Russia Claims Fifth Straight Synchro Team Gold

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Russia claimed the nation’s fifth straight synchronized swimming team gold medal this afternoon in Rio. The “Angels” free routine scored 99.1333 points. The team’s final score, including Thursday’s technical routine, totaled 196.1439 points.

Over three points behind was the team from China. Performing a “Finding Dragon” free routine, the team scored 97.3667 points today, for a final total of 192.9841 points and the nation’s second straight silver medal.

With a final score of 189.2056, and a 95.433 in today’s free routine, the Japanese took home the bronze.

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Photo Courtesy: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

1 comment

  1. avatar
    Hagar

    What has happened to USA Synchronized Swimming? I’m old enough to remember when the US dominated it. Are there any plans to get it on track again?