The moment Israel took synchronized swimming to a whole new level

by Chaya Cikk

Wow! Just wow! This is the moment that these amazing synchronized swimmers from Israel took swimming to a whole new level. Well done to these swimmers!

Synchronized Swimming

Synchronized swimming is such a cool looking sport. It requires some amazing water skills, great coordination, strength, flexibility, and precise timing. Personally, I am not someone who has these skills. So it is truly amazing to watch someone perform who has these skills. I am in awe.

How much practice do you think went into this performance? To get every movement right must have taken a lot of time and practice. The crowd at this game certainly seemed to be impressed with how well they performed. Just imagine trying to get every little tiny detail right. They can not be an easy task. Considering all the effort they put in they should have won a medal. Either way, they did an amazing job!

These games were held in Gwangju in South Korea. In fact, this was the 18th FINA World Aquatics Championship. The first games were held in 1973 and are now held every two years. These are Championship games that are devoted just to water sports. For example diving, swimming, synchronized swimming, water polo, and much more.


It is quite amazing to see Israel participate in sports championships all over the world, such as this one. Israel is such a young country. It is quite astounding to see how far it has come in such a short period of time. Israel is ahead in so many fields, such as science, medicine, technology, and many others.

Furthermore, Israel sends only the best athletes to sports events all around the world. For example, the Summer and Winter Olympics, Wimbledon, and the World Cup and many others. Finally, we wish all of these teams much success in whichever sports event and whichever championship they are performing in! Good Luck Team Israel! Let’s bring home some gold medals!

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