USA Synchro Hires Olympian Anna Voloshyna to Lead Junior National Team

March 08, 2019, 5 p.m. (ET)

Anna Head Shot

Colorado Springs, CO. - USA Synchro is proud to announce the hiring of 2016 Olympian and 10-time world medalist, Anna Voloshyna, to lead its Junior National team.  

Voloshyna is a Ukranian native, who has been involved in synchronized swimming since she was 10 years old. In 2006, She joined the Ukranian Junior National team, and earned silver medals at the Junior European championship in 2009 in duet and team. 

Voloshyna earned her spot on the Ukranian Senior National team in 2010 where she competed until 2017. She has spent the last two years working with the Ukranian National team and other sportsmen as a coach and choreographer. Voloshyna said she is ready to take on the roll of coaching the Junior National team, especially as they transition to full time training in August. 

"It’s an incredible experience to work with a famous coach in Andrea Fuentes," Voloshyna said. "I’m looking forward to working with the junior team. I hope that together we will grow in a technique and artistry very quickly."

“We are thrilled to have Anna join the team," USA Synchro CEO Adam Andrasko said. "As the Junior National Team transitions to full time training her experience and leadership will help prepare many of our best athletes for success on the international stage.”

Voloshyna is married and has a daughter who was born in October of 2018. She has two west highland white terrier dogs.

 

From 2010 until 2017 she captured these honors and awards:

Honored Master of Sports in synchronized swimming

2010 - European Championship (Budapest), 3rd place (team, combination team)

2011 – European Cup (Sheffield), 1st place (combination team), 2nd place (team)

2012 - European Championship (Haarlemmermeer), 2nd place (team, combination team)

2012 – Qualification World Cup (London), 2nd place (team)

2013 - WorldChampionship (Barcelona), 3rd place (team, combination team), 4th place (solo, duet)

2014 - European Championship (Berlin), 2nd place (team, combination team, duet), 3rd place (solo)

2014 – Winner World Cup (Quebec)

2015 - WorldChampionship (Kazan), 3rd place (duet), 4th place (team, combination team, solo)

2016 - European Championship (London), 1st place (team), 2nd place (combination team, duet, solo)

2016 – Olympic Games (Rio), 4th place (team, duet)

2017 - WorldChampionship (Budapest), 2nd place (combination team), 3rd place (team, solo, duet)

2017 – Winner World Series (team, duet, combination team), 2nd place (solo)

2013 – 2017 The best sportsmen of the city (Kharkov, Ukraine)

2014 The best team of the year in Ukraine

2017 The best sportsmen and team of the year in Ukraine

2017 Awarded the Order of Merit by the President of Ukraine