2002 FINA Synchronized Swimming World Cup

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The 10th FINA Synchronized Swimming World Cup was held September 12–15, 2002 in Zurich, Switzerland.[1] It featured swimmers from 12 nations, swimming in three events: Solo, Duet and Team.[2]

Participating nations[edit]

12 nations swam at the 2002 Synchro World Cup:[3]

Results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Solo
  details
Virginie Dedieu
  France France
99.167 Miya Tachibana
  Japan Japan
97.334 Anastasia Davydova
  Russia Russia
97.000
Duet
  details
Anastasia Ermakova
Anastasia Davydova
  Russia Russia
98.501 Miho Takeda
Miya Tachibana
  Japan Japan
98.250 Claire Carver-Dias
Fanny Létourneau
  Canada Canada
96.500
Team
  details
Russia Russia 98.833 Japan Japan 98.000 United States USA 96.501

Point standings[edit]

Place Nation Solo Duet Team Total
1 Russia Russia 118 174 192 484
2 Japan Japan 112 168 186 466
3 United States USA 104 156 180 440
4 Canada Canada 94 153 174 421
5 Spain Spain 98 138 168 404
6 China China 84 132 162 378
7 France France 96 126 138 360
8 Italy Italy 66 99 156 321
9 Greece Greece 54 90 150 294
10 Brazil Brazil 58 102 132 292
11 Switzerland Switzerland 62 78 144 284
12 Egypt Egypt 20 33 126 179

References[edit]

  1. ^ Results: 10th FINA Synchronized Swimming World Cup published by Omega Timing; retrieved 2012-03-04.
  2. ^ HistoFINA, volume 9 published by FINA on 2009-07-01; retrieved 2012-03-04.
  3. ^ Federations list from the 2002 Synchro World Cup; published by Omega Timing; retrieved 2012-03-04.