Ravensong Synchro offers camps for all levels

The Ravensong Synchronized Swim teams have wrapped up their season and capped it off with a great showing at the Jean Peters Provincial.

The Ravensong Synchronized Swim teams have wrapped up their season and capped it off with a great showing at the Jean Peters Provincial meet in Kamloops.

Bringing home lots of awards after placing well, the synchronized swimmers will have a chance to be part of some camps coming up this summer.

Camps will be offered to both beginner and advanced athletes, with up to four weeks to choose from and camps running from Monday to Friday each day going from 3:30-5:30 p.m.  (advanced level) and 5:30-6:30 p.m. (beginner level).

“These progressive camps will allow athletes to challenge themselves,” president and secretary Heather Mahony said. “They can take their skills one step further than before, allowing them to enter the new synchro season looking polished and with skills they never knew they had.”

Anyone looking for more information can visit the Ravensong Synchro website at www.ravensongsynchro.com.

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