FINA World Junior Synchronised Swimming Championships

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The FINA World Junior Synchronised Swimming Championships is an international, synchronized swimming event organized by FINA held every 2 years.[1] It was first held in 1989,[2] and 2012 saw its thirteenth edition.

The event features competition in the four synchro event (Solo, Duet, Team and Free Combination). (Note: Free Combination was added to the event beginning in 2002.)

Editions[edit]

Edition Year Events Location Dates Nations
1 1989 S, D, T Cali,  Colombia July 17–23
2 1991 S, D, T Salerno,  Italy July 25–28
3 1993 S, D, T Leeds,  United Kingdom August 27–30
4 1995 S, D, T Bonn,  Germany July 20–23 28
5 1997 S, D, T Moscow,  Russia June 29-July 3 27
6 1999 S, D, T Cali,  Colombia July 7–11 15
7 2001 S, D, T Federal Way,  United States August 15–19 28
8 2002 S, D, T, FC Montreal,  Canada August 15–18 29
9 2004 S, D, T, FC Moscow,  Russia July 21–25 31
10 2006 S, D, T, FC Foshan,  China October 7–11
11 2008 S, D, T, FC St. Petersburg,  Russia July 8–13 26
12 2010 S, D, T, FC Indianapolis,  United States August 9–15 25
13 2012 S, D, T, FC Volos,  Greece September 12–16 33
14 2014 S, D, T, FC Helsinki,  Finland July 30-August 3 34
15 2016 S, D, T, FC Kazan,  Russia 9–13 July 34
16 2018 S, D, T, FC Budapest,  Hungary 18–22 July

Event codes: S= Solo, D= Duet, T= Team, FC= Free Combination

References[edit]

  1. ^ World Junior Synchro Championships page from the FINA website; retrieved 2013-08-09.
  2. ^ Bean, Dawn Pawson (2005). Synchronized Swimming: An American History. McFarland. p. 312.