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SUPPORT USA SYNCHRO

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Thank you for your donation to the 1st Annual Give and Support campaign.  It will make a difference for the future of our sport and more importantly for our athletes.

The Give and Support Campaign is an annual fundraising campaign with the purpose of raising money to assist in paying our organization's regular, ongoing expenses.  Each year we will focus on an area that is critical to USA Synchro's current and future success.  This initial campaign will support our National Team, but future campaigns can and will include other programs.

Donations over $100 will have the option to make it in "honor of" or "in memory of".  Once payment is received the donor will have the option to have a card sent directly to the person, family or organization in which the donation was made.

Consider a donation level of Bronze or higher to be recognized once the campaign in complete.  Click DONATE below.

Donation Levels

President’s Club  $1,500+
Platinum Level
$1,000
Gold   $500
Silver
$250 
Bronze $100
Give & Support $75/$50/$25

Kevin Warner Judy McGowan
Executive Director President
USA Synchro USA Synchro

Read about one of our 2015 National Team athletes as she tells her story.

My name is Sarah Rodriguez.  I was ten years old when I first tried synchronized swimming. My mom dropped me off to practice with the Cygnets of San Antonio, Texas and I remember watching the older girls thinking, “man, this sport is so difficult, and I can’t do any of it.” That night when my mom picked me up, I got in the car and said, “I love this sport, and I want to be an Olympic synchronized swimmer.” 

Synchro combines so many of my favorite aspects of life- acting, dancing, swimming, gymnastics, performing, endurance, challenge, breath control, precision and repetition. Thinking I was just a little kid, excited and hopeful, my mom smiled and wished me the best of luck in achieving such a goal. Now, at nineteen years of age, I am a member of the Senior National Team training for the 2015 World Championships in Kazan, Russia and, ultimately, the 2016 Olympics. 

I have loved this sport for nearly a decade; I get out of bed every morning because I know what I’m fighting for, and am blessed enough to be part of a team of women who want to represent the US on the world stage- I have a dream and I won’t stop till I have done everything possible to make it a reality. 

Learn more about the 1st Annual Give and Support campaign here.