Halle Pratt, from the Calgary Aquabelles, won gold on April 28, 2016, in the junior solo event at the Shiseido Canadian Open Synchronized Swimming Championships.
Pratt, also last year’s national champion, won gold with 161.5540. Andrée-Anne Côté, from Québec Excellence Synchro, claimed silver with 159.5537. Emily Armstrong received 157.3330 and, as a Regional Training Centre – Ontario entry, will share her bronze medal with Calgary Aquabelles club member Cassandra Winkelaar, who scored 152.6043.
Junior Duet Preliminaries
In the junior duet event, Andrée-Anne Côté and Camille Fiola-Dion, from Quebec Excellence Synchro, scored a combined score of 154.6098. Maude Jobin and Charlotte Maheu-Savard, from Montréal Synchro, came in second with 146.6160 while Taylor Laing and Natalie Neufeld, from the Calgary Aquabelles, are in third with 145.2130.
In open international competition, 2 junior duets from the Mexican Junior National Team earned very close scores of 151.7748 for Glenda Inzunza and Madison Lopez and 151.6795 for Karla Gomez and Ana Soto.
In the preliminary free combo preliminary round, the Mexican Junior National Team was awarded 81.5000.
Montreal Synchro took the lead in national competition with their routine that earned a score of 78.8667. The Aquabelles are in second with 77.6000, while Quebec Excellence Synchro‘s was awarded 74.5333 for third place.
Halle Pratt (gold winner)