Thank you to our local Bunnings in Chatswood for giving us the opportunity to raise funds for our club. We raised over $2100 for our club.
Another big thank you to the parent and swimmer volunteers who came out. Lastly thank you to parents Dawn and Michelle for organising the event.
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The new designs are lightweight, comfortable and beautiful. Orders will be accepted for only a short time. Please be sure to get you order in as soon as possible.
Australia demonstrated a stunning free routine inspired by the flora and fauna of Australia. The routine highlighted emus, crocodiles, kookaburra and more. The National team has 4 more years until the next Olympics but we only have 3 weeks until our next competition.
The Sydney Emeralds are hosting our first annual figures competition on September 10th 1pm to 4pm at Monte Sante Angelo pool. Ask your coach about your specific schedule.
The Emeralds are hosting their bi-annual display on June 25th starting at 1pm at the Monte Sante Angelo Pool in North Sydney. There will be delicious baked goods available and the event is free! Hope to see you there.
Piggy and the Big Marn from the footy show joined our head coach Vicki and head coach Erika from the Aquamarines in the water for a synchro show down. The Emeralds encourage men to participate in synchronised swimming, but however we are going to recommend that Piggy and Big Marn stick to footy.
Good effort gentlemen, I enjoyed the shark move the best.
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This past weekend the Sydney Emeralds competed in Perth at the 2016 Hancock Prospecting Synchronized Swimming Australian Open and Age group Championships.
We are incredibly proud of our three junior swimmers, Erica, Kiera and Jodie, who qualified for the Australian Junior Team. They will be representing Australia at the Oceania Championships in Fiji and the World Junior Championships in Russia.
We are equally proud of our newer swimmers who have had very little to no competition experience at this level. Genevieve, Pam and Tasha your performances were outstanding. The results are below;
Kiera – 4th
Jodie – 7th
Erica – 14th
Kiera – 2nd
Pam – 31st
Tasha – 52nd
Erica & Jodie – 4th
Genevieve and Pam – 4th
Vicki and Susy – 3rd
Kiera – 1st
Tasha – 10th
Unfortunately, this competition also marks the end of our time with coach Bety (bottom left hand corner). Coach Bety, your passion and artistry in the pool is an inspiration to us all – thank you so much for your contribution to the Emeralds.
Congratulations to the 50 competitive and recreational swimmers that participated in the NSW state synchronised swimming competition. It was a lot of fun for everyone and the Emeralds wowed the judges in almost every category. The results are below, congrats everyone.
Recreational: Our recreational team
- Best Smiles: Sydney Emeralds – Little Mermaids, coach Susy
- Best Traveling: Sydney Emeralds -Saturday Intermediate, coach Amanda
- Best Execution: Sydney Emeralds – Precomp, coach Vicki
- Most Difficult: Sydney Emeralds -Friday Night Intermediate, coach Susy
- Best Execution & Best artistic Impression: Monday night adults team, coach Vicki
- 1st place – Kiera Gazzard
- 4th place – Tasha Lim
- 1st place – Erica Li and Jodie Ah Chong
- 2nd place – Pam Kurosawa and Genevieve Parsons
- 1st – Kiera Gazzard
- 2nd – Pam Kurosawa
- 6th – Genevieve Parsons
- 10th – Tasha Lim
- 11th – Nina Leeper
- 1st – Kiera Gazzard
- 2nd – Erica Li
- 3rd – Jodie Ah Chong