Adler School of Swimming & Music

NH47, Vadakkevila, Kollam,, Vadakkevila, Kollam - 691021

About Adler School of Swimming & Music

Adler School of Swimming & Music Adler School Of Swimming And Music in Vadakkevila, Kollam is one of the top Music Classes in Vadakkevila
Main Features

1.Renowned and Professional Music Tutors and Managed by Musicians
2.Coaching classes on all major musical instruments
3.Ease of Access and Peaceful Atmosphere

Synchronised swimming (renamed as artistic swimming since July 2017 by the global governing body FINA),[1][2] is a hybrid form of swimming, dance, and gymnastics, consisting of swimmers performing a synchronised routine (either solo, duet, mixed duet, free team, free combination, and highlight) of elaborate moves in the water, accompanied by music.

Synchronised swimming demands advanced water skills, requires great strength, endurance, flexibility, grace, artistry and precise timing, as well as exceptional breath control when upside down underwater. During routines swimmers may not touch the bottom of the pool.

Following the addition of a new mixed-pair event, FINA World Aquatics competitions are open to men since the 16th 2015 championships in Kazan, and the other international, national and provincial/state competitions allow male competitors in every event. However, men are currently still barred from competing in the Olympics. Both USA Synchro and Synchro Canada allow men to compete with women. Most European countries allow men to compete: France allows male only podiums, according to the number of participants. In the past decade more men are becoming involved in the sport and a global biannual competition called Men's Cup has been steadily growing.

Competitors show off their strength, flexibility, and aerobic endurance required to perform difficult routines. Swimmers perform two routines for the judges, one technical and one free, as well as age group routines and figures.

Synchronised swimming is both an individual and team sport. Swimmers compete individually during figures, and then as a team during the routine. Figures are made up of a combination of skills and positions that often require control, strength, and flexibility. Swimmers are ranked individually for this part of the competition. The routine involves teamwork and synchronisation. It is choreographed to music and often has a theme.

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