Olympicswater: OLYMPICS 2012: Synchronised Swimming

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Olympics 2012 in infographics - Synchronized swimming via Nickles Valk Chuah Guardian

The sport demands great core strength and endurance as well as grace, artistry and flexibility. It also requires remarkable breath control and lung capacity, with swimmers remaining underwater for up to 60 seconds at a time.

London 2012 Olympics: synchronised swimming guide

Read Telegraph Sport's guide to the synchronised swimming event at the London 2012 Olympics.

Olivia Federici and Katie Clark - Synchronised Swimming

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synchronized swimming. too much love.

I love this picture. Synchro is awesome. Why isn't this sport more broadcasted in the olympics?

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Beginner's Guide to Synchronized Swimming

The Perfect Beginner's Guide to Synchronized Swimming

Synchronized swimming is often mocked, and some even doubt it as a 'real' sport―those folks have obviously never tried it. It's a heck of a workout, and requires immense core strength and stamina.

Japan's Chisa Kobayashi and Japan's Yukiko Inui, synchronized swimming,  London Olympics

Our Favorite Photos From the London Olympics

London 2012 Olympics: Japan's Chisa Kobayashi and Japan's Yukiko Inui compete in the duets free routine preliminary round during the synchronized swimming competition at the London Olympic Games on August Photo: Francois Xavier Marit/AFP/GettyImages

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