Artistic Swimming

Synchronised swimming, referred to by international governing body FINA as artistic swimming since 2017, is a hybrid form of swimming, dance, and gymnastics, consisting of swimmers performing a synchronised routine (either solo, duet, trio, mixed duet, free team, free combination, and highlight) of elaborate moves in the water, accompanied by music. Artistic swimming is governed internationally by FINA, and has been part of the Summer Olympics programme since 1984.

Synchronised swimming demands advanced water skills, requires great strength, endurance, flexibility, grace, artistry and precise timing, as well as exceptional breath control when upside down underwater.

Competitors show off their strength, flexibility, and aerobic endurance required to perform difficult routines. Swimmers perform two routines for judges, one technical and one free, as well as age group routines and figures. Synchronized swimming is both an individual and team sport. Swimmers compete individually during figures, and then as a team during the routine. Figures are made up of a combination of skills and positions that often require control, strength, and flexibility. Swimmers are ranked individually for this part of the competition. The routine involves teamwork and synchronisation. It is choreographed to music and often has a theme.

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Necessary Information


At the turn of the 20th century, synchronised swimming was known as water ballet.


Records of Artistic Swimming


Synchronized swimming is played in a specially designed pool and pool must be clean

Rules and Regulations

Synchronized swimming, based on the huge majority alone, is mostly a woman’s sport.

Injury & Medical Advice

Swimming is often recommended as a low-impact exercise to benefit to health issues.


Rules for both of these competitions are same except for no. of events each meet allow

Talent Search Program

Talent Search Program of Artistic Swimming


Training of Artistic Swimming


Individual nutrition requires training load, specific athlete needs, training goals,

Personality Development

Personality Development of Artistic Swimming