Canada first at Swiss Open

Canada sits first at the Swiss Open following the Team Tech event. Canada’s National ‘A’ Team put in a flawless performance and was rewarded for its efforts.

Canada is in first, while the team from China (Guindong) is second and the Swiss National team is third.

“Through the course of the week this team has made incredible strides from one training session to another,” said Canadian head coach Denise Sauve. “The girls were focused and put forth a great effort. The synchronization, energy, perfect patterns – they were all there at the right moment, that’s to say it was there during the performance for the judges.”

Canada’s National ‘A’ Team trains in Montreal, QC at the Centre of Excellence.

Canada will be competing in Combo tomorrow and the Team Free on Saturday.

In addition to Canada and Switzerland the competition also featured teams from
China and Australia as well as Swiss Club teams.

Results can be found at www.fsn.ch and the site can be translated using the Google
Translator located on the page. Please note detailed scores will only be available
after 10 p.m. EST, July 2, 2009.

Swimmers Competing at Swiss Open in Team
Cassidy Beaver-Nicol
Genevieve Belanger
Gabrielle Cardinal
Stephanie Durocher
Claire Friesen
Audrey Houle
Alison McKenny
Marie-Lou Morin
Catherine Powell
Lisa Mikelberg – Alternate
Alice Rijer – Alternate
Jennifer Knobbs – Alternate

Swimmers competing in Combo
Cassidy Beaver-Nicol
Genevieve Belanger
Gabrielle Cardinal
Stephanie Durocher
Claire Friesen
Audrey Houle
Alison McKenny
Lisa Mikelberg
Marie-Lou Morin
Alice Rijer
Catherine Powell – Alternate
Jennifer Knobbs – Alternate

National Team Coaches
Denise Sauve
Julie Sauve
Marietta Meng-Chen
Kasia Kulesza

Team Manager – Josee Dagenais

For more information please contact:
Lisa Wallace
Communications Manager
Synchro Canada
[email protected]
613-850-9533

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