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USA Artistic Swimming wants to help connect you to the sport of artistic swimming through a club near you.

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To manage your Club's information in this online directory, the designated Club Representative should email memcoord@usaartisticswim.org.



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San Francisco Tsunami Synchro

San Francisco Tsunami Aquatics is a gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and straight-friendly masters-level club with both swim and synchronized swimming teams. From our groundbreaking debut in 1986, Tsunami has grown to be a club with six coaches and more than 200 members from the broader Bay Area community. We are proud to say that many of the team’s founding members are still swimming today! The team caters to swimmers of all levels, from highly competitive athletes to those seeking a social-oriented fitness swimming experience, and we welcome brand-new beginners! Through stroke clinics and individualized attention from our coaches, each swimmer can achieve his/her personal objectives with SF Tsunami. SF Tsunami is a member of International Gay and Lesbian Aquatics Organization (IGLA). IGLA’s purpose is to promote participation in aquatic sports by lesbian women, gay men, and friends of our community.

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Santa Clara Aquamaids

The Santa Clara Aquamaids is a non-profit, member supported Swim Club that has been producing world-class synchronized swimmers and Olympic athletes since 1964.

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Splash Synchronized Swimming

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Unsyncables

A Masters Synchro team with swimmers ranging from relatively novice synchro swimmers to national champions with a wide range of ages from 20 to 90. Club has approximately 40 active members coming together from throughout Southern California. The Club is always welcome to new members who are relatively strong swimmers and comfortable in the water. We have a program to help with synchro skills but we don't teach swimming. We are competition oriented with routines and practices geared toward the annual October Masters championship and the odd-year (2017, 2019, etc.) Worlds Masters FINA championship.

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Walnut Creek Aquanuts

The Walnut Creek Aquanuts (WCA) are highly acclaimed both Nationally and Internationally. They are 14-time National Champions and have won over 200 National and World titles. The Aquanuts consistently place athletes on the National Teams each year and are always a domestic powerhouse. The club, currently led by 2008 Olympian Kim Probst, now trains over 100 competitive athletes. Young girls are introduced to Synchro via our Try It Days and Trainee sessions held in the spring and summer. They also, conduct a skills camp in July, Week in the Creek, that draws synchronized swimmers from all over the world (including athletes with disabilities). They are also famous in the community for the elaborate annual Fall Swim Show that draws audiences in the thousands. Walnut Creek Aquanuts strives to develop elite athletes and those with a passion for the sport of synchronized swimming. The Aquanuts are a non-profit organization, committed to creating an environment that provides athletes with the opportunities to have fun and become team players and leaders who practice exemplary ideals of sportsmanship. WCA's goal is to nurture confidence, responsibility, commitment, compassion, and respect, in an atmosphere where dedication and reaching one's full potential is everyone's focus. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wcaquanuts/

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Westside Artistic Swimming

Artistic swimming team in West Los Angeles (established 2014) by Valerie & Alison Williams. Our year-round programs include Synchro Splash, Pre-Team and Competitive groups with an emphasis on developmental skills for all ages (6-15).

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