Free team routine – CoPA team (Lola, Marisa, Natasha and Rachel): 8th
There were 67 competitors in the 12 & under age group and 179 competitors in the 13-15 age group. Dependent upon their figures scores, only the top 12 swimmers qualified to swim solo. There were a total of 18 clubs swimming in the team event. We are naturally very proud of our swimmers!
A fantastic day today for CoPA synchro swimmers as they took part in the 2019 Lancashire Synchro Championships at Palatine, Blackpool. It was a great first competition for a lot of our swimmers and CoPA scooped some amazing results:
Novice Figures: 🥉 Bronze: Amarah
12 & Under Solo: 🥇 Gold: Lola
13-14 Solo: 🥇 Gold: Natasha 🥈 Silver: Evie
15 & Over Solo: 🥇 Gold: Rhea 🥉 Bronze: Leah
12 & Under Duet: 🥇 Gold: Chloe and Lola
13-15 Duet: 🥇 Gold: Natasha and Evie 🥈 Silver: Rachel and Maddie 🥉 Bronze: Abby and Katie
15 & Over: 🥇 Gold: Rhea and Leah 🥈 Silver: Olivia and Nema
CoPA Combo: 🥇 Gold
CoPA Free Team:🥈 Silver
Thank you to all of the amazing coaches, judges and volunteers that helped make the day a success. Special thanks to our friends from City of Salford synchro club (who also got some great results) for competing with us and for being such great sports. Videos of the CoPA routines can be found here for logged in CoPA members.
It was a big day on Friday for CoPA’s synchro swimmers Chloe, Evie, Lola and Natasha as they took part in the synchro Beacon Games in Aldershot to represent the North West region. The girls were part of the North West’s Beacon Squad – the first stage of the England Talent programme for younger swimmers – and the regional team also included swimmers from City of Salford and Stockport synchronised swimming clubs.
The girls worked incredibly well as a team and their efforts were rewarded as CoPA swimmer Evie took a bronze medal for her individual score in the 13-15 age group category. The NW Beacon team also finished third overall with a score of 56.27, less than a point behind the overall winners, Walsall Beacon.
An outstanding effort and great result – well done to all our NW Beacon swimmers.