Call of Interest for Trials-2019 Canada Winter Games Team

Call of Interest for Trials-2019 Canada Winter Games Team

 July 2017

Dear Team New Brunswick 2019 Candidates,

Synchro New Brunswick would like to put out a call of interest for those who wish to participate in trials for the 2019 Canada Winter Games Team. These trials will commence this competitive season and require discipline, dedication, and hard work.

To be eligible for the Canada Games, competitors must be 21 years of age or under as of December 31, 2019, and 15 years of age or over as of December 31, 2019 (Athletes born from 1998 – 2004). Note that “exceptional” competitors 14 years of age or over as of December 31, 2019 will be considered eligible by Synchro Canada.

Once we determine the number of athletes interested in trying out, we will send out a package with the details of trials as soon as possible.

This process will require a commitment of about 18 months of tryouts and training. It will be a hard and challenging year that will test your self-discipline, focus, and limits. It will also be a time that you will never forget and will give you some of the best memories of your life.

Should you decide to pursue this opportunity, please contact Emily and Ashley via email at nbsynchro2019@gmail.com no later than August 1st. We look forward to working with you as you embark on this unique and exciting opportunity!

Emily and Ashley
Accepting Applications for Canada Winter Games Manager

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Accepting Applications for Canada Winter Games Coach

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Appointment of Recreational, Provincial Stream and Recreational Coordinator

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Technical Director Position Available

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Simoneau and Thomas Advance to Finals in Duet Event at Rio Olympics

Simoneau and Thomas Advance to Finals in Duet Event at Rio Olympics

Rio de Janeiro, August 15, 2016 — Montreal’s Jacqueline Simoneau, 19 and Gatineau’s Karine Thomas, 27, have qualified for the finals of the Olympic Synchronized Swimming Duet competition at the 2016 Olympic Summer Games in Rio, Brazil. Starting early, swimming 6th of 24 teams, the duo produced a very strong performance today, according to Head… Continue Reading