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Sports Canada picks up gold, bronze at artistic swimming World Series Super Final

07:50  11 june  2021
07:50  11 june  2021 Source:   cbc.ca

Canada's Jacqueline Simoneau golden again at artistic swimming Super Final

  Canada's Jacqueline Simoneau golden again at artistic swimming Super Final Canada grabbed another pair of medals at the artistic swimming World Series Super Final on Friday in Barcelona, Spain. Canada grabbed another pair of medals at the artistic swimming World Series Super Final Jacqueline Simoneau won her second straight gold medal, taking top spot in the women's free solo event, while the Canadian team matched Thursday's technical bronze in its free swim on Friday. Simoneau, of Saint-Laurent, Que., earned a season high-score in the free event at 92.1.

Coming off a strong training camp in Spain, Canada ’s Artistic Swimming team is ready to take part in its first in-person competition in over two years at the upcoming 2021 FINA Artistic Swimming World Series (ASWS) Super Final . The event, which will also serve as the Olympic Qualification Tournament, will be The Olympic Qualification Tournament, originally to be held in Tokyo before it was cancelled, was recently added to the competition schedule. As a result, a strong field of athletes from 28 different countries who will go head-to-head to determine final World Series rankings, and also to decide who

Gold medalists of Canada , center, silver of Mexico, left, and bronze of the United States, listen to Canada 's national anthem after the finals of team competition free artistic swimming at the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, Wednesday, July 31, 2019. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo). And, like most of the major tech offerings these days, it’s happening in New York.There are three big reasons that explain why the U.S. is a better pick for the e-tailer backed by SoftBank Group Corp.’s Masayoshi Son. Perhaps most significantly, New York offers a considerable valuation premium.

a person swimming in the water: Canada's Jacqueline Simoneau, seen above in 2019, won gold in the solo technical event at the artistic swimming World Series in Barcelona on Thursday. © Mark Baker/The Associated Press Canada's Jacqueline Simoneau, seen above in 2019, won gold in the solo technical event at the artistic swimming World Series in Barcelona on Thursday.

Canada was on the podium twice at the artistic swimming World Series Super Final on Thursday in Barcelona, Spain.

Jacqueline Simoneau, of Saint-Laurent, Que., took top honours in the solo technical event with a season-high score of 90.4573. The 24-year-old won her fifth gold medal of the year swimming to music by fellow Canadian Michael Bublé.

By landing atop the podium, Simoneau assured Canada would finish the season in first place for the solo events. The U.S. clinched second.

Claudia Holzner among 8 artistic swimmers nominated to Canada's Olympic team

  Claudia Holzner among 8 artistic swimmers nominated to Canada's Olympic team Claudia Holzner and Jacqueline Simoneau are among eight artistic swimmers nominated to compete at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. On Wednesday, Canada Artistic Swimming and the Canadian Olympic Committee announced that Emily Armstrong (Toronto), Rosalie Boissonneault (Drummondville, Que.), Andrée-Anne Côté (St-Georges, Que.), Camille Fiola-Dion (Rimouski, Que.), Claudia Holzner (Calgary), Audrey Joly (St-Eustache, Que.), Halle Pratt (Calgary), and Jacqueline Simoneau (Saint-Laurent, Que.) were announced as the eight swimmers nominated to compete at the Games.

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At the first-ever FINA Artistic Swimming World Series Super Final , Canada picked up a trio of bronze medals in Budapest, Hungary on Friday. Jacqueline Simoneau and Claudia Holzner paired up for the first medal of the day, a bronze in the duet technical event. Their routine was given a score of She finished in third with 83.5809 points. Spainard Ona Carbonell (90.8142) won the golf while Ukraine’s Marta Fiedina claimed the silver (90.6254). Jacqueline Simoneau of Canada performs in the synchronized swimming solo of FINA Artistic Swimming World Series Super Final in Duna Arena


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Meanwhile, Canada also won bronze in the technical team event with a score of 88.9380. Italy won gold at 90.7917 while Spain snagged silver with 90.5506 points. The event also serves as an Olympic qualifier, with three spots still up for grabs.

But Canada already booked its ticket to Tokyo in both Olympic artistic swimming events, women's team and women's duet, by winning gold at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru.

Simoneau is among eight swimmers who were recently nominated for the Canadian Olympic team.

The Olympic event will take place from Aug. 2-7 at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre.

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