A successful Synchronised Swimming Coaches’ Clinic was held in Bridgetown Barbados from December 5-9 at the Headquarters of the Barbados Olympic Association. The Clinic, organised by the Barbados Amateur Swimming Association to further develop resources for the maintenance and sustenance of Synchronised swimming on the Island, was ably conducted by Mrs Khadija Cutcher from Synchro Canada.
Ten participants were in attendance which included two participants from Trinidad & Tobago. At the conclusion of the Clinic participants commented that they had learnt a lot and in the case of Barbados will structure the local programme around information obtained from the clinic. The Participants from Trinidad & Tobago vowed to get the discipline going in that Country and will keep in close touch with Barbados for the necessary support.
Mrs Cutcher is pictured here in this photograph with the Participants.
From left to right standing: Victoria Coles, Monet Jerry-Lovell (T&T), Johann Jerry-Lovell (T&T), Marianne Browne,
Sitting from left to right: Morgan Browne, Khadija Cutcher (course presenter), Dana Sikkens. Missing from the photograph is Mallory Peterkin.