Men's Cup is the only world competition in synchro aimed by men. The event is biennial and has been arranged since 2005. Recent Gay Games, World Outgames and EuroGames included competitions for men's solo, duo and team formations.
History. Men’s Cup was initiated by the Czech synchro team Krasoplavci, after meeting Swedish team Stockholm Konstsim Herr during the Olympic Games in Athens 2004. Both teams were in Athens to show the world that men also can do synchro, the only sport in the Olympic Games where only women competed.
Rules. The Men’s Cup competition is according to FINA’s Master rules, plus the extra discipline known as Multi. Multi program rule is for teams doing only free routine. Multi is for minimum four swimmers, no upper limit of numbers of swimmers. Multi has no upper time limit, and swimmers are allowed to wear goggles, caps and full body suits.
Men’s Cup Challenge Trophy. The team who obtained the highest score from the free routine in either Team, Combination or Multi win the Men’s Cup Challenge Trophy. It is considered the highlight of the Men’s Cup.
1st.Prague 2005. April 16, 2005. Slavia Pool in Prague, Czech Republic For teams participated. Winners of the Men’s Cup Challenge Trophy were french team Paris Aquatique.
2nd.Stockholm 2007. September 22, 2007. Forsgrénska pool, Stockholm, Sweden Five teams from five countries. Winners of the Men’s Cup Challenge Trophy were Dutch team Upstream Amsterdam.
3rd.Milan 2009. April 11, 2009 . Piscina Cozzi, Milan, Italy Swimmers from 9 countries, including Japan and Ukraine participated. Winners of the Men’s Cup Challenge Trophy were German team Synchro Libido.
4th.Amsterdam 2011. April 23, 2011. Sportfondsenbad, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Winners of the Men’s Cup Challenge Trophy were Swedish team Stockholm Konstsim Herr.
5th.Paris 2013. May 18, 2013. Piscine Georges Vallerey, Paris France. Winners of the Men’s Cup Challenge Trophy were Swedish team Stockholm Konstsim Herr.
6th.Prague 2015. May 8, 2015. Slavia pool, Prague, Czech Republic The 10th anniversary saw for the first time in the history of Men’s Cup women in the competition, in mixed duets. Winners of the Men’s Cup Challenge Trophy were Czech team Krasoplavci.
At June 17th 2017, the 7th edition will arrive to Barcelona and it will be allowed mixed time ( where equal or more than 50% at team ) as mixed duets. Boys ( less than 18 years old ) will participate as pre-swimmers to show the future of men synchro.
Teams and clubs:
-  Swedish
-  Prague, Czech Republic
-  Milan, Italy
-  Amsterdam, The Netherlands
-  Brussels, Belgium
-  Barcelona, Spain
-  Barcelona, Spain
- [ @SincroPG ] Barcelona, Spain
-  Paris, France
-  Frankfurt, Germany
-  London
-  Kiev, Ukraine
-  Tokyo, Japan
- San Francisco