Photo courtesy of Sarah Nolette
The Gee-Gees synchronized swimming teams did exceptionally well at the McGill Invitational, and have high hopes for the new year.
The garnet and novice teams stood out with a second place standing, and the novice duet finished first at the tournament.
“We are always at the pool trying to perfect every little detail in our routine in hopes to be the best at every swim meet we attend,” said second-year Chloé Di Tomasso Massé.
In January, the team is travelling to Kingston to compete at the Eastern competition. Later in February, Nationals will be held at Carleton University.
“Our team plans to continue working hard so we can ensure a strong finish at the end of our season,” said Di Tomasso Massé.