Synchronized swimming is a unique sport that involves strength, endurance, flexibility and teamwork.
The Markham Synchro Club, founded in the 1970's is recognized as one of the top synchronized swimming clubs in Ontario. Our quality Recreational and Competitive programs are delivered by a highly qualified and professional coaching staff.
Our club is a private, non-profit, swim program serving athletes ages 5 and up from Markham, Thornhill, Richmond Hill, Stouffville, Newmarket, Aurora, Vaughan and North York area. The club is run by our executive members who are the parents or guardians of the athletes in the club. The executive positions are President, Treasurer, Secretary, Registrar and Head Coach. The focus of the program is to promote long term youth sport participation and promote healthy development in youth.
Our programs include:
- Recreational programs: An introduction to the basic skills and the sport of synchronized swimming, one hour per week for nine weeks. There are three recreational sessions throughout the season.
- Mini Synchro: Year-round introduction to the competitive level for swimmers under 8 years of age. This program runs twice a week, one hour each class.
- Novice Synchro: Year-round introduction to the competitive level for swimmers 9 and up. This program offers two options: once a week for two hours or twice a week for two hours. This group participates in local novice competitions.
- Competitive: Year round programs with practice schedules that vary based on level from 6 to 14 hours per week. Our competitive athletes compete both provincially and nationally.
(For more information on our programs visit our Program section in this website)
The Markham Synchro Club is a group that allows young women an opportunity to participate in the sport of Synchronized Swimming. The sport is a combination of athletics, dance, teamwork and poise. The sport can be fully participated by the physically and cognitively challenged.
- To increase participation in youth sports and recreation programs.
- To increase participation in synchronized swimming for all.
- To align our programs with the Long Term Athlete Development and Canadian Sport for Life Models.