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UANA Pan American Synchronized Swimming Championship Results, Photos and Recap

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to the Puerto Rico Swimming Federation who hosted the UANA Pan American Synchronized Swimming Championship and their swimmers who have moved up in the ranks from placing eleventh a very small number of years ago to finishing first overall at the championship. 

 

For the first time the competition included a full complement of Senior events; Solo, Duet, Team, Mixed Duet and Combination.  The younger swimmers were awed by the Seniors and will go away with a better understanding of where they are working toward.  It was exciting to see the World Championship Gold Medal Mixed Duet in the water and have their coach Chris Carver give a wonderful presentation on Transitions for the Coaches present.  Biill and Kanako were the demonstrators.

From Rose Cody our TSSC Chair from PUR

YES I  could not have done alone without the help of so many people I represent so many people that contributed to the success of this competition to all I am grateful; from the UANA Executive, TSSS members, 14 federations, 246 swimmers, the Organizing Committee, the volunteers, the judges, the UANA WEB Site, the cleaning ladies in the bathrooms, but must important are the heroes behind all this, my federation, Morgan, Isabel and Zuly who were there for me all the way as the best Organizing Committee I had ever work with and my TSSC who ran the competition without any hitch, the scoring table, Sue and Barbara, you all received a 10.  Rose received a special commendation during the Opening Ceremonies of the Championship with all her family in attendance.

We must thank all of the Organizing Committee lead by Isabel Martin, Zuly Garcia and Félix Calderon and all of the many volunteers that made the competition run like clockwork.  All of the many areas were covered from meeting to meals and from accommodations to transportation.  The facility is beautiful and there was enough space in the pool for everyone to feel that they had the best environment to compete.  None of this could have been done with out the assistance and support of the Federation President, Morgan Toro.

Our judges at work did a great job and helped the competition run smoothly.  To the left is Figure Competition.  Below is all who judged including some of the TSSC.

 

 

 

 

The swimmers were wonderful to watch.  Below are some snapshots of the Awards presentations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

13 - 15 Teams above and Duets to the right

RESULTS

 

12 & Under

13-15

Junior

Senior Tech

Senior Free

Figures 12 & U Summary
Figures 12 & U Detail
  12 & U Ranking by Figure

Figures 3-15 Summary
Figures 13-15 Detail
13-15 Ranking by Figure

Figures Junior Summary
Figures Junior Detail
​Junior Ranking by Figures

12 & U Team
Team Detail
Aggregate

13-15 Team
Team Detail
Aggregate

Junior Team
Team Detail
Aggregate

Team Tech Final

Team Free Final

12 & U Solo
Solo Detail
Aggregate

13 - 15 Solo
Solo Detail
Aggregate

Junior Solo
Junior Detail
Aggregate

Solo Tech Final

Solo Free Final

12 & U Duet
Duet Detail
Aggregate


13-15 Duet
Duet Detail
Aggregate

 

Junior Duet
Duet Detail
Aggregate

Duet Tech Final

Mixed Duet

Duet Final
Aggregate

Duet Final
Aggregate

Duet Final
Aggregate

Duet Free Final

Combo

Solo Final
Aggregate

Solo Final
Aggregate

Solo Final
Aggregate

12 & Under
1st - USA
 - 54pts
2nd - CAN - 50pts
3rd - COL - 46pts

13-15
1st - USA
 - 59pts
2nd - CAN - 54pts
​3rd - URU - 40pts

Team Final
Aggregate

Team Final
Aggregate

Team Final
Aggregate

Junior
1st - MEX
 - 54pts
2nd - BRA - 46pts
​3rd - PUR - 41pts

Senior
1st - ARG
 - 108pts
2nd - PUR - 76pts
​3rd - CRC - 34pts

 


Overall Winner - Puerto Rico - 172 Points
Second - Argentina - 148 Points
Second - United States - 148 Points