Andrée-Anne Côté, from St-Georges, QC, and Camille Fiola-Dion, from Rimouski, QC, won gold on April 29, 2016, in the junior duet event at the Shiseido Canadian Open Synchronized Swimming Championships.
The pair from Quebec Excellence Synchro in Quebec City earned their highest routine mark of the season – 80.2000 – for a combined score of 155.2765. Maude Jobin and Charlotte Maheu-Savard, from Montreal Synchro, won silver with 148.0493. Stefanie Dickinson and Luiza Vasylyeva from Vancouver Pacific Wave won bronze at 146.9570.
In open international competition, Glenda Inzunza and Madison Lopez, competing for Mexico, won silver with 79.9333 and a combined score of 153.1748.
Senior Solo Free Finals
In the senior solo free finals, Ioana Gheta, from Synchro Laval won gold with 76.4000. Brooke Brimo, from Montreal Synchro, won silver with 75.1667 while Breanne Law, from the Calgary Aquabelles, received 73.5667.
Multiple junior solo national champion Clare McGovern, from Toronto, entered the competition as an independent and was awarded the highest score of the event, 81.2000, to earn gold.
In the senior team technical event, Quebec Excellence Synchro earned gold with a score of 70.3640.
Junior Team Preliminaries
In the junior teams preliminary round, the Calgary Aquabelles took the lead with a score of 153.3514, ahead of Regional Training Centre – Ontario at 151.6191 and Québec Excellence Synchro with 149.2225. Montreal Synchro follows closely with 148.1196.
In open international competition, Mexico took second with a combined score of 153.3308.
Andrée-Anne Côté and Camille Fiola-Dion (gold winners)