FINA Synchronized Swimming World Trophy

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The FINA Synchronised Swimming World Trophy is an annual, international synchronized swimming event, organized by FINA.[1] To highlight the beauty of synchronized swimming, this competition differ from other top-level international competitions: scores are given for the Artistic Impression only, accessories or equipment are permitted, etc. It was first held in 2006.[2]

For the event, 8-12 nations are invited to compete, based on their rankings from recent FINA World Championships and the Olympic Games.

Editions[edit]

Year Events Location Dates
2006 D, T, FC Moscow, Russia
2007 D, T, FC Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2008 DF, DT, TF, FC Madrid, Spain December 5-7
2009 S, DT, T, FC, SH Montreal, Canada November 27-29
2010 DT, T, FC, SH Moscow, Russia December 3-10
2011 DT, T, FC, SH Beijing, China December 9-11
2012 DT, T, FC, SH Mexico City, Mexico December 5-8
2013 DT, T, FC, SH Mexico City, Mexico December 5-8

Event codes: S= Free-Solo, D= Duet, DF= Duet-Free, DT= Duet-Thematic, T= Team, TF= Team-Free, FC= Free Combination, SH=Synchro Highlight routine.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Synchro World Trophy page of the FINA website; retrieved 2012-03-03.
  2. ^ HistoFINA, volume 9 published by FINA on 2009-07-01; retrieved 2012-03-03.