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Aquanauts of Clear Lake

Aquarelles Synchro Club

The Aquarelles Synchro Club is a synchronized swimming program, established in San Antonio. We have trained coaches that develop recreational and elite swimmers in their athletic skills, rhythm, and team building. We are a non-profit organization that embraces three core values: respect, team spirit, and self-confidence. Our mission is to empower swimmers, kids and adults alike, to be passionate and confident in life through synchronized swimming.

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Austin Angelfish

Cygnets of San Antonio (CSA Synchro)

The Cygnets of San Antonio (CSA) was founded in 1964 by Margaret Swan (a U.S. Synchronized Swimming Hall of Fame inductee) and over the years generations of former team members have become coaches - including our current head coach Leah Wallace (whose mother Melodie Wallace is also a Cygnet alumn and former head coach). The team competes on a local, regional and national level and has competed at the USA Synchronized Swimming Junior Olympics since 1993. Team members range in age from nine to 17 years old. They attend schools from across the city of San Antonio and many are also on speed swimming teams and participate in various other extra-curricular activities and serve in leadership positions at their schools. The team practices one, three or four days a week depending on the age.

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Houston SynchroStars

Competitive Synchro club for athletes 8-18. 2 Time Regional champions, top 3 finishers at Junior Olympics's and Finalists at US Nationals. Train all levels of athletes Novice through National Team.

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North Austin Rivermaids

North Texas Synchronicity

We are the newest team in North Texas and offer Recreational and Competitive programs for swimmers 5-18 years old, and instructional programs for older swimmers. Our mission is to nurture a love for the sport of synchronized swimming in our team members, while promoting a culture that encourages sportsmanship, leadership, and personal growth. Whether our members are getting in the water at their very first practice or standing on the podium at the last meet of the season, our coaches and mentors are focused on helping each one develop to his or her fullest potential as athletes and as team members.

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Pirouettes of Texas

Established in 1985 by Patti Barton, the Pirouettes of Texas (PTX) is the oldest and most recognized synchronized swimming club in North Texas. Hailing from across the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, participants range from beginners to national-level competitors. Now led by Head Coach Soohee Shim, the team works to promote the sport of synchronized swimming through identifying and developing the next generation of talented athletes, and instill its members with confidence, discipline, sportsmanship and poise.

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University of the Incarnate Word

Founded in 2001, UIW is a Varsity Division 1 program located in San Antonio, TX. We have a championship culture not only in the pool, but in the classroom and in the community.

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West Houston Bluebonnettes

Our focus is on nurturing individuals as they grow, learn, and develop aquatic skills and team skills. Our focus is not on building elite-level athletes. Our club combines recreation, performance, and entry-level competition, serving mostly newcomers (pre-novice), novice, and intermediate synchro swimmers. Workshops and mini-workshops are currently the most common form of “classes” to allow individuals to enjoy the fun of learning without demanding long-term commitment.

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