History

Aqualina SSC has been around since the 1980’s. Historically we’ve been a recreational club providing a fun way to socialise, learn new skills and keep fit. In the clubs recent history we’ve evolved into a competitive club and often score highly in regional and national competitions. This recent success has emerged due to the commitment from the club members and volunteers. All the volunteers and members work and train multiple times a week to achieve this success.

Training 

Aqualina work closely with the feeder club KS Swim School Synchro. All new starters to the club and sport will start their training with them. The KS Swim School starter sessions take place on Sunday mornings from 11.45am12-30pm at Monks Walk pool in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire.

Aqualina SSC Club Member

Designed for beginners, the KS Swim School club work on the basic skills and fundamentals of synchronised swimming. All swimmers get the opportunity to perform in displays to showcase what they learn in the club with choreographed routines to music.

Once the swimmers are competent at the basic skills and movements of synchro they will then be promoted into the main Aqualina Synchronised Swimming club; where there will be no more teaching but instead coaching. Once in the main club the swimmers will be coached to perform skills, figurers, solos, duets and teams. These routines will then get performed all year round at competitions and skills days. These competitions are a great way to increase confidence and gain experience in performing in front of an audience.