Everyone needs a little glitz and glam in their lives!

And the Emeralds provided just that at the Breakfast point country club last week. The girls wowed the audience in bright red suits and beautiful flower caps. The theme of the party was 1960’s summer fun.

The Emeralds performers train at the competitive level which is very technical and complex. The swimmers are required move very fast close to other swimmers  while holding their breaths. However, the summer 60’s performance was very different, it is all about recreating the classic style of the sport from over 50 year ago.  The first synchronised swimmer is in fact an Australian from Marrickville named Annette Kellerman.  The Emeralds didn’t have any swings or glass bowls but these pictures proved the Emeralds did justice to the original classic synchro style.



Feel free to message us if you are looking for synchronised swimmers to perform at your next event.



We are looking for masters Synchro athletes. Come and join us!


Sydney Emeralds is looking for new MASTERs swimmers!

Our Goal is put together a team of eight swimmers to compete at the FINA Worlds meet in Budapest in 2017.

Our team will train at the Cook and Phillip pool from 6pm-9pm on Wednesday nights with possibility of increasing our trainings on weekends. If you have synchro experience, are minimum 22 years old  and are looking to join a Masters team, we would love to have you!

Our training starts in Term 4, from Wednesday 12th October!

Please email our head coach Vicki Nagyova at sydneysynchroclub@gmail.com for more information.


The Olympics may be over, but our competitions are just getting started for the year!

imageAustralia 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.