Synchronized Swimming: An American History
From novelty tricks in swim classes, through the Aquacades and movies, to the highly complex Olympic competitions--this history of synchronized swimming tells how the sport grew, examines the role the United States has played in its worldwide development, and describes the status of synchronized swimming in world sporting events today. Among the topics covered are competition development, development around the United States, rules and technical changes, and leadership (from volunteers to a National Office). Four appendices list major award winners, U.S. National Champions, the results of major international competitions, and U.S. participation in international events. The work boasts photographs from the first trial national competition in 1942 to the World Championships of 2003, as well as a full bibliography.
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1 The Beginnings
The Future of Synchronized Swimming in the 21st Century
Awards and Honors
US National Champions 19462004
Major International Championships 19552004
US Participation in International Events 19512004
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age group Alison Bartosik Anna Kozlova Athens Athletic Club award Bean Becky Dyroen-Lancer Becky Jasontek Canada Candy Costie Carolyn Waldo Carrie Barton champion coach College di›erent di‡culty duet and team figure competition FINA World free routine Gail Johnson gold Gundling indoor ISHOF Japan Jill Savery Jill Sudduth judges junior national Karen Josephson Kathy Kristen Babb Kristina Lum Linda Shelley Lisa Mary medal meet Mexico Michele Barone ming Miya Tachibana n.pg National Championships national team o›ered o‡cials Oakland ofthe Ohio State University Olga Olsen Olympic Games outdoor Pan American Games Pawson Russia San Francisco Merionettes Santa Ana Santa Clara Aquamaids Sarah Josephson score solo and duet sport stunts Synchro Swimming USA Synchro—Info Synchronized Swimmer synchronized swimming team event Team USA tion tional Tracie Ruiz USA Team USOC USSS Walnut Creek Aquanuts water ballet wins solo Women’s World Aquatic World Championships World Cup