the 2007 Espoir Synchronized Swimming Championships saw the finals in most categories, including both the Tier 6 15 & Under and 16 & Over competitions.
Toronto’s Olympium Synchro won the 15 & Under category while the neighboring York Synchro Club took home the gold in the 16 & Over Team competition.

The Solo competition for both age groups belonged to Montreal Synchro, whose athletes Camille Thuot and Alexandra Lussier won the 15 & Under and 15 & Over competitions respectively.
Fredericton UNB Synchro scored a big win for the host province by placing first in the Select Team finals. Coach Kathy Welock said that “it wasn’t totally unexpected,” adding that “we never know what will happen. We just hope for the best.”

Tomorrow morning features more Fredericton UNB swimmers as Kate Stymiest and Erin MacDougall will try to get another win for their club in the 16 & Over Duet finals as they are hot on the heels of Montreal Synchro’s Tracy Chedraoui and Alexandra Lussier after the preliminary round.

The Espoir championships will then close with the Award ceremony followed by a dazzling Gala Watershow.

For complete event results be sure to visit: http://www.synchro.ca/e/events/results.php#07EspoirChamps
For photos from the Espoir Championships please visit
http://www.synchro.ca/webgallery/07Espoir/index.php
For more information please contact:
Angela Kippers, Media chair, Saint John Surf City Synchro representative 506-645-3259, 506-672-0976 kippers.angie@primus.ca
Matt Morrow, Communications Synchro Canada
613-748-5674 ext. 224
communications@synchro.ca
For more information on Synchro Canada please visit www.synchro.ca


Un samedi plein de finales au Championnat Espoir 2007
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