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syn·chro·nized swimming(sĭng′krə-nīzd′, sĭn′-)
A sport in which swimmers, singly or in groups, perform dancelike movements often in time with music.
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(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) the art or sport of one or more swimmers moving in patterns in the water in time to music. Sometimes shortened to: synchro or synchro swimming
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a sport in which swimmers complete various figures and synchronized movements to music and are judged for body position, control, and the degree of difficulty of the moves.
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Graceful, rhythmic water sport in which swimmers match rhythm and mood to music. A womenonly sport.
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