Synchronised swimming is predominantly a women’s sport, in which judges assess the artistic values of a choreographic routine synchronised with music. Spectacular swimming competitions, described as water ballet, require suitable predispositions, many hours of intensive training, endurance and breath control. Synchronised swimming has been part of the Olympic programme since 1984.
The most important section of synchronised swimming in Warsaw is the Mazovia Synchro Student Sports Club, which trains medallists and champions.
In the photo members of the Mazovia Synchro Student Sports Club training in the indoor swimming pool in the Complex of Schools of Motor Vehicle Engineering and Secondary Schools No. 2 at al. Jana Pawła II.