#meetthecubs2018 will be helping connect students to the club at their school via historical overview of the club and its current programs and entries.
The University of Toronto Synchronized Swimming Team trains out of St. Georges Campus Athletic Center at 55 Harbord Street. U of T Synchro is one of the original members of CUASL – having been a member since this league’s official inception in 2001 and much before that.
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The Queen’s University Synchronized Swimming Team is a force to be reckoned with. As one of the league’s oldest participating teams, they have always had an incredibly strong showing in experienced team. They are known for their fun and creative routines.
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The University of Ottawa Gee-Gees Synchro team are our 2018 Top Overall Team Champions.
In the 2017-18 season, they took home both the Geraldine Dubrule Trophy for the top overall team, as well as the Novice Team Trophy for Top Novice Team.
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McMaster University Synchro Team, also known as “The Bad Girls of Synchro” have had a strong showing in the league since they joined. In the 2017-18 season, they entered both a novice and experienced team, and an experienced solo.
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The McGill University Artistic Swimming Team trains at the McGill Memorial Pool in Montreal. They are one of the only teams in the league who have varsity status from their university, meaning they receive a lot of support from McGill Athletics.
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In the 2017-18 season, Laurentian University entered a competitive team into the league. The team composed of Emma Cushnie, Colleen Daly, Candice Larochelle, Daniela Lobo, Lyanne Paquette, Alystra Riddel, Hunter Truong-Nguyen, and Cassandra Young, placed 10th in a tough field of teams at Nationals. The team scored 63.500 points. The team stood out for their amazing highlights and expressive swimmers.
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Lakehead University Synchro Team trains out of the C.J. Sanders Fieldhouse in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
In the 2017-18 season, Lakehead entered a duet into the experienced category, and finished an extremely strong 8th place out of 16 duets. Swimmers this year were Stephanie Bourrie and Raelyn Judge, and coached by Amanda Roberts. email@example.com.
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The University of Guelph Synchronized Swimming Team trains at U of Guelph in Guelph, Ontario. In the 2017-18 Season, Guelph entered 7 routines! We almost couldn’t keep track of all of them.
The Guelph Synchro Team has been around for quite some time and consistently places in the top 10 every year.
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The Carleton University Synchro Team is based out of the Ravens Nest at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario.
In the 2017-18 Season, Carleton entered an experienced team, two novice solos, an experienced solo, and an experienced trio. They also co-hosted nationals held at Brock University in St. Catherine’s, Ontario.
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The University of Calgary Dinos Synchro Club is based out of The University of Calgary in Calgary, Alberta.
The Dinos Synchro Club entered one experienced team into competition in the 2017-18 season, who placed 6th at Nationals with 69.6000. Swimmers on this team are: Bianca Chiacchia, Mickayla Jones, Breanne Law, Paige Martin, Kayla Pearen, Amy Schimpf, Victoria Schmeiler, and Alicia Van Hyfte. They were coached by Pam Larose and Madison Allen.
The Dinos Synchro Team can be seen working hard over the summer as well as showing off their skills as one of the top schools in the West. They host camps over the summer that focus on many different cross training activities, such as gymnastics at the UofC gymnastics centre, stand-up paddle boarding in Kananaksis, rock climbing, yoga, pilates, foam roller sessions, nutrition course, goal setting and psychological training as well as a visit from Dot Padget, who is one of our countries top officials!
Keep an eye out on this team for what is sure to be a strong showing in the 2018-19 season.