The second day of the Russian Synchronised Swimming Championships in Kazan concluded with a free routine event. Team Moscow-3 performed the best.
The group included Alena Bakay, Alexandra Prudius, Violetta Evenko, Ekaterina Kossova, Elizaveta Minaeva, Diana Mirgazizova, Elizaveta Polyakova, Alena Solomina, Antonina Bazlova, Ekaterina Gromova, Ksenia Karnaeva, Anisiya Neborako. They scored 94.8000 points.
The winning team presented a new performance that tells the story of Jesus Christ’s way. Preparations for it began in March, but because of quarantine, training in the pool was not carried out for a long time. As Diana Mirgazizova said, after quarantine, the athletes managed to quickly get back in shape, although it was not easy to recover. “We haven’t seen our performance yet, but since the coach is happy, then we are also happy,” she said.
The second place in the free routine with a score of 92.9667 points was taken by the team of the Moscow Oblast: Darya Bokova, Svetlana Denisova, Alina Mantulenko, Anastasiya Romanchuk, Anna Sokolova, Darya Fomina, Svetlana Khodyreva, Evelina Shevlyakova, Kristina Averina, Arina Timchenko and Anastasiya Shmelkova.
Synchronised swimmers from the Moscow team won bronze medals: Anastasiya Klimkova, Elena Kulenkova, Viktoria Noskova, Maria Tishkova, Ksenia Khudyakova, Alisa Shashkova, Ekaterina Shilkina, Kristina Eliasyan, Darya Kirsanova, Varvara Kreopalova, Alena Matvienko and Anna Nazarova. They got 92.3333 points from the referees.
The overall standings were topped by the group of the Moscow Oblast, which scored 183.0871 points for technical and free routines. The Moscow team took second place (182.8315 points). Team St. Petersburg-1 was the third (179.8065 points).
Press office of ANO “Directorate for Sports and Social Projects”